NAFSA and its annual conference travel coordinator, Travel Partners LLC, have negotiated special fares with various airline carriers for your travel to San Diego, California. Travel Partners LLC will research airfares on all airlines to ensure that the lowest available fare is offered. To take advantage of this great offer, call or e-mail Travel Partners today.
+1.800.884.0070 (united States and Canada)
+1.301.869.0003 (outside the United States and Canada)
Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (EST) or e-mail email@example.com
Service fees, restrictions, and cancellation penalties will apply.
NAFSA Shuttle Information
NAFSA will provide shuttle service to hotels in the NAFSA room block that are not within walking distance from the San Diego Convention Center. Shuttle route maps will be available at each hotel lobby and at the Conference Information and Hospitality Center.
Transportation Within San Diego
San Diego International Airport (SAN) is 10 minutes from downtown San Diego. Super Shuttle offers discounts when you reserve online or by calling +1.800.258.3826. NAFSA's discount code is NAFSA. Credit cards are required and charged at the time of reservation.
Traveling to San Diego from Abroad
If you are not a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident you may require a nonimmigrant visa to enter the United States. Nonimmigrant visas are for international travelers coming to the U.S. temporarily. For an overview of the types of nonimmigrant visas available under immigration law, please see the Visa Types for Temporary Visitors web page on the travel.state.gov website.
If you wish to take advantage of our southern border location and travel to Mexico, you should ensure you have all necessary travel documents both to enter Mexico and to return to the United States. Making travel arrangements and obtaining the necessary travel documents is the sole responsibility of the traveler. General information on travel requirements for U.S. citizens (such as a U.S. passport) is available on the U.S. Department of State www.travel.state.gov website. U.S., Canadian, and Mexican travelers should also be familiar with the passport requirements of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative. Requirements for entering Mexico as a tourist are described on the Mexican Instituto Nacional de Migracion website, www.inm.gob.mx, which contains information for U.S. citizens and others exempt from Mexican tourist visa requirements as well as for visitors who require a Mexican tourist visa.