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Travel is one of those things that naturally gives rise to queries, concerns and doubts, so we’re here to put your mind at ease. Which trip is right for me? What do I do about visas? How much do I tip? Should I have banh mi or pho for lunch? For questions frequent and otherwise, this is the spot.
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Call +91 9250055225 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details. also Full passenger name(s) as per your passport or Id issued by any government. Dates you wish to travel (let us know if you have any flexibility) and even more how long you want to stay.
Do I have to pay in full straight away?
In contrast this depends. Some ‘special offers’ require payment to be made at the time of booking. Some other fares could be paid a few days after the reservation is done. Travel Tip – Pay early.Certainly we issue the ticket early and you avoid possible fare increases.
How can I pay?
Does the airline allow name changes on airline tickets?
Name changes are not allowed in any circumstances.Consequently Once the ticket is issue the name can’t be changed.
What types of documents are required to travel?
Finally for international flights passport and a visa is needed.
Can I travel with a one-way ticket to any country?
If you are not a citizen of that country you cannot travel with a one-way ticket.As a result you need to have round-trip ticket.
What is a frequent flyer number?
A frequent flyer number is the account number that the airline of your choice provides you to accumulate miles every time you travel.
Can I purchase insurance for my trip?
Yes, you can.
On International flights do I need to pay departure tax?
Yes. Most countries charge a departure tax at the airport on the day you are returning home and it has to be paid in cash.
Could a minor flight unaccompanied?
Minors between the ages of 7-12 years old could travel alone with an escort service while offered by the airline of your choice.
There may be an extra charge by the airline.Almost for connecting flights, they are allowed to travel only on an early flight and therefore it has to be at least one or more flights after the one they are flying.
How many pieces of luggage I’m permitted?
Must of the airline allow you to take 2 pieces of no more than 70 lbs and a carry-on of no more that 35 lbs.Seems like Extra luggage may be permitted by the airline at an extra cost.
Can I bring extra luggage?
Yes, you can. Airlines will charge an extra fee for each luggage you bring.
Can I change the dates on my ticket or destination?
The ticket has to be unused in order to change destination.Most noteworthy depending on the type of ticket you have you can change the destination.
Could senior citizens obtain discounts?
Unfortunately, senior citizens do not have any discount anymore.
How can I earn a free airline ticket?
First of all after you travel a certain amount of air miles the airline company will issue a free ticket- the number of travel miles needed to earn a ticket differs between carriers.
It’s my ticket refundable?
Most of the tickets are non-refundable. Probably unless you purchase an unrestricted airline ticket;
When can I cancel my reservation if I’m not traveling?
Above all you must cancel your reservation at least 35 days in advance from the date of departure. If changes are not done within the time limit the ticket will not have any value and can’t be use.Hence for full information read our cancellation policy.
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What is the currency in my destination? How much should I take in credit cards/cash? Can I use my credit card during my trip?
Our Trip Notes include a section on ‘Spending money’. Please refer to this for an idea on budgets. Travellers’ cheques are not common practice anymore so it is a good idea to travel with a credit card and ATM card, or a bank issued ‘cash card’ specifically for travel. Having a couple of options will assure that you are covered if one doesn’t work. In certain countries it comes down to potluck if you can withdraw money. One day it’ll work, the next it won’t, but it will work for your friend… Go figure! Visa cards are more widely accepted than Mastercard, particularly in Cuba where only Visa cards are accepted.
Where do I find my trip notes?
How do I obtain Trip Notes/itinerary for full details of my trip?
Make sure you bring these with you. Every trip has a set of trip notes, accessible on our website, that gives you in-depth information about all aspects of your trip. To access your Trip Notes, please visit your trip’s specific facts page on our website. The Trip Notes are accessible at the top of this page.
Do I need travel insurance?
Travel insurance is compulsory for all Travelicious travellers and should be taken out at the time of booking. You must provide proof of your travel insurance on the first day of your trip; you will not be able to join the trip without it.
What does my policy need to cover?
At a minimum, your travel insurance should be ‘comprehensive’, providing cover against personal accident, death, medical expenses, emergency repatriation and personal liability, with a minimum coverage of US$200,000. We also strongly recommend it covers cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects. If you obtain travel insurance through us you acknowledge that you are satisfied with the level of insurance we have arranged.
How do I find out about the visa requirements for the trip I am interested in?
While we do include information in our Trip Notes about visa requirements, we always recommend that passengers check with their local embassy as visa rules can change without warning. Embassy websites in your home country will always have information about requirements, visa costs and will provide the required forms. If you are uncomfortable with the visa process, you can visit a travel agent who can arrange these for you at a cost.
How do I organise my Visa?
Please contact the relevant local embassy, or visit a travel agent, to organise your visa/s.
Do you help with Visas?
Travelicious can’t assist in the actual application of visas, but you can do this through the embassy or with the support of a travel agent.
My application says I need a letter of invitation or other supporting documentation, do you provide these?
There are certain destinations, such as Central Asia and Iran, where you will need support documentation from Travelicious in order to apply for your visa. The ‘visa section’ of you Trip Notes will include information about what you need to send to us (scanned passports, employment letters etc.).
Safety and medical information
I am concerned about the polit7ical stability of the country through which my trip will travel.
The safety of our passengers, leaders and operators is a major priority for Travelicious. With this in mind, we monitor world events very closely and Travelicious makes operational decisions based on informed advice from a number of sources, in particular the level of the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (DFAT) travel advisory. If this advisory is at Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ then Travelicious will either cancel the Travelicious Travel operated trip or reroute the itinerary to avoid the areas concerned.
How safe are my belongings whilst on the trip?
While we take all the precautions we can to make sure your belongings are safe, we are travelling to some exciting destinations that are sometimes home to some pretty skilled thieves. Travel insurance is a must and a lockable bag or money belt will always help too.
What is the best way to carry money?
We recommend having access to money from a variety of sources – cash, cards and travel money cards are all commonly used. Check your Trip Notes and the relevant Destination Page on our website for more country-specific information.
What should I bring?
What type of luggage do you recommend I take?
On most Intrepid trips you will be required to carry your own luggage, sometimes up stairs and on and off transport. We therefore recommend you travel with a backpack. For a full list of what to take on your adventure see our Ultimate Packing List.
Can I store excess luggage at the starting point hotel?
Most starting point hotels can store your excess luggage for you; however, this is at your own risk. Often a nominal fee is charged for this service. Of course, this is only an advantage if your trip is circular (i.e. returning to the same starting point).
Do I need to bring a sleeping bag?
We only have a handful of itineraries where sleeping bags are required and these are generally trips that involve camping. When we use homestays, blankets are provided but some travellers feel more comfortable with their own sleeping bag or sleep sheet. This decision is a personal preference. Refer to your Trip Notes if you are unsure whether a sleeping bag is required.
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