No matter how exotic or remote the place you're travelling to, the chances are you'll find Visa already there to welcome you.
Ben Fogle shares his travel tales and tips.
Ben had the opportunity to visit Papua New Guinea. Here, he sampled the traditional dish, Mumu and was able to pay with his card.
Whist trekking through Guyana, Ben explains how all of his notes rotted in his rucksack though luckily, his card was still intact.
Ben explains how he was able to use his card to purchase hand kntted toys at the Maasai village market in rural Kenya.
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If using your card to make a payment or withdraw cash locally, you might be asked if you’d prefer to pay in the local or your home currency. Selecting the local option will usually give you the most competitive rates and avoid hidden fees.
Using your Visa card abroad is generally better value than buying currency at the airport Bureau de change
Paying with Visa abroad uses the same high-tech anti-fraud systems as at home so you can be confident of paying securely, wherever you are.
No need to worry about carrying large amounts of foreign currency, taking your Visa card means lighter pockets and simple, hassle-free payments.
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Fees may apply for card use abroad.
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