In our globalized world, diseases like Zika and Ebola can be a plane ride away. More common illnesses pose a risk as well, and getting sick during vacation can ruin any trip. The Travelers’ Health Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) helps to reduce illness and injury in U.S. residents traveling internationally or living abroad, through alerts, recommendations, education, and support to travelers and their health care providers. CDC provides travelers and their clinicians with a wide variety of tools and information, including our comprehensive website, a medical reference published every two years, online training for clinicians, and healthy travel mobile apps. Travelers will find a number of resources on the CDC Travelers’ Health website, including destination-specific health recommendations, tools to find a clinic, infographics, and travel health notices. CDC’s resources and recommendations can help travelers have a safe, healthy, and fun trip abroad. For more information, visit www.cdc.gov/travel. Connect with CDC Travelers’ Health at facebook.com/CDCTravelersHealth and @CDCtravel.