Traveler Resource Center
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Travel can be turbulent. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, global travel guidelines are consistently changing, making it hard to know what to expect. TripIt is here to help you stay as informed as possible. We’ve gathered a collection of resources—from public health and safety advisories to cancellation policies and new travel guidelines—to help you make the best decisions for your next trip.
Public Health and Safety Advisories
Travel guidelines are updating frequently, making it difficult to keep up with the latest rules and regulations. Get updates from public health and safety officials here.
Travel Provider Guidelines
How are travel providers handling cancellations, refunds, and credits due to COVID-19? What changes should you expect to health and safety procedures from airports, airlines, hotels, and others the next time you travel? Find the information you need to understand and manage new travel policies here.
Hotels & Accommodations
Many hotels are updating everything from cancellation policies to health and hygiene standards. Here’s what to expect from major hotel providers.
Know Before You Go
These travel resources can help you prepare for the unexpected before your next big trip.
General Precautions to Take When Traveling
Take a look at advice from the World Health Organization to see your responsibilities as a traveler.
Insurance, vaccines, required documents, and more. Check the boxes with the U.S. State Department’s Traveler Checklist.
Contact Information for Foreign Embassies & Consulates
This contact list from the U.S. State Department can help if you find yourself in an emergency in another country.
Re-open EU Interactive Tool
Find information needed to stay healthy and safe traveling in Europe with this interactive map.
Travel Tips and Trends
Get travel tips and tricks from frequent travelers and industry experts.
Travel has Changed: Here’s How TripIt Kept Up
Over the past year, TripIt has introduced a series of new features and enhancements that put health and safety front and center for travelers.
What to Know About Digital Health Passports
While requiring proof of vaccination for travel isn’t a new concept, regularly sharing health-related information will be a change for many travelers. Here’s what you need to know.
Set Your Personal Risk Level with TripIt Neighborhood Safety Scores
Everyone has a different comfort level when they travel. To help you make the best decisions for you, you can now set a personal risk level with TripIt.
Just Landed: COVID-19 Travel Guidance in TripIt
TripIt now shows you the latest COVID-19 travel guidelines, restrictions, and requirements—alongside infection rates—for the destinations you’re visiting, all in one place.
Hit the Road with TripIt
Thinking about taking a road trip? From car rental pickup to driving directions, TripIt can make sense of all your travel plans and create a single itinerary for every road trip.
Useful TripIt Features
At TripIt, we’re constantly looking for ways to make travel less stressful. These TripIt features can help you when you’re ready to get back on the road again.
TripIt makes it easy to find places close to where you’re staying, including hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies.
Neighborhood Safety Scores
TripIt shows safety scores for the areas you’re visiting, with COVID-19 data included.
COVID-19 Travel Guidance
Find the latest guidelines, restrictions, and requirements for your destinations.
With Documents in TripIt, you can upload PDFs, photos, boarding pass and mobile QR codes, and other documents to your travel plans.
International Travel Tools
TripIt Pro provides country-specific travel information such as embassy information, required vaccinations, currency conversions, and more.
TripIt Pro sends real-time flight alerts throughout your trip and gives you a heads-up as things happen.
*The suggested resources and links above are provided for your convenience only. TripIt is not responsible for accuracy or timeliness of the content on those sites. We’re doing our best to keep up with changes as they happen, however you should always check all available resources, including updates from travel providers and guidance from health and safety officials, before booking a trip to make sure you have the most up to date information.