Discover America Radio

  1. Who owns and operates DiscoverAmerica.com?
  2. I can't find the information that I'm looking for on the website. What should I do?
  3. I don't see my country's flag on the website. How can I view in my language?
  4. Where can I find information on such items as currency exchange, taxes, health and medical, and voltage/adapters?
  5. Do I need a visa for leisure or business (non-immigrant) travel to the U.S.?
  6. How can my organisation learn more about advertising and content opportunities on DiscoverAmerica.com?
  7. How can my organisation learn more about partnership opportunities with DiscoverAmerica.com and Brand USA?
  8. Where should press and media inquiries be directed?

 

  1. Who owns and operates DiscoverAmerica.com?

    DiscoverAmerica.com is owned and operated by the Corporation for Travel Promotion, now doing business as Brand USA. This public-private marketing entity was created in 2010 to encourage and inspire travellers to explore America’s boundless possibilities.

    Back to top
  2. I can't find the information that I'm looking for on the website. What should I do?

    First, read the FAQs below to see if your question is answered. Next, use ‘Search site’ in the top right hand side of all pages. If you are unable to find what you are looking for, email us at info@thebrandusa.com.

    Back to top
  3. I do not see my country's flag on the website. How can I view in my language?

    DiscoverAmerica.com is currently designed to serve travellers from the UK, Canada and Japan. We will be expanding into new markets and adding additional languages in the future. In the meantime, we invite you to view the website from the market with whose language you are most familiar. Please keep in mind that some information on these sites has been tailored just for the markets listed above.

    Back to top
  4. Where can I find information on such items as currency exchange, taxes, health and medical, and voltage/adapters?

    Go to the ‘USA Travel Information’ section in the Menu.

    Back to top
  5. Do I need a visa for leisure or business (non-immigrant) travel to the U.S.?

    The answer depends on a couple of factors, including your country of citizenship. For the full explanation, see the ‘USA Travel Information’ section in the Menu.

    Also, please note that upon entry into the United States your photograph and digital fingerprints will be collected. Many countries around the world use biometrics as a way of facilitating the international travel process, protecting travellers against identity theft, and preventing document fraud, as well as for security purposes. For more information about these procedures, visit www.dhs.gov/us-visit.

    Back to top
  6. How can my organisation learn more about advertising and content opportunities on DiscoverAmerica.com?

    Please contact marketing@thebrandusa.com.

    Back to top
  7. How can my organisation learn more about partnership opportunities with DiscoverAmerica.com and Brand USA?

    For enquiries regarding how to become a partner on DiscoverAmerica.com or with Brand USA please contact partnerships@thebrandusa.com.

    Back to top
  8. Where should press and media enquiries be directed?

    Please contact media@thebrandusa.com.

    Back to top
Welcome to Discover America!

Now that you have registered, you can save trip ideas to your suitcase.

Start exploring

Enter your email address and we’ll send you a link to reset your password.

Please check your email.

Start exploring

The password on your account has successfully been changed. Please use your new password to login.

Start exploring

This website is set to 'allow all cookies' for the best user experience. By continuing without changing this setting, you are consenting to this. You may change your settings at any time at the bottom of this page.

More information about cookies

Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites.

We use cookies to make our website easier for you to use. You can remove any cookies already stored on your computer, but these may prevent you from using parts of our website.

If you choose to disable non-essential cookies, the website will:

  • Allow you to log in and remember you are logged in, while in session
  • Determine your country of origin in order to serve you the most relevant version of the site

This website will not:

  • Restrict welcome messaging to the first time you visit the site
  • Track any activity on the site for analytics purposes

More information about cookies