Included in your trip
All transport, accommodation, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and activities as stated in the brochure. Menus will be organised by us to offer you a taste of the many specialties of the regional gastronomy. Wine is included with all sit-down meals but if the wines are not to your liking, you are free to purchase your own. The quantity of the wine served will be sufficient to accompany the meals.
Conditions for bookings and cancellations
Everyone participating in the tour must complete and sign a booking form and pay a non-refundable deposit of 400 Australian dollars per person. Your booking will be secured upon payment of the deposit. If you would like to join us on a tour you can send your deposit cheque, made out to – Pyrenees Tours – including the booking form and a recent photo to the following address: Pyrenees Tours, PO Box 469 Bowral NSW 2576 Australia. Credit card surcharges: Visa – 1.8%, Amex – 2.8% All participants must have travel insurance. We strongly recommend that you purchase travel insurance as soon as you have paid any deposit on any of your travel arrangements. Make sure your travel insurance covers you against loss of deposit or final payment, in case of unavoidable cancellation. A signed accident waiver and release of liability form which we will provide will need to be included with your doctor’s certificate. The balance of the tour cost is due no less than 60 days before departure of the tour. Prices are based on cost and exchange of the Euro at the time of printing. We reserve the right to adjust the tour price should there be a significant change rates.
Due to our financial commitments to our various suppliers, your deposit will be forfeited if you cancel. Cancellations within 59 to 30 days before the start of the tour = 50% refund of tour price, less than 29 days, no refund will be given.
Not included in your trip
Tips, insurance ( i.e. travel, health, loss or damage to personal property) phone calls, extra expenses which are not included in the itinerary.
Should it be necessary to cancel the tour, due to failure to reach minimum numbers, 40-days’ notice will be given and a full refund of the tour cost if paid will be refunded.
Our responsibility as tour organisers
It is our responsibility to ensure that tour activities have been organised as stated in the program. It is also our right to alter the itinerary, if necessary, in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Any extra costs resulting from these alterations will not be our responsibility.
No responsibility will be accepted for any delays occurring during the tour. It is at our discretion to stop any persons from participating in any of the activities should they not have the required level of fitness on any particular day.
Responsibility of tour participants
It is the responsibility of the participant to organise and pay for all travel documents, i.e. passports, visas, tickets, insurance, departure tax. All participants need travel insurance. The participants will be responsible for any injury, sickness, loss, or damage that might occur.
If any participant wishes to alter the itinerary in any way, all resulting costs and organisation will be his/her responsibility. It is the responsibility of the participant to be at the point of pick-up as specified and at the time specified. If this is not possible it is the participant’s responsibility to rejoin the tour at his/her own expense.
Participants should be aware of the risks and dangers involved in walking activities such as weather extremes due to unexpected and sudden changes, rocky and uneven terrain on which the activities may take place, physical exertion and lack of immediate medical assistance due to remoteness of the activities. Participants will need adequate fitness to undertake the walking activities.