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English Garden Tour + Optional London with Chelsea Flower Show

From May 10, 2019 to May 20, 2019 (11 nights+) Print Version Status: Available

We are offering for the first time, a garden-lover’s excursion amid the beautiful countryside of Southwest UK. This exciting garden tour explores the wonderful gardens of this beautiful area from St. Ives to Glastonbury. We'll visit 19 distinctly different gardens at a comfortable pace with 3 nights at most places. We also include an optional 3 night extension in London. A perfect chance to attend the Chelsea Flower Show.

In Brief

On this tour we will be dazzled by amazing garden designs, exotic plants, art and wildlife in this beautiful southwest area of the UK and at the same time enjoy the local amenities, restaurants and pubs and soak up the local history and scenic vistas of St. Ives, St. Austell, Torquay and Glastonbury!

We will wander among the giant sculptures of Barbara Hepworth, be charmed by water gardens, explore botanical gardens and visit the iconic Eco Park and educational centre of the Eden Project. We will even enjoy exploring a castle and a 700-year old abbey.

UK Garden Tour Map500pxTour Summary:

  • 3 nights St. Ives
  • 3 nights St. Austell
  • 2 nights Torquay
  • 3 nights Glastonbury

Optional Extension:

  • 3 nights London

Escorted By:

Doris Power, The Travel Broker



Full Itinerary

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1B newUK Garden tour Cornwall St Ives

1B UK Garden tour Trebah Garden

3 UK Garden Tour Trengwainton Gardens of the National Trust in Cornwall

4 UK Garden tour Cornwall St Austell Bay

4A newUK Garden tour Purple allum orange flowers

5 UK Garden Tour The Lost Garden of Heligan

5A newUK Garden Tour The Lost Garden of Heligan sleeping giant

6 UK Garden tour Caerhays Castle

7 UK Garden tour The Eden project

7A newUK Garden tour The Eden project sunflowers

8 UK Garden Tour Torquay Pano

8A newUK Garden tour Torquay Coast

9 UK Garden tour Buckland Abbey Yellow daisy

9A newUK Garden tour Buckland Abbey Formal Garden

10 UK Garden tour Torre Abbey

11 UK Garden Tour Glastonbury town

12 UK Garden tour Marwood English Garden

13 UK Garden tour Bishop Palace window

14 UK Garden tour Tintinhull garden iris

15 UK Garden Tour London Chelsea Garden with snake



Thursday May 9: Travel to UK to arrive on May 10

As a licensed travel agency, we are happy to assist with air and land arrangements to have you meet up with this tour. Our destination is Newquay Airport, UK.

Friday May 10: Newquay Airport to St. Ives
Transportation to ST. IVES
Welcome to the beautiful coastal town of St. Ives! We will check in at our hotel and once settled in, we can go exploring in this picturesque fishing harbour and seaside town.

Tonight we meet for our Welcome dinner where we will get to know one another, enjoy some local hospitality and chat about the plans for our garden adventures ahead.

Saturday, May 11: Trebah Garden Trust and Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden
Following a good breakfast at our hotel, our first day of gardens! We travel to Nr Falmouth on the coast where we will visit Trebah Garden Trust. Discover the magic of this beautiful Cornish valley sub-tropical garden with over four miles of footpath. Explore under canopies bursting with exotic blooms. Follow vibrant tunnels of colour that cascade down to their very own secluded beach on the Helford River. Trebah Kitchen and Shops offer lunch, coffee, tea, and cakes.

In the afternoon, we journey back to St. Ives to the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Gardens. Visiting this garden offers a remarkable insight into the work and outlook of one of Britain’s most important twentieth-century artists. Sculptures in bronze, stone, and wood are on display in the museum and garden, along with paintings, drawings and archive material.

Complete your day exploring St. Ives, it’s restaurants, shops and seaside vistas.

Sunday, May 12: Trengwainton Garden National Trust and Tremenheere Sculpture Garden

Our first garden this morning is Trengwainton Garden National Trust located in Madron near Penzance. Here in this warm and luxuriant garden, you can follow in the footsteps of the 1920s plant hunters to see plants that flowered in Britain for the first time. Award-winning magnolias and rhododendrons are still nurtured by those with a passion for their beauty and extraordinary story and five sections of walled gardens are crammed with tender exotic species from around the world. Winding wooded paths follow a half-mile incline to sea views across Mount's Bay, and the descent via the drive is bordered by a stream garden and open meadows. There’s also a kitchen garden built to the dimensions of Noah’s Ark and a visit to the tea-room means you’ll most likely eat some of its produce.

In the afternoon we visit Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens. With a notable collection of palms, succulents, and bamboo, this beautiful sheltered valley in west Cornwall, surrounded by woods, streams and dramatic vista provides the perfect setting for this 22-acre exotic and sub-tropical garden. The very favoured micro-climate of kindly winter temperatures and shelter from the wind allow all manner of exotic and half-hardy plants to flourish. The planting schemes are appropriate to the varying individual habitats but carry the unifying theme of sculptural forms, textures, and colours which harmonise with what nature has already provided. The Café serves fabulous freshly prepared homemade meals, snacks and drinks throughout the day using the best locally sourced seasonal produce. Enjoy delicious lunch or light snack, or how about a traditional afternoon tea in our beautiful surroundings with splendid views of the bay.

Spend your last evening in St. Ives exploring and enjoying a pub meal.

Monday, May 13: Trelissick Gardens National Trust and The Japanese Garden
Check out of ST. IVES
We travel to Truro to explore Trelissick Gardens National Trust on the seaside coast with woodland walks and more. The garden as you see it today has evolved from the 1930s. Walls of stone and Victorian brick add structure and little wooden summerhouses provide a place in which to relax. The main lawn is at the heart of the garden with sweeping views around the mixed exotic borders which are at their best in the summer months. Visitors can explore the meandering paths through the woodland garden, leading to exotic plants and herbaceous borders bursting with colour. There are longer walks to discover through the historic parkland which sweeps down towards the estuary, and along Lamouth Creek to the Iron Age promontory fort and 18th century quay at Roundwood. Trelissick has its own renowned art gallery with a wide range of work from local Cornish artists. Crofters café offers a delicious range of light refreshments, hot lunches, afternoon cream teas and packed lunches for children all using seasonal and local produce. There's also a gift shop and second-hand bookshop.

Our afternoon garden is The Japanese Garden in St. Mawgan. This Asian garden combines the beauty of nature with an artistic refinement using shaping and styling of plants and natural elements. Japanese Gardens traditionally strive for perfection & balance, using a combination of man-made and natural objects. It is a place of tranquillity with a variety of plants and water features, where visitors can enjoy the wonder of nature in a peaceful, relaxing space. Enjoy visitor shopping.

Following our garden visits this afternoon we check into our hotel at ST. AUSTELL.
Our first evening exploring this old market town just a few miles from the coast.

Tuesday, May 14: The Lost Garden of Heligan and Caerhays Castle Gardens
Following breakfast, we launch into our next area of gardens starting with a morning visit to The Lost Gardens of Heligan. Heligan, seat of the Tremayne family for more than 400 years, is one of the most mysterious and romantic estates in England. A genuine secret garden, it was lost for decades; its history consigned to overgrowth. Twenty-five years ago, Heligan’s historic gardens were unknown and unseen; lost under a tangle of weeds. It was only the chance discovery of a door in the ruins that led to the restoration of this once great estate. The iconic Heligan sculptures, The Giant’s Head, Mud Maid and Grey Lady, wait to be discovered along Woodland Walk. This sheltered path comes to life as these woodland sculptures reveal themselves, emerging silently from the beautiful natural landscape. Enjoy cream tea or sample heritage fruit and vegetables in the Kitchen and Bakery.

In the afternoon, we travel to Caerhays Castle Gardens, home of the Williams family. This 140-acre garden is part of the natural beauty of the coastline and its steep valleys, architectural surprises, inescapable sense of history and range of activities and facilities the estate offers, all set the scene for a wonderful day of discovery and exploration. The gardens originated from the work of plant hunters in China at the start of the 20th century. Caerhays bred the very first x williamsii camellias and is today the home of a Plant Heritage National Collection of Magnolias containing over 600 species and named hybrids from around the world. The gardens have an international reputation and have been described as 'world class'. There’s also the Magnolia Tea Rooms and Gift Shop.

This evening discover more sites of St. Austell with is shops, restaurants, and pubs.

Wednesday, May 15: Marsh Villa Gardens and Eden Project, the Iconic Eco Park
Our first garden of the day is Marsh Villa Gardens, a magical 3-acre water, and woodland garden. It is rich in variety and conservational significance. With the first plantings in 1988, the garden is well established, boasting extensive herbaceous borders and mixed beds, amongst a charming network of waterways which drain the Treesmill marsh levels. You can also enjoy tea or coffee and home-made cakes available in their tea room. Visitors are welcome to picnic in the garden. The old stone barn offers a pleasant and comfortable seating area too, in case the weather is cold or wet.

Spend the afternoon exploring the amazing Iconic Eco Park of the Eden Project! This educational charity, connects us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future. Nestled in a huge crater, the massive Biomes house the largest rainforest in captivity and the stunning plants, exhibitions and stories serve as a backdrop to our striking contemporary gardens, summer concerts, and exciting year-round family events.

Our last evening in St. Austell, why not check out the Brewery Visitor Centre or pick up that special souvenir.

Thursday, May 16: Hidden Valley Gardens and Buckland Abbey and Gardens National Trust
Check out of ST. AUSTELL
This morning we are off to the Hidden Valley Gardens, an intimate award-winning 3-acre garden and specialist plant nursery, nestled in a secluded hidden valley. The garden has many themes including a Mediterranean area, colourful herbaceous and cottage garden beds, a ‘hot’ border, pond garden, Japanese area and an iris garden, plus potager, Fairy Well, fruit area and fernery. Witness the scorching colours of the dahlia, crocosmia, clematis and agapanthus collection beds. The garden has been featured in RHS magazine “The Garden”. You can make your own refreshments in the Tea Hut and sample the ‘delicious’ homemade cakes. Picnic tables are available.

For the afternoon, we visit Buckland Abbey and Gardens National Trust where we will discover history and tranquility at this ancient gem. Follow over 700 years of footsteps; from the Cistercians who built the Abbey and farmed the estate, to seafarers Grenville and Drake who changed the shape of the house and the fate of the country. Part museum, part house, it’s filled with treasures such as the legendary Drake’s Drum. There’s no mistaking the magnificence of the Great Barn, which has remained virtually unchanged since it was built all those centuries ago. We’ll discover meadows, orchards, and woodlands where we can enjoy far-reaching views of the Tavy Valley. The way-marked trails are a riot of colour through the seasons, with an unmissable carpet of bluebells in spring. At the cider house, herbaceous borders provide seasonal interest and a secret ‘wild’ garden is a wonderful place for quiet contemplation. Whether it's a warming bowl of homemade soup, a delicious hot chocolate or a slice of cake, no day out is complete without a yummy treat.

Following our garden visits this afternoon we check into our hotel at TORQUAY.

This is the birthplace of the famous mystery author Agatha Christie in 1890 and her home until 1914! Lots of history and wonder in this seaside resort town.

Friday, May 17: Torre Abbey Gardens and an Afternoon of Site Seeing in Torquay
Following our scrumptious breakfast, we head out to see Torre Abbey Historic House and Gardens which is a monastery founded in 1196. See art and antique collections in a historic building with a palm house and 7-acre gardens featuring plants from local writer Agatha Christie’s novels! Following our walk through the gardens, visit the café for refreshments.

Enjoy an afternoon off to wander and explore in this amazing little seaside gem. Known for its beaches such as Babbacombe and cliffside Oddicombe, its coastline is nicknamed the English Riviera. Torquay Harbour near the town centre offers shops, cafes and a marina.

Saturday, May 18: Marwood Hill Garden and Bishops Palace and Gardens

Check out of TORQUAY

We will be heading to Marwood Hill Garden this morning. This magical and very special 20-acre private garden with three lakes is set in a valley tucked away in North Devon only 4 miles from Barnstaple. This garden was created by Dr. Jimmy Smart VMH in the late 1950's. These gardens are a wonderful haven in which to relax and enjoy the impressive collections of plants, shrubs, and trees and experience the views and peaceful atmosphere. The view across the valley from the garden tea room is spectacular, the food served is delicious.

This afternoon we check out Bishops Palace and Gardens. The 14 acres of gardens here are a haven of tranquility and peace. In January 2016, the Gardens were awarded RHS Partner Garden status. Bishops Palace has been home to the Bishops of Bath and Wells for over 800 years and this stunning medieval palace is open for all to enjoy. The Bishops Table serves delicious locally-sourced homemade food and some of the best coffee and cake you will find in Wells, it is the perfect place for brunch, lunch or afternoon tea.

Following our garden visits this afternoon we check into our hotel at GLASTONBURY, our last area of the garden tour and enjoy a little exploring. Located in southwest England. It's known for its ancient and medieval sites, many rich in myth. Glastonbury Tor is a tower-topped hill linked to Arthurian legend, overlooking the marshy Somerset Levels. Once said to be King Arthur’s burial place, Glastonbury Abbey is a ruined monastery dating to the 7th century. Nearby, centuries-old Glastonbury Tribunal has a museum with Iron Age artifacts.

Sunday, May 19: Tintinhull Garden National Trust and Lytes Cary Manor National Trust

After our hearty breakfast, we head off to our first garden, Tintinhull Garden National Trust. Located in Tintinhull, near Yeovil in the English county of Somerset, this small 20th century Arts and Crafts garden surrounds a 17th-century Grade I listed house. Its garden is described as a place of floral beauty, tranquillity, and innovation - a gardeners' garden paradise. Glittering pools, secluded lawns, colourful borders and clipped hedges provide the perfect spot to relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle. Their small tea room serves delicious cakes and cream teas.

Next, we journey to Lytes Cary Manor National Trust for the afternoon. Lytes Cary is a manor house with associated chapel and gardens near Charlton Mackrell and Somerton in Somerset. Henry Lyte was a keen herbalist and gardener and lived at Lytes Cary Manor in 1550s. Sadly, during the decline of the property in the Victorian period, much of the original garden was lost but we can enjoy exploring the house and discovering all the garden ‘rooms’ with its established colourful flower borders, neatly trimmed hedges and manicured lawns. It also has a tea room and Barn Shop.

Spend the evening exploring the ancient town of Glastonbury steeped in history and grab a bite at a local restaurant or pub.

Monday, May 20: Bennetts Water Gardens and Burrow Farm Gardens
Our first stop of the day is Bennetts Water Gardens. Set over 8 acres, the gardens hold the National Plant Collection of Water Lilies with a Claude Monet style Japanese Bridge, Tropical House, Woodland Walks, and Museum. Grass pathways lead you through the series of ponds and lakes surrounded by wetland plants, native trees, palms, wild plants, and flowers. The gardens are a 'Site of Nature Conservation Interest' and home to abundant wildlife. There are scenic places to sit and unwind and shaded woodland walks to explore. The Tropical House contains exotic plants including a cacti collection and a Family Nature Trail keeps young visitors interested. The Museum contains local history of Chickerell village (mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086), Chesil Beach and Fleet lagoon, plus the fascinating history of this site from the Brickworks and Clay Pits of 1859 through to the gardens of today. The Café Monet serves coffee, home-made lunches, cakes and cream teas. You can also browse the shop for unusual gifts.

Our last garden of the tour, Burrow Farm Gardens, a woodland garden, near Axminster, where we can enjoy a guided walk around the garden conducted by the owner Mary Benger, who has created the entire garden. We can also enjoy one of her talks specific to our group. Relax and enjoy the fabulous surroundings and extensive views from the conservatory and tea room.

Our last night in Glastonbury; soak up the history with a leisurely walk, shop for a special gift and try a different café, restaurant or pub.

Tuesday, May 21: Shuttle to London
Check out of GLASTONBURY.
Enjoy the scenery as we shuttle on to London. And for those departing to the airport and on to home destinations, we will bid a fond farewell until our next garden tour! We hope you’ve had a most memorable garden experience!

For those choosing the optional stayover in London for the Chelsea Flower Show and site seeing, we will check in to our hotel before getting a bite to eat together if you choose.


Wednesday, May 22: Chelsea Flower Show
What a great way to end a garden tour…..attending the most popular and historic flower show in the UK, known worldwide! Since 1913, the Royal Hospital Chelsea has hosted the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show which continues to captivate audiences and is one of the most eagerly anticipated horticultural events on the gardening calendar! You won’t want to miss the exciting events and featured gardens of this spectacular show!

Thursday, May 23: Site Seeing and Visiting the Shops of London

We have our last full day to enjoy this wonderful city. Iconic spots you may want to see include Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden, St. Paul's Cathedral, Big Ben, Hyde Park, Tower of London and so much more. Both ancient and modern are here to explore.

If museums are of interest, The British Museum houses a vast collection of world art and artifacts; it is free to all visitors and offers many 40-minute tours throughout the day specific to certain in-house exhibits.

Alternately, the Tate Modern is Britain's national gallery of international modern art and forms part of the Tate group. It is the most-visited modern art gallery in the world, with around 4.7 million visitors per year. Admission is also free, except for special exhibitions.

Tonight will be our final night together. Let's meet up for a farewell drink - then continue out to dinner for those interested.

Friday, May 24: Depart London to Heathrow Airport
As we spend our last few minutes reminiscing about the past days of our garden tour and our wonderful experiences, we bid a fond farewell to each other. I hope you have enjoyed a marvelous and memorable garden tour! Until next time…….

Full Pricing and Details

Prices per person in Canadian Dollars (CAD $)  Twin Share  Single  Tax

11 Nts - English Garden Tour

May 10 to May 20, 2019

Tour begins in Newquay, England and ends in London, England






3 night London Optional Extension

May 21 to 23, 2019

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 Early Booking Bonus - Book with deposit by Dec 14, 2018 $150.00 $150.00  INCL
Discount for Cheque Payments
(If paying by cheque or e-transfer, deduct the discount amount off the price stated above)




Twin price is based on sharing twin-bedded rooms throughout
Single price is based on single accommodation throughout

Prices are per person in Canadian Dollars (CAD $) and are inclusive of all taxes unless otherwise stated.

Single accommodation rate on request and only if space is available.

Deposit at time of booking is $1500.00 CAD per person + insurance premium if applicable, see deposits and final payments area below.

Pricing Inclusions:

Our price includes:

  • Hotel: 11 Nights accommodation with private en suite facilities.
  • Meals: Breakfast daily, Welcome Dinnner
  • Admission to all gardens listed in itinerary
  • Transportation: By private air-conditioned vehicle throughout.
  • Tour Leader: Doris Power of The Travel Broker will be accompanying and leading the group.
  • Taxes: Local taxes on all included ground transportation, accommodation, included meals & beverages and services per itinerary.
  • Gratuities on included items

Pricing Exclusions:

The price does not include:

  • International airfare through to Newquay, England and home from London, England.

We would be happy to assist you in arranging flights from your home to join us on the tour.

  • Airport to hotel transfer in Newquay and hotel to airport in London.
  • Any lunches or dinners not mentioned in the itinerary or pricing inclusions area.
  • All beverages except for those included with breakfast.
  • Personal Insurances (medical, travel, baggage, cancellation, etc.)
  • Any Passport, Visa Fees or Immunizations.
  • All items of a personal nature and souvenirs.
  • All optional excursions or deviations from the itinerary.
  • Gratuities on exclusions and baggage handling. 

London Extension Inclusions:

  • Hotel: 3 Nights accommodation London with private en suite facilities
  • Meals: Breakfast daily
  • Admission to Chelsea Flower Show
  • Gratuities for all included features
  • Tour Leader: Fully escorted from by Doris Power of The Travel Broker
  • Taxes: Local taxes on all included airport transfers and accommodation per itinerary.

London Extension Exclusions:

  • International airfare from London back to your home city
  • The Travel Broker would be happy to assist you in arranging flights from your home to join us
  • Meals not mentioned in itinerary or pricing inclusions.
  • All beverages except for those included with breakfast.
  • Gratuities for all excluded features (e.g., meals)
  • Personal Insurances (medical, travel, baggage, cancellation, etc.)
  • Any Passport and Visa Fees.
  • All items of a personal nature and souvenirs.
  • All optional excursions or deviations from the itinerary.
  • Gratuities on excluded items and baggage handling.

Deposits and Final Payments:

  • Deposits: At time of booking of $1500.00 per person + insurance premium if applicable.
  • Final Payment: Final payment is due by Mar 01, 2019

Cancellation Charges:

Once a deposit has been paid the following cancellation charges will apply:

  • Cancellation notice received before 01Mar, 2019: $1500.00 Deposit
  • Cancellation notice received 01 Mar or later: 100% of Total Price

We suggest travel insurance to protect your payments, please feel free to ask us for a quote.

Frequent Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

We do our best to answer all your questions before you travel with us. Please contact us if you have concerns that are not addressed here.

What is included in the cost?

Each individual tour specifies in the 'Included Features' section what is included in the tour. The cost always includes your accommodation, breakfast daily, excursions, activity instruction, local transportation, and services of your escort. Some trips also include lunches or dinners.

How far in advance do I need to reserve my trip?

It is never too early to reserve your space on your trip of choice. Many of our tours book up months or even a year ahead. Please call us or e-mail to reserve your place as we would not want you to be disappointed.

What are the accommodations like?

We stay in comfortable local hotels and lodges. Accommodations are based on twin-share occupancy, (with private facilities) but single supplement is available if desired. Our Asian tours all feature deluxe hotels. Our accommodations are centrally located in the places we visit offering the convenience of personal exploration during free time.

What will the food be like?

We feature both simple, nutritious local foods and gourmet meals, depending on the destination. We always try to vary the diet so that our participants can learn about and enjoy the local cuisine. When meals are not included, we make sure that there are a number of restaurants in the immediate area of our accommodation to give our travellers the chance to enjoy searching out local restaurant experiences.

Can I come alone?

Yes, many people book with us as a single. If you are travelling with a friend, you can of course share a room with them. It is part of our mission to provide everyone the opportunity to meet new friends while enjoying a wonderful travel experience.

Who do I eat meals with?

You'll never dine alone. Our guides always offer the option for you and the group to join them for meals.

How many people are in the group?

This depends on the tour you select. Our groups are always small, however, from 10 to 18 participants.

What is the average age of your clients?

The average age of our clients is between 30 – 65 years of age. The love of travel and adventure has no particular age. Each group generally has a mix of ages.

Who travels on your tours?

Most everyone. Our passengers are a very diverse range - women or men who are single, married, divorced or widows/widowers. They are of all ages, and are often repeat clients. Our travellers come from across the country, from the USA, and some from other countries as well.

Who are the guides?

Our tours are escorted by The Travel Broker's staff member. Our team of escorts are all experienced, well educated, speak the local language and make great travelling companions. We frequently hire local guides for specific touring or in particularly exotic locations where our escort may not speak the local language.

How physically fit do I need to be?

This depends on the trip you select. We accommodate men and women of different levels and abilities. Our walking tours are designed to suit all levels of walkers. You don't have to be in top shape, but you will enjoy it more if you are reasonably fit. Many surprise themselves at their new-found strengths and abilities!

What kind of clothing should I pack?

We send you a complete trip dossier including a packing list when you reserve your trip with us.

How do I arrange transportation to meet up with the tour?

The Travel Broker & Cruise Centre is a fully licensed travel agency. We are qualified travel agents and are able to assist with flight arrangements, if desired, to meet up with our tours. Our tours commence and end in, or near, transportation centres.

What if I want to arrive early or stay on after the trip?

We assist our passengers with additional hotel arrangements, as required.


Terms & Conditions

Our Booking Terms and Conditions

These are the Terms and Conditions that will apply to your booking. Please read them carefully as you will be bound by them. These Terms shall constitute the entire agreement between The Company and the Client relating to the subject matter herein, and shall constitute a binding agreement. There is no verbal or written; representation, warranty, prior agreement, or description of services, other than as expressed herein.

1. The Contract

All persons wishing to make a booking have carefully read and understand the Terms and Conditions that follow. By making a booking with the Company or its Agents, you accept on behalf of yourself and all those named on the booking including minors and person under a disability to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. A booking is accepted and becomes definite only from the date when the Company sends a confirmation invoice or email. It is at this point that a Contract between the Company and the Client comes into existence. All person(s) named on the booking are hereafter referred to as the "Client" and references to Client shall be to all those so named.

"The Company" means either The Travel Broker or Today's Woman Traveller.

"Carrier" means the owner and/or any charterer and/or manager of the vessel or any other person, to the extent that it acts as a carrier or performing carrier (in accordance with the definition provided in the Athens Convention). "Conditions of Carriage" means the terms on which any transport is provided by a carrier including any carriage by sea, road, rail or air. The carrier's Conditions of Carriage are available on request and are expressly incorporated into this Contract. The carrier's and the Company's liability for death and or personal injury and/or loss of and/or damage to luggage may be limited by international conventions including the Athens, Warsaw or Montreal Conventions.

"Contract" means the Contract concluded between the Company and the Client relating to the relevant Tour which is evidenced by the issue of the confirmation invoice sent by the Company or its sales agent to the Client. The service to be provided is the tour referred to in the booking confirmation.

2. Medical and Special Requirements

The Client must notify the Company in writing during the process of booking of any medical conditions, pregnancy, disability or any other mental and or physical condition which may affect fitness to travel and or any medical condition. Failure to notify the Company may result in the Client being refused travel. Failure to notify the Company of any such condition that results in cancellation will have full cancellation fees to the Client. Some trips may be unsuitable for Clients due to age, mobility, disability, pregnancy or physical or mental conditions. It is the Client's responsibility to check prior to booking. The Company may refuse to carry pregnant women over 24 weeks or Clients with certain conditions. The Company is not required to provide any special facilities unless it has agreed to do so in writing. The Company will do its best to meet Clients special requests including dietary, but such requests do not form part of the Contract and therefore the Company is not liable for not providing these requests. Medical facilities vary from country to country and the Company makes no representations and gives no warranties in relation to the standard of such treatment. Traveling with Children: Clients aged 18 at date of first travel are viewed as adults. An adult over the age of 18 must accompany every 2 children under the age of 18. The ratio of adults to children traveling together must be one adult per two children and two adults per four children (17 and under). The minimum age for Clients traveling on tours is 12. All enquiries with respect to children are subject to review and approval by the Company that reserves the right to restrict the number of travelers under the age of 18 on tours. If the adult accompanying the child is not the child's parent or parents are divorced, then a "Parental Consent Guardianship Form" must be signed (or other documents provided as requested by the Company) by the parent or legal guardian and received by the Company prior to departure. For more information: http://www.voyage.gc.ca/faq/children-travel_enfants-voyage-eng.asp

3. Deposits

The Company Trips: At time of booking a deposit of CAD$500 per person per tour is due. If booking is made 60 days or less prior to departure, full payment is due. The deposit and medical form, if applicable, should be sent to the Company or its Agent. Today's Woman Traveller may require a higher deposit or full payment at the time of booking. If deposit is different from that outlined in this clause, the requirement will be advised at time of booking and detailed on the invoice. If combinations of The Company Trips, and Independent and Tailor Made Trips are booked, the most restrictive requirements will apply to the whole booking.

4. Final Payment Schedule/Acceptance of Booking/Client Details

The Company Trips and The Company Tailor Made Trips:

1. Final Payment: The Company must confirm acceptance of the Client's booking in writing. Please refer to the confirmation invoice and/or confirmation email for details regarding final payment. Payment of the balance of the tour price is due 60 days before the departure date of the first service booked. If full payment is not received by the due date, then rates and tour space cannot be guaranteed. If a booking is made 60 days or less before the departure date of the first service booked then the full amount is payable at the time the booking is confirmed. If this balance is not paid at the time the booking is confirmed the Company reserves the right to treat the Client's booking as cancelled. The Company Trips and Tailor Made Trips may require a higher deposit or full payment at the time of booking. If full payment is different to that outlined in this clause, the requirement will be advised at time of booking and detailed on the invoice. If combinations of The Company Trips, and The Company Independent and Tailor Made trips are booked, the most restrictive requirements will apply to the whole booking.

2. Client Details: In order for the Company to confirm and guarantee the Client's travel arrangements the Client must provide all Client Details with their final payment as per the schedule specified in Section 3(a). If the Client does not provide all details 60 days or more before departure, an Administrative Fee will be charged to the Client. In the event where client details have not been received by the Company 45 days prior to the Client's trip departure, the Company reserves the right to treat the file as cancelled and full cancellation fees will apply. Client Details required will vary tour by tour, and will be advised during the booking process. However, at a minimum Client Details include passport number, passport expiry date, passport issue date and place of issuance, completed medical form (if requested), full name as it appears in the passport you are traveling with, date of birth, place of birth, nationality and arrival details (or other documents as requested by The Company). A booking may not be confirmed without provision of Client Details.

3. Credit Card Charges: The Company is not responsible for any charges applied to credit card transactions and will not refund or return any fees charged by third parties and incurred during the transaction of the tour cost.

5. Cancellation of a Tour by a Client

Any cancellation by a Client must be made in writing and be acknowledged by the Company in writing. The date on which the request to cancel is received by the Company or its Agents will determine the cancellation fees applicable.

Cancellation for The Company Trips and The Company Independent Trips: The cancellation fees are expressed hereafter as a percentage of the total tour price, excluding insurance.

Cancellation 60 days or more before departure: Loss of deposit.

Cancellation 59-30 days before departure: 50% of cost of services booked.

Cancellation less than 30 days before departure: 100% of cost of services booked.


The Company Trips and The Company Independent Trips may vary in cancellation policy from that detailed in this clause, and will be detailed at time of booking.

6. Cancellation of a Tour by the Company

The Company reserves the right to cancel any trip for any reason, but will not cancel a tour less than 60 days before departure except for Force Majeure, unusual or unforeseen circumstances outside the Company's control. When a tour is cancelled by the Company before the agreed date of departure for any reason other than the fault of the Client, the Client can either:

1. take a substitute tour of equivalent or superior quality if the Company is able and willing to offer such a substitute; or
2. take a substitute tour of lower quality if the Company is able and willing to offer one and to recover from the Company the difference in price between the price of the tour originally purchased and that of the substitute tour; or
3. have a full refund of all monies paid under the contract as soon as possible. The Company is not responsible for any incidental expenses or consequential losses that the Client may have incurred as a result of the booking such as insurance premiums, visas, vaccinations, non-refundable flights or rail, non refundable car parking or other fees, loss of earnings, or loss of enjoyment, etc. If the Client is offered a refund but requests an alternative tour of a higher value than that originally booked, then the Client must pay the difference in price. Where after departure a significant element of the trip contracted for cannot be provided, the Company will make suitable alternative arrangements for the continuation of the trip. If it is not possible to provide a suitable alternative or the Client reasonably rejects any suitable alternatives, the Company will provide the Client a refund of unused tour portions. Where a significant alteration or cancellation occurs which is not due to Force Majeure or other circumstances beyond the Company's control, the Company will in some circumstances offer compensation. Significant alterations do not include the substitution of a vessel, modification of itineraries, change in cabin category or hotel accommodation provided it is of the same category.

7. Unused Services

There will be no discounts or monies refunded for missed or unused services, this includes voluntary or involuntary termination/departure from tour, i.e. sickness, death of a family member etc, late arrival on the tour, or premature departure either voluntarily or involuntarily.

8. Prices, Surcharges and Taxes

The price of the tours published may go up or down from the time of publication. The Company recommends that the Client finds out the most up to date price of their tours including the costs of any other service provided by the Company at the time of making their booking. The Company reserves the right to increase tour price after the holiday has been booked but will not do so any later than 30 days before the departure date stipulated. After a Confirmation Invoice has been issued any increase to the tour price will be as the result of changes in an increase in transportation costs, including the cost of fuel, dues, taxes or fees chargeable for services such as landing taxes or embarkation or disembarkation fees at ports and airport charges, including any currency fluctuations. If the increase would be 2% or less of the holiday price the Company will absorb the changes in its costs of providing the tour. However if the increase is more than 2% the Company will pass this increase on to the Client.

Where the increase in price is more than 7% of the Clients holiday price then in these circumstances the Clients may either:

1. withdraw from the contract without incurring any penalty; or
2. accept the change of price.

Tours operating in Canada are priced and advertised exclusive of Government taxes (HST, GST, PST & QST) and these taxes will be advised at time of booking and itemized on subsequent invoicing.

9. Validity

The prices on this website and in our brochures are based on rates and costs in effect at time of posting to the website or printing the brochure . The Company reserves the right to alter prices at any time prior to tour been paid in full. The land price of the trip is guaranteed when paid in full, subject to any potential surcharges as stipulated in Section 8. All dates, itineraries and prices are indicative only.

10. Flexibility

The Client understands and acknowledges the nature of this type of travel requires considerable flexibility and should allow for reasonable alterations by the Company. It is understood that the route, schedules, itineraries, amenities and mode of transport may be subject to alteration without prior notice due to local circumstances or events, which may include sickness or mechanical breakdown, flight cancellations, strikes, events emanating from political disputes, entry or border difficulties, extreme weather and other unpredictable or unforeseeable circumstances or any other reason whatsoever.

11. Changes

Changes made by the Company: While the Company will endeavor to operate all tours as advertised, reasonable changes in the itinerary may be made where deemed necessary or advisable by the Company. If the Company makes a major change the Company will inform the Client as soon as reasonably possible if there is sufficient time before departure. The definition of a major change is deemed to be a change affecting at least one in three full tour days of the itinerary. If the major change is due to force majeure or unforeseen circumstances no compensation is payable. Some changes to the itinerary may happen on tour as a result of unforeseen circumstances or local situations. Any changes made to alter the itinerary as a result will be made with full authority of the Tour Leader and any direct or indirect cost incurred as a result will be the responsibility of the Client. Where the Company has to make a major change to the Client's holiday before departure in these circumstances the Company will notify the Client as quickly as possible.

12. Airfare

Tours do not include international air fare or any other flights unless mentioned in the inclusions of the individual tour.

1. Quotes: All quotes are in Canadian dollars, unless otherwise stated. The company will quote the best price available at the time of quoting for the travel dates requested. Quotes provide an indicative price only, and represent no price commitment by the Company.

2. Options: The Client may hold an option on a flight with the Company. This option guarantees the seat at the quoted price for the same business day. The Company will advise client at what time the option expires. If the option is not confirmed, the option is deemed to have expired and is no longer valid.

3. Price changes: Until the tickets are issued, the Company reserves the right to change prices in the event of any price increase for any reason including, but not limited to, airfares wrongfully quoted due to system error, the price of fuel and/or currency fluctuations or government taxes or levies, or any other reasonable cause.

4. Full payment: Full payment must be received by the Company before the Option period expires to guarantee the reservation at quoted price. A guarantee of payment by the Client is an acceptance of the travel arrangements as requested at the total price quoted. Cancellation fees will apply if the Client subsequently decides to cancel after ticket has been issued.

5. Changes & cancellations: Unless otherwise stated, airline tickets are 100% non-changeable & non-refundable once tickets have been issued. Changes made prior to ticket issuance may be applied at the Companies discretion, and will also have Administrative Fees applied.

6. Flight reconfirmation: The Company strongly recommends flight times and numbers be verified or reconfirmed at least 72 hours prior to departure. The Company is not responsible for any change to airline schedules or flight numbers after tickets have been issued.

7. Airline e-tickets: Once issued, all airline e-tickets are non-transferable and valid only for the dates and routings shown.

8. Airline, airport or weather delays: The Company will not be held responsible for any additional expenses or loss that may arise from airline, airport or weather delays. The Company will not reimburse for any additional expenses incurred by the Client as a result. The company will not refund any unused portion of air tickets purchased in the event of such delays due to conditions beyond its control.

13. Acceptance of Risk

The Client understands that they are traveling to geographical areas where, amongst other things, the standard of accommodation, transport, safety, hygiene, cleanliness, medical facilities, telecommunications and infrastructure development may not be of the standard they are used to at home. The Client has read and understands the The Company's itinerary for the trip they are undertaking and have provided details of any preexisting medical conditions they may have to The Company representatives. They accept these risks and obligations and they fully assume the risks of travel.

Optional Activities: I understand during my trip there may be opportunities to undertake activities, which do not form part of the itinerary. I understand The Company makes no representations about the safety or quality of the activity, or the standard of the independent operator running it. I also understand The Company is in no way responsible for my safety should I elect to enter into such optional activities. With full knowledge of the above, I may still elect to partake in the activity, and if I do so, I assume full responsibility for any risks involved.

Hotels, shuttle services or other elements of a Package or Cruise will be arranged by the Company with local suppliers, who may themselves engage the services of local operators and/or sub-contractors. Standards of hygiene, accommodation and transport in some countries where excursions take place are often lower than comparable standards than what the Client may reasonably expect at home. The Company will at all times endeavor to appoint reputable and competent local suppliers. The terms and conditions of the suppliers will be applicable and are expressly incorporated into the Contract. These may limit or exclude liability of the supplier. The liability of the Company will not exceed that of any supplier. Local laws and regulations of the relevant country will be relevant in assessing performance of the services of any supplier. In the event of a complaint by a Client, this Contract will be regarded as having been performed if local laws and regulations relating to those services have been satisfied, even if the laws of Canada have not been met.

14. Authority on Tour

At all times the decision of the Company's tour leader or representative will be final on all matters likely to endanger the safety and well being of the tour. By booking with the Company, the Client agrees to abide by the authority of the tour leader or Company representative. The Client must at all times strictly comply with the laws, customs, foreign exchange and drug regulations of all countries visited. If the Client is affected by any condition, medical or otherwise, that might affect other people's enjoyment of the tour, the Client must advise The Company at the time of booking. Should the Client fail to comply with the above or commit any illegal act when on the tour or, if in the opinion of the tour leader, the Client's behavior is causing or is likely to cause danger, distress or annoyance to others the Company may terminate that Client's travel arrangements without any liability on the Company's part and the Client will not be entitled to any refund for unused or missed services or costs incurred resulting from the termination of the travel arrangements.

15. Travel Documents

1. Valid Passport: The Client must be in possession of a valid passport required for entry, departure and travel through each destination point along the itinerary of the tour, (passport must be valid 6 months past the return date), all visas, permits and certificates including vaccination certificates, insurance policies, required for the whole of the journey. The Client accepts full responsibility for obtaining all such documents, visas and permits prior to the start of the tour, and is solely responsible for any adverse consequences resulting from missing or defective documentation. Any information or advice given by the Company regarding visas, vaccinations, climate, clothing, baggage, special equipment, etc. is purely advisory, provided as a courtesy to the Client, and the Company is not responsible for any errors or omissions as to the information provided by third parties such as the appropriate governmental authorities.

2. Documents: To expedite the issuing of The Company travel documents please note that all tour related travel documents such as vouchers, itineraries and invoices will be sent via email once full payment has been received by the Company. The Company reserves the right to impose an Administration Fee on those Clients who wish to receive their travel documents by other means.

16. Factors Outside the Company's Control (Force Majeure)

The Company shall not be liable in any way to the Client for death, bodily injury, illness, damage, delay or other loss or detriment to person or property, or financial costs both direct and indirect incurred, or for the Company's failure to commence, perform and/ or complete any duty owed to the Client if such death, delay, bodily injury (including emotional distress or injury), illness, damage or other loss or detriment to person or property is caused by Act of God, war or war like operations, mechanical breakdowns, terrorist activities or threat thereof, civil commotions, labor difficulties, interference by authorities, political disturbance, howsoever and where so ever any of the same may arise or be caused, riot, insurrection and government restraint, fire, extreme weather or any other cause whatsoever beyond the reasonable control of the Company the consequences of which could not have been avoided even if all due care had been exercised; or an event which the Company or the supplier of services, even with all due care, could not foresee.

17. Insurance

It is strongly recommended that all Clients obtain travel insurance with a minimum medical coverage of US$200,000 while travelling with the Company and this insurance should cover personal injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, and evacuation expenses. It is also recommended that the coverage be extended to include cancellation, curtailment, and all other expenses that might arise as a result of loss, damage, injury, delay or inconvenience occurring to the Client. The Company shall have no liability for loss, theft of or damage to baggage or personal effects. Personal belongings lost or stolen while unattended by the client in public lounges or other public areas, whether on board a vessel, train, bus, or other mode of transportation, publicly owned or operated by the Company or elsewhere, are not reimbursable. Losses due to ordinary wear and tear, and other acts of God are not reimbursable. The Company cannot accept responsibility for and in no event shall be liable for loss or damage of valuables or other articles left in or on facilities used by the Company such as hotels, home stays, vessels, expedition vehicles, or any other mode of transportation. The Client acknowledges that the cost of the tour does not include insurance, and that the Client is required to obtain separate coverage at an additional cost. When obtaining travel insurance the Client must ensure the insurer is aware of the type of travel to be undertaken.

18. Early Booking Bonuses, Discounts and Promotions

All early booking bonuses, discounts and reduced pricing are applied at the Company's discretion. From time-to-time the Company may offer reduced pricing on selected tours. The reduced pricing applies strictly to new bookings, and bookings that have already provided deposit are locked into their original price and are not entitled to the reduced pricing.

19. Claims or Complaints

If a Client has a complaint against the Company, the Client must first inform the tour leader at the earliest opportunity to allow the grievance to be rectified. If satisfaction is not reached, the tour leader will contact a Company representative whilst on tour in order that the Company is provided the opportunity to rectify the matter. Failure to indicate dissatisfaction whilst on tour will result in the Client's ability to claim compensation from the Company being extinguished or at least reduced. If satisfaction is still not reached through these means on tour then any further complaint must be put in writing to the Company at 'info@thetravelbroker.ca' or The Travel Broker, Customer Service, 1049 Sydenham Road, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7M 3L8 within 30 days of the end of the tour. The Company will not accept any liability for claims received after this period.

20. Client Responsibility

The Client acknowledges he or she will be visiting places where the political, cultural and geographical attributes present certain risks, dangers and physical challenges greater than those present in his or her daily lives. By booking travel with the Company, the Client acknowledges she or he has considered the potential risks, dangers and challenges, and expressly assumes the risks attendant to such travel conditions. The Client is solely responsible for acquainting themselves with customs, weather conditions, physical challenges and laws in effect at each stop along the itinerary, and are encouraged to locate or make contact prior to embarkation with his/her local embassy or consulate in each destination.

21. Optional Extras

Optional extras do not form part of the tour or contract. It is understood and accepted by the Client that any assistance given by the tour leader or representative in arranging optional extras does not render the Company liable for optional extras. Accordingly, the Client hereby releases the Company from all claims and causes of action arising from any damages, loss of enjoyment, inconvenience, or injuries related to the quality of such products. Amongst others, optional extras include kayaking, rafting, horseback riding, sightseeing flights and other extras that are not included in the tour price.

22. Liability

The Company is not responsible for any improper or non-performance of any services forming part of the Contract which are wholly attributable to the fault of the passenger, the unforeseeable or unavoidable act or omission of a third party unconnected with the provision of any services to be provided under the Contract; unusual and unforeseeable circumstances beyond the control of the Company and/or the relevant supplier, the consequences of which could not have been avoided even if all due care had been exercised including (but not limited to) an event of force majeure; or any event which the Company and/or the relevant supplier could not even with all due care have foreseen or forestalled.

In the event that the Company is responsible for any death, injury or illness caused by the negligent acts and/or omissions of its suppliers of services which form part of the Contract then the Company limits its liability, where applicable by the International Conventions. Carriage of Clients and their luggage by sea is governed by the Athens Convention which is expressly incorporated into these Booking Conditions and any liability of the Company for death or personal injury or for loss or damage to luggage arising out of carriage by sea shall be determined solely in accordance with this Convention. The Athens Convention limits the Carrier's liability for death or personal injury or loss or damage to luggage and makes special provision for valuables. It presumes that luggage has been delivered undamaged to the Guest unless written notice is given to the Company and/or the Carrier.

1. in the case of apparent damage, before or at the time of disembarkation or redelivery; or

2. in the case of damage which is not apparent or of loss, within 15 days from the date of disembarkation or redelivery or from the time when such redelivery should have taken place. Any damage payable by the Company up to the Athens Convention limits shall be reduced in proportion to any contributory negligence by the Client and by the maximum deductible specified in Article 8 (4) of the Athens Convention. Copies of the Athens Convention are available from the Company on request.

In so far as the Company may be liable to a Client in respect of claims arising out of carriage by sea, The Company shall be entitled to all the rights, defenses, immunities and limitations available, respectively, to the actual carrier and under the relevant Conventions, and nothing in these Booking Conditions shall be deemed as a surrender thereof. To the extent that any provision in these Booking Conditions is made null and void by the Athens Convention or any legislation compulsorily applicable or is otherwise unenforceable, it shall be void to that extent but not further. The Company's liability will not at any time exceed that of the carrier under its Conditions of Carriage and/or applicable or incorporated conventions or other legislation. Any liability in respect of death and personal injury and loss of and damage to luggage which the Company may incur to the Client, whether under the Contract with the Client in accordance with these Booking Conditions or otherwise, shall always be subject to the limits of liability contained in the Athens Convention for death/personal injury. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary elsewhere in these Booking Conditions, the Company shall not in any circumstances be liable to Clients for any loss or anticipated loss of profit, loss of revenue, loss of use, loss of contract or other opportunity nor for any other consequential or indirect loss or damage of a similar nature. For claims not involving personal injury, death or illness or which are not subject to the Conventions referred to above, any liability the Company may incur for the negligent acts and/or omissions of its suppliers shall be limited to a maximum of the price which the Client paid for the Contract not including insurance premiums and administration charges. Where this relates to loss of and/or damage to luggage and/or other personal possessions then the Company's liability will not exceed $1,000. The Company will not at any time be liable for any loss of or damage to valuables of any nature. The Client is precluded from making a double recovery by making the same claims and seeking recovery against the Company and its suppliers, contractors or other third parties.

23. Suppliers and Independent Contractors

Hotels, shuttle services or other elements of a Package will be arranged by the Company with local suppliers, who may themselves engage the services of local operators and/or sub-contractors. The Company will at all times endeavor to appoint reputable and competent local suppliers. The terms and conditions of the suppliers will be applicable and are expressly incorporated into the Contract. These may limit or exclude liability of the supplier. The liability of the Company will not exceed that of any supplier. Local laws and regulations of the relevant country will be relevant in assessing performance of the services of any supplier. Neither the Company or any carrier is liable for independent contractors.

In respect to cruises, a Vessel carries onboard service providers who may operate as independent contractors. Their services and products are charged as extras . Neither the Company nor the Carrier is responsible for their performance or products. These contractors may include doctors, medical personnel, hairdressers, manicurists, masseuses, photographers, entertainers, fitness instructors, spa personnel, beauticians, Internet and I.T. personnel or other instructional concessionaires, art or other auctioneers, shopkeepers and others providing services. These contractors work directly for the Client when performing their services. Neither the Company nor the Carrier is responsible for any such person's acts or omissions in providing goods or services to the Client. The independent contractors including Shore Excursion providers do not at any time act as agents or representatives of the Company or the carrier. Neither the Company nor the Carrier owns or controls any such independent contractors, makes no representation of any kind as to their performance and does not undertake to supervise their activities. Any Guest using such services or activities shall be deemed to agree and consent that any liability for any death, personal injury, illness, emotional distress, mental suffering or psychological injury to the guest or loss of or damage to property shall be the sole responsibility of the provider of such service or activity. Neither the Company nor the Carrier shall be or become liable or responsible in any way for any act or omission of any such provider pertaining to, or arising from or in connection with such services or activities.

24. Severability

In the event that any term or condition contained herein is unenforceable or void by operation of law or as being against public policy or for any other reason then such term or condition shall be deemed to be severed from this Agreement or amended accordingly only to such extent necessary to allow all remaining Terms and Conditions to survive and continue as binding.

25. Successors and Assigns

These Terms and Conditions shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the Company and the Client and their respective heirs, legal personal representatives, successors and assigns.

26. Applicable Law

The Terms and Conditions and Conditions of Carriage including all matters arising from it are subject to Ontario and Canadian Law and the exclusive jurisdiction of the Ontario and Canadian Courts.

27. Privacy Policy

The Company will provide personal information, as well as any personal information provided in relation to persons whose travel arrangements have been requested by the Client, to suppliers and carriers to enable the operation of the services requested. The Company will do all reasonably possible in endeavoring to protect personal information.

28. Images and Marketing

The Client agrees that during the tour images, photos or videos may be taken by other travellers and/or the Company Staff that may contain the Client in part or in whole. The Client agrees that these images may be reproduced by the Company and the Client grants perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide, irrevocable license to reproduce such images, photos or video in any medium for promotion and publicity purposes. If Client wishes not to have images, photos or videos used by the Company, the Client must advise the Company prior to departure in writing.

29. Updating of Terms and Conditions

The Company reserves the right to update and/or alter these terms and conditions at anytime, and it is the Clients responsibility to be familiar with them. In addition to the Booking Terms and Conditions, the Client shall be bound by the Conditions of Carriage.

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