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sue27

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I am pretty sure the answer is "No" - but do I need a travel visa to visit any of the following countries as a Canandian on a cruise?

 

Aruba

Bonaire

Grenada

Dominica

St. Thomas

 

Thanks!

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You do not need a visa for any of those places. If you travel by the 1st of June, you don't even legally need a passport, other than for flying in/out of the US. After the 1st of June you will need your passport for USVI and flying in/out of the US.

 

Canadians still don't have a passport requirement for most of the Caribbean and Mexico, the WHTI only applies to entry/exit from the US.

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I am pretty sure the answer is "No" - but do I need a travel visa to visit any of the following countries as a Canandian on a cruise?

 

Aruba

Bonaire

Grenada

Dominica

St. Thomas

 

Thanks!

 

I would suggest that you make a color photocopy of your passport for when you go to the ports. You will need a form of government issued ID so this way you would not need to carry your passport or driver's license. It is an especially good idea if you have children who do not have another form of photo ID.

 

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