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Terms and Conditions

You agree to convey the contents of this Agreement to your traveling family members or companions:

  1. Responsibility: Worldwide Group Travel, ("We") act as an agent for the airlines, tour operators, cruise lines, lodging providers, car-rental companies, ground operators, and any other suppliers of travel services shown on your itinerary.
  2. Passports, Visas, and Hazards: We will provide entry requirements such as the need for passports and or visas. For foreign entry requirements, go to http://travel.state.gov/travel/foreignentryreqs.html. For State Department travel advisories, go to http://travel.state.gov/travel/warnings.html. For foreign health requirements and dangers, go to http://www.cdc.gov/travel/index.htm.
  3. Limitation of Refunds: All airlines impose cancellation and change penalties up to 100% for many discount tickets. All tour operators, cruise lines, and some resort hotels impose cancellation and change penalties. Please view the applicable rules before you make your reservation.
  4. Delays: Flight delays are very common today. If your flight is delayed far any reason, the airlines are not required by law to pay for your en-route expenses, such as meals, hotels, taxis and phone calls.
  5. Check Your Itinerary: As soon as you receive your booked itinerary, check it thoroughly to make sure it is correct as to dates, times, fares, and rates.
  6. Reconfirmation: Schedule changes are quite common today. We urge you to re-check exact flight times prior to departure and prior to your return.
  7. Package Trips: If you book a trip, we must collect the tour operator's or cruise line’s deposit when reservations are made. The amount of the deposit, the refund allowed, and the times for canceling vary according to the tour operator or cruise line.
  8. Final Payment: For all trips, you must have made full payment before we release the tickets or documents.
  9. Charter Trips: If your package trip involves a charter flight, or if your vacation involves an air-only charter night, federal regulations require that you also sign the charter operator's participant agreement, which will be mailed to you. It is extremely important that you realize that, for charters:
    •  Departure times can change at the last minute. These delays legally can be as much as 48 hours.
    • Your flight may be advertised as non-stop; however, the operator may legally change the routing and make intermediate stops at the last minute.
    • The charter operator may legally substitute types of aircraft and even airline at the last minute. Charter aircraft are generally not as comfortable as the scheduled aircraft.
    • The charter operator generally takes no responsibility for baggage, it is not unusual to have luggage misplaced.
    • Charter trips have very stiff cancellation penalties. No one plans a trip with the idea of canceling; however, sometimes that becomes necessary and you must understand what to expect or not to expect in the way of refunds.
    • Usually, no frequent flier miles are accrued.
    • Advance seat assignments are frequently not available.
  10. Trip Cancellation Insurance: We highly recommend you purchase trip cancellation insurance. This will cover if you cancel due to illness, injury or death to you or anyone in your immediate family.