|Terms and Conditions
CHANGES TO ITINERARY: Cycles Chinook reserves the right to change the itinerary in the event that circumstances beyond our control prohibit the planned itinerary for safety reasons or otherwise. We’ll do our best to minimize the impact of any changes while maintaining the quality of the tour.
FORCE MAJEURE: We cannot accept liability or pay any compensation where the performance or prompt performance of our contractual obligations is prevented or affected, or you otherwise suffer any loss, injury, death, inconvenience or damage as a result of circumstances amounting to “force majeure”. “Force majeure” means any event or circumstances which we or the supplier of the services in question could not foresee or avoid. Such events and circumstances may include, acts of God, actual or threatened, war, insurrection, riots, strikes, civil action, decisions by governments or governing authority, technical or maintenance problems with transport, changes of schedules or operational decisions of air carriers, terrorist activity or the threat thereof, industrial action, natural or nuclear activity, epidemic, illness, physical injury, quarantine, medical or customs or immigration regulation, delay, or cancellation, adverse weather conditions, fire and all similar events outside our control.
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AND MEDICAL CONDITIONS: Due to the nature of these activities, we cannot guarantee accommodations for all disabilities. Please contact us directly to discuss the feasibility of accommodating specific physical limitations.
ADDITIONAL RISKS: Additional risks and dangers may arise including, but not limited to, hazards of travel by train, automobile, motor coach, aircraft, bicycle and other means of conveyance, animal interactions, forces of nature, political unrest, other unrest, risks associated with water, food, plants, insects and differing animal regulation, and acts of national and local governments and unrest and acts of others against governments. These risks are not an exhaustive list but are examples of many kinds of risks. You are voluntarily participating in these activities with the knowledge that there are significant dangers involved, and you hereby agree to accept any and all risks
TRAVEL ADVISORIES: It is the responsibility of the traveler to become informed about the most current travel information, advisories and warnings by referring both to the U. S. State Department’s travel website at http://www.travel.state.gov/ or by phone at 1-888-407- 4747 and by accessing the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website at wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices. If the traveler still chooses to travel to the locale of a warning, the traveler assumes all risk of personal injury, death or property damage that may arise out of or which relates to the type of events warned against.
VALID PASSPORT: It is the participants sole responsibility to ensure that their travel documents including passport are valid and up to date, with at least 6 months validity past the return date.
TRAVEL INSURANCE: It is recommended that participants protect their travel arrangements by purchasing travel insurance after booking their trip.