Know before you go: Argentina, Turkey, and South Africa
If your trip includes a stop in Argentina, depending on where your passport is issued from you may need to pay a “reciprocity” entry fee online in advance. Contact the embassy or consulate nearest you for the most up-to-date information on travelers from your country.
This fee is a government fee and has nothing to do with the airlines or AirTreks. Passengers will need to check with the embassy if they have any questions and/or need to request a refund. It is your responsibility to obtain all other necessary visas and travel documents.
Effective as of April 11, 2014, the practice of obtaining paper visas upon arrival at points of entry in Turkey will no longer be available.
Visas for tourist or business purposes can be obtained via the new ElectronicVisa Application System: www.evisa.gov.tr
Visitors to Turkey who arrive without a visa can obtain an e-Visa via interactive kiosks in the airport. Fees for e-Visas obtained through the kiosks will be higher than fees for e-Visas arranged online in advance.
More information can be found online at www.mfa.gov.tr
This fee is a government fee and has nothing to do with the airlines or AirTreks. Passengers will need to check these web sites if they have any questions and/or need to request a refund.
Travelers age 17 and younger will need to show a birth certificate to enter the country. If the minor is not traveling with both parents listed, additional documentation may be required. Please refer to South Africa’s consulate for more information:http://www.southafrica-newyork.net/consulate/immigration_policy_changes.html