If you are planning on travelling abroad before you even start packing your bags You must check passport and visa requirements for countries you are travelling to and through.
A travel entry visa is a certificate that is put into your passport or travel document by the relevant mission and grants you permission to enter a country for a pre-determined number of days. If you intend working whilst abroad you will require a working holiday visa, which may have certain conditions attached to it. So consider which visa is suitable for your requirements beforehand, as you may not be able to apply for a working holiday visa once you are in the country.
Not all countries require you to have a travel visa, so to make things easier anothertravel.com has placed together a comprehensive list of countries and their visa entry requirements for your reference.
To find the required country visa requirements simply scroll down and select from the list below your desired country, then select the required country for further information.
The information stated within does not include prices and application procedures to gain your travel visa, as this varies from country to country and may be subject to change at any time. Anothertravel.com recommends that if you are required to gain a travel visa to enter a country, contact the relevant embassy in your home country for further information on application fees etc.
If you plan on visiting more than one country allow enough time to apply for all your visas, as you may have to send your passport off to each embassy separately. Depending on the embassy a visa application can take up to three weeks to be processed and even longer during busier periods of the year.
Once you've received your visa application form, photocopy it and fill in the details on the photocopied version. There's nothing worse than having to ask for another form to be sent because you have messed up the original form.