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The world has been upended, but our support to you—our friends and clients—is steadfast. Alongside our international partners, we’ve worked tirelessly to replan, refocus and re-envision the Out Adventures experience. We have implemented new flexible booking conditions, updated our health and safety procedures, launched adventures through to the end of 2022, and developed criteria for the safe restart of our tours. Finally there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, and when you’re ready to book your next trip, we’ll be here to help.
This page will be updated as regularly as the situation requires, but please do not hesitate to reach out if you require any further clarification. LAST UPDATED: Dec 1, 2021.
Out Adventures’ founder Robert Sharp personally penned this blog post on how we plan to restart tours in a way that protects both our clients and the communities we visit.
We’ve put together this handy FAQ to share the criteria we’ll consider to determine if and when to restart/relaunch a tour.
We have been working with our local partners including guides, transportation providers, accommodations and activity operators to develop policies and procedures that will ensure a safe experience. Please read our health and safety promise.
Out Adventures is a licensed member of the Travel Industry Council of Ontario, and all funds paid to us remain in trust until date of departure, minus deposits paid to suppliers. This means you can book a future tour with us in full confidence that all refunds will be honoured, in accordance with our booking conditions, should we need to postpone your tour.
Out Adventures is following the recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO), the US State Department, the Government of Canada and the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We will consider travel advisories along with requirements for inbound travel in the destinations we visit, and if it is not feasible or safe to operate a departure, we will postpone or cancel it with a minimum of 60 days notice.
The health and safety of our travellers is our top priority. If you have concerns about how Covid-19 may affect your travel plans, email firstname.lastname@example.org.