COVID-19 Health & Safety
The health and well-being of our travellers are of paramount importance to us, and we are committed to keeping you informed as COVID-19 protocols worldwide are updated. Now more than ever, protection, prevention and response are a top priority as we continue to adapt to the latest guidance from our Global Partners and Regional Health Authorities. We have implemented specific health measures to ensure safe and responsible travel.
As regulations on international travel evolve, we ask that you remain open-minded and flexible. Those choosing to travel with us in 2021 and beyond should do so with the mindset that things might not play out exactly as planned, meaning potential alterations to events, meals, lodging, transportation and activities. And while we and our Global Partners follow local safety guidelines to reduce the risk of viral transmission, there may be higher infection rates and/or lower vaccination rates in some areas we visit, and limits on the level of sophistication and availability of therapies, medical care and hospital beds for COVID-19 treatment.
We hope the following information will help prepare you for your trip:
Before your Trip within 14 days of departure, please ensure:
- You have not tested positive for COVID-19
- You are not experiencing a fever, dry cough, sore throat, difficulty breathing, fatigue, loss of taste and smell, or any other symptoms of COVID-19
- You have not been in close contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID19
We will notify you of trip-specific health guidelines before your departure. Depending on regional entry requirements, you may need to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, recovery from COVID-19, or vaccinations. It is imperative that you arrive at your destination armed with this information. We cannot stress enough the importance of this. If you fail to comply with local COVID-19 Rules and Regulations, you may be refused entry to the region and be unable to participate in your trip.