Important Information - T&Cs:
All prices listed as per person sharing.
All accommodations will be Double Occupancy, meaning you will have a roommate. Should you wish to have your own room, an additional charge applies.
Activities / Inclusions / Exclusions listed on the itinerary are subject to change if needed.
Prices are subject to availability - prices may change due to fluctuations, oil prices and airline price changes.
We request that you read all our terms and conditions available on our website. Booking the trip and paying any amount towards the trip, indicates that you have read the terms and conditions.
In the rare but possible events that it becomes necessary to cancel or pospone the trip for reasons beyond our control, such as pandemics, political instabilities, price hikes, inflations related to oil, petrol, increase in flight prices, restrictions and factors beyond control we will reschedule the trip to a date that is on par with package.
Those willing to top up the amounts will continue with a trip as per number required. We do not issue refunds in such cases - instead we ask you to take another date scheduled or opt for another destination or a private trip.
We highly recommend that you purchase a travel insurance that will cover the trip in case you have to cancel.
Recommendations for travel insurances will be provided to you should you wish to purchase a travel insurance.
Safety and Health Information
While travelling is a great way to explore new destinations and cultures, it is important to keep in mind that there are always risks associated with travel.
We urge all travellers to exercise caution and common sense when travelling and to take necessary precautions to ensure their safety and well-being.
Food and Water
When travelling to a new destination, it is important to be mindful of food and water safety. To avoid foodborne illnesses, we recommend that travellers:
Only consume food that has been cooked thoroughly and is still hot when served
Avoid raw or undercooked meats, seafood, and eggs
Only drink bottled water or water that has been boiled or treated with a water purification system
Avoid ice in drinks, as it may be made from untreated water
Use caution when consuming street food and be sure to choose vendors who follow safe food handling practices
Travellers should be aware of potential health risks when travelling to different parts of the world. It is important to consult with a healthcare provider before travelling and to take necessary precautions to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Some general tips for staying healthy while travelling include:
Keeping up-to-date with routine vaccinations
Taking appropriate medication for conditions such as malaria or altitude sickness
Avoiding contact with animals and insects that may carry diseases
Practicing good hygiene, such as washing hands frequently and carrying hand sanitizer
Being aware of local health services and emergency numbers in case of illness or injury
Alcohol and Drugs
Excessive alcohol consumption and drug use can impair judgement and increase the risk of accidents or other dangerous situations. Travellers should be aware of local laws and customs regarding alcohol and drug use and should always drink responsibly. It is also important to avoid accepting drinks or food from strangers, as they may be spiked with drugs
Swimming Under the Influence of Alcohol
Swimming under the influence of alcohol is extremely dangerous and can result in serious injury or even death. We strongly advise our travellers to avoid swimming while under the influence of alcohol, and to refrain from excessive alcohol consumption when using swimming pools, hot tubs, or other bodies of water.
It is important to be aware that alcohol can impair judgement, coordination, and reaction time, which can increase the risk of accidents and drowning. Please use caution and good judgement when consuming alcohol, and always follow posted pool rules and regulations.
Carrying Illegal Drugs
Yellow Hat Travels does not condone the carrying, using, or transporting of illegal drugs and will not be held responsible or liable for any individual found to be carrying drugs on our trips.
Carrying illegal drugs while travelling is illegal and can result in serious legal consequences. Travellers should be aware of local laws and regulations regarding drug use and should avoid carrying any illegal drugs while on Yellow Hat Travels' trips.
It is important to note that even prescription drugs may be illegal in certain countries, so travellers should always check with local authorities before bringing any medication into a foreign country.
Personal Health Conditions and Diseases
Travellers with pre-existing health conditions should take necessary precautions when travelling and should carry any necessary medication with them. It is important to notify airlines and hotels of any special needs or medical conditions in advance. In addition, travellers should be aware of local laws and regulations regarding the import and use of medication.
Travellers should be aware of their surroundings at all times and take necessary precautions to ensure their personal safety, including:
Avoiding isolated or poorly lit areas, especially at night
Keeping valuables out of sight and locked in a safe or secure location
Being cautious of strangers and avoiding sharing personal information with them
Carrying a copy of their passport and leaving the original in a safe location
Following local customs and dress codes to avoid drawing unwanted attention
Travellers should be aware of the potential risks of fire and take necessary precautions to prevent fires, including:
Not smoking in areas where smoking is prohibited
Avoiding the use of candles or other open flames in hotel rooms or other accommodations
Knowing the location of fire exits and following evacuation procedures in case of a fire
Travellers should take necessary precautions when using pools, including:
Supervising children at all times when they are in or near the pool
Avoiding diving in shallow areas or areas where diving is prohibited
Following posted pool rules and regulations, such as not running or horseplaying in the pool area
Other Valuable Information
Travellers should be aware of their surroundings at all times and should take necessary precautions to avoid theft, pickpocketing, and other crimes. It is also important to be aware of local customs and cultural norms to avoid offending local residents and authorities. In case of emergency, travellers should carry contact information for their embassy or consulate.
Disclaimer: The information provided above is intended for general informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.
The information provided above is subject to change and travellers should always consult with local authorities and health organizations for the most up-to-date information.
At Yellow Hat Travels, our top priority is your safety - so you can have all the fun and adventure your heart desires.