AUSTRALIA – Yampu Tours

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AUSTRALIA

Welcome to the land down under

Yampu’s Australia Tours offer firsthand private experiences that allow travelers to appreciate all the land down under has to offer. The sharp contrasts between contemporary cities and distinct landscapes provide endless opportunities for adventure with the convenience of modern comforts and English dialect. From witnessing the iconic opera house in the shimmering city of Sydney to exploring the rugged outback and snorkeling the colorful coral of the Great Barrier reef, to admiring the mystique of Uluru, Australia never fails to disappoint. With the people being just as diverse as its landscapes, explorers will appreciate the warm welcome of all walks of life including the indigenous heritage that spans thousands of years. In Australia, every day is a g’day.

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Australia

A valid passport is required to travel and should have at least 6 months validity after your return home. You should have at least 2 blank pages per country that you are visiting. If your passport does not meet this requirement at the time of departure, you can be denied boarding for your international flight and may consequently incur additional expenses.

According to the information that we have, US citizens need a visa to enter Australia as a tourist with a US passport. However, we always recommend that you double-check this for last-minute changes with your local consulate.

Most U.S. passport holders traveling to Australia for tourism or business purposes for less than 90 days can obtain an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) at the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/electronic-travel-authority-601

According to the CDC, Australia has no risk of Malaria. Nonetheless, you should be aware and consult your physician for any pre-travel recommendations.

There is no risk of yellow fever in Australia. The government of Australia requires proof of yellow fever vaccination only if you are arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever. This does not include the US.