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When booking your challenge, please ensure you use your first name and surname that matches your passport.
You are responsible for ensuring that your passport is valid for travel.
Brexit meant a significant change in passport rules, specifically for travel to Europe, but it doesn't hurt to be aware for all overseas travel. Your passport must be within 10 years of your ISSUE DATE (rolled over months added to expiry dates no longer count).
Most countries require six months’ validity on passports. If it has expired, you may be denied entry into the country.
It is advisable to check your passport validity in good time, at least a few months before your trip. Waiting times for passport renewals can be lengthy, so ensure you allow plenty of time if you need to obtain a new passport prior to travelling.


Some of our challenge destinations require a tourism visa in order to enter the country. 

Where a visa is required for your challenge, we will send you further details approximately 3 months prior to departure. This will include details on how and where to apply, including any required documentation and answers to specific questions.

To get the most up to date information, we strongly recommend visiting the GOV.UK Foreign Travel Advice website and selecting the country that you are travelling to.

If you are not travelling on a UK passport, you will need to check the requirements for your specific nationality.

Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct visas in place prior to travel.



As a UK national visiting for tourism purposes, you do not need a visa for short trips within the EU or countries in the Schengen area. However, there are some limitations on the frequency and duration of time spent within those areas. This may impact your ability to enter a country on a challenge, or for future travel plans. Please follow the current advice set out on at GOV.UK Travelling to the EU and Schengen Area.