-Updated May 26, 2020
We know that current events are weighing heavily on everyone’s minds. The purpose of this post is to share updates regarding COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) and to provide information. We hope that you and your family are safe and healthy as we continue to face the unique challenges of this pandemic.
At this time we have reached out via email to all clients with departures leaving on or before June 30, 2020. We contacted all booked guests up to this date (June 30, 2020) to provide guidance and options. If you did not receive an email from us, please check your spam folder for this message. Please reply to this message or reach out so we may assist you.
We are currently working on reaching out to all clients booked July 1, 2020 through September 14, 2020. If your departure is September 15, 2020, or later, we will assist you in the coming weeks as the situation continues to evolve. We thank you for your kindness and patience as we address requests and concerns with the imminence of departure in mind.
Please note that tour operators are making changes to scheduled departures on an ongoing basis, as the situation changes. Generally, decisions are made by tour operators regarding individual tours no less than 30 days prior to departure. If you desire to cancel a departure that has not been canceled by the operator standard cancelation fees apply.
It’s unrealistic to provide timely updates and report new developments specific to COVID-19. Please defer to the recommended resources below.
U.S. Department of State
The U.S. Department of State issues travel advisories for a variety of reasons including crime, terrorist activity, civil unrest, health, natural disaster/weather, and current events.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The CDC provides travel health notices to inform travelers about current health issues that may impact travelers’ health.
Government of Canada
The Government of Canada Travel and Advisory page provides alerts and warnings for countries worldwide.
European and global perspective
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
The ECDC identifies, assesses, and communicates current and emerging threats to human health for the EU.
World Health Organization
The WHO works worldwide to promote health and keep the world safe by providing travel advice and advisories.
The European Commission provides links to each country’s website where you may find updates from the respective countries (please defer to English language site versions).