Countries: How do I add or customise Country Information

Wetu provides default Country Information such as electricity, currency, dress code, etc. and these details are automatically included in your itineraries. You are able to add content, customise content or choose to not show certain country information on your itineraries. 

This article will explain how to do add, edit and remove country information, via the Admin Panel. It will also identify the different areas where country information is displayed, on the various itinerary outputs.


Country Information is available on all Operator packages but is only accessible by users with Admin privileges. 


In this article:

Adding and Editing Country Information
Removing Country Information 
Country Information in the various Itinerary Builder outputs

Adding and Editing Country Information

Login to your Wetu account and once on the Dashboard, click on Admin. Then click on the Countries tab.

Here you will find the list of Countries that have been included in any of the itineraries you have built. Next to each country is a list of options where you can add information. 

To add information (or edit the pre-loaded information), click on the desired field ( Description, Health, Safety etc.) and a pop-up window will open. 

Once you have entered the information for the specific field, click save. A green tick will appear next to each field that has personalized information entered. 

Note: Wetu does not pre-load information for Health, Safety and Visas as these details change regularly. 
Note: There is information pre-loaded on the system by Wetu, but once you change the information it will no longer be maintained by Wetu and it is your responsibility to make sure that the information that is loaded is always up to date and accurate. 

Removing Country Information

If you prefer a certain section of the Country Information not to show on your itinerary outputs, go to the Countries tab and click on the section that you don't want to show (for example Currency). 

Remove all the text that is in the block and replace it with any word that is between 1 and 10 characters, for example, Hide / Don't Show / N/A / etc. and then click save. The system will now not show anything for that section on the itinerary outputs. 

The system recognises the following rules:

No text: If there is no text then show Wetu default text (if there is Wetu default text)

1-10 characters: if there are 1-10 characters (e.g. Hide / Don't Show / N/A / etc) then show nothing

11+ characters: if there are >10 characters then display this text on itinerary outputs

Country Content in the various Itinerary Builder outputs

Digital Itinerary 

You can choose to not display this information by changing what is displayed in the Digital Itinerary by editing your theme. You can also include Country images by selecting this option in Themes 

Printable Itinerary

When you select to download the printable format of the itinerary, in the pop-up, you can specify how you would like the Country Information to be displayed.

Available options include:

  • None: Not displayed in the itinerary at all
  • Included: Basic country description only, found at the beginning of the Itinerary with Destination Information. Details such as Health, Visa, etc excluded.
  • Included with Detail (Inline): All details (description, plus Health, Visa, etc) at beginning of Itinerary with Destination Information
  • Included with Details (Appendix): All details at the end of the Itinerary
  • Included with Detail (Split): Basic Country description at the beginning of the itinerary, and the rest of the details at the end of the itinerary.

Mobile Responsive:

When you access your Itinerary from a mobile mobile device, you can navigate to the Destinations section. Once you have selected a Destination, you will see that there is a hyperlink just under the Destination description where you can Read more about travelling in Country

Travel Key App:

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