Here are some of the most commonly asked general questions. For more specific questions please contact us here.

All passengers require a valid passport and the ESTA visa waiver for the USA. We are happy to assist with this application.

At the time of booking and paying your deposit, it is strongly recommend that you purchase travel insurance, ensuring it is appropriate for all your travel arrangements as well as providing for cancellation charges.  We are able to assist with a policy to suit your requirements.

Yes.  We are happy to assist with airfares to join the tour plus any variations or additions before or after.

Most countries require a minimum validity of at least six months on current passports upon the return date into Australia, however the United States of America do not.  If you are planning to visit another country, please contact us to discuss specific requirements.

Please refer to the Booking Conditions on the brochure for our cancellation policy.

The tour has been costed on the basis of a minimum of 19 passengers travelling.  In the event of less passengers having booked 60 days prior to departure, Elvis Presley Tours reserves the right to cancel the tour, giving a full refund of all monies paid, or offer arrangements to proceed with the tour at a modified cost.

Our tour openly welcomes bookings from other Elvis fans from outside of Victoria and Australia.

We suggest that you have cash with you upon arrival into the USA as well as a credit card and a cash card.  Feel free to discuss your requirements with us and also with your bank.

As per the brochure description gratuities for luggage portage and tour guides are covered, but you will be expected to pay gratuities for meals (besides breakfast) and individual services such as drinks at bars, taxis etc.

As much as possible!  This is an individual decision based upon your desire for souvenirs and a good time socially and shopping.  A guide is to budget for USD $300 per day.

Again depends upon your individual requirements for contact with Australia.  Plans are available readily and are not expensive.

Not usually for the USA.  Consult your medical practitioner for your own requirements but no vaccinations are compulsory or recommended.