Travels For You (HAT) BV
Malerstraat 13-unit 09, 1531 NW Wormer, the Netherlands

General Terms and conditions for Package Travel Contracts
Version: October 2020

Article 1 – Definitions
Organizer: The trader who compiles the Travel and offers it – whether or not via a reseller. Likewise, as an Organizer, the trader offering the Travel if it consists of only one Travel Service and the Conditions have been declared applicable.
Traveler: any person who concludes or wants to conclude an contract with the Organizer on a Journey and any person who has the right to travel under the Contract;
Travel service: passenger transport, hire of a motor vehicle or motorcycle, accommodation or other tourist service within the meaning of article 7: 500 sub a BW.
Travel service provider: the service provider that performs a part of the Travel, such as auxiliary persons / accommodation providers / transporters / external guides / etc ..) of the Organizer.
Contract/Confirmation: the Contract including these Conditions whereby the Organizer undertakes towards the Traveler to provide the Journey.
Written: in writing or by electronic means including by e-mail.
Conditions: these general conditions.
Package travel: a package holiday within the meaning of the law.
Travel: a Package Travel or, if the Terms and Conditions have been declared applicable, a single Travel Service.
Force Majeure: an unavoidable and extraordinary circumstance and therefore a situation that arises irrespective of the will of the party invoking it and the consequences of which could not have been avoided despite all reasonable precautions.

Article 2 – Applicability conditions
2.1 Package tours
These Terms and Conditions apply to all Package Holidays offered by the Organizer or agreed with the Organizer and form an inseparable part thereof.
2.2 Linked travel arrangements
These Terms and Conditions can also be declared applicable to Travel Services that are part of a linked travel arrangement. On the Travel Services that have not been agreed with the Organizer, the conditions of the supplier of that Travel Service apply.
2.3 Travel services
These conditions can also be declared applicable to stand alone Travel Services that do not constitute a package tour or linked travel arrangement. Title 7a of Book 7 of the Civil Code containing rules about package travel contracts and linked travel arrangements does not apply in that case. For these Travel Services, no protection applies in the event of the Organizer’s insolvency, unless it is explicitly stated in the offer which party provides cover in the event of the Organizer’s insolvency.
2.4 Different and additional conditions
Deviating and additional conditions must be agreed in writing. Deviating provisions in the individual contract take precedence over these Conditions.

ABOUT THE BOOKING

Article 3 – Establishment Contract
3.1 Content of offer
The Travel offered includes the services and facilities expressly described in the offers and publications of the Organizer. The content of the offer is exclusively determined on the basis of the information provided by or on behalf of the Organizer.
Information in publications from Travel Service Providers is not part of the offer, regardless of whether a link to it is included in the Organizer’s offer. The stated travel time is indicated in whole days, with the day of departure and arrival being counted as whole days.
3.2 Free offer
All quotations and offers by the Organizer are without obligation and can be withdrawn by the Organizer after acceptance in all cases until 5 p.m. on the next working day (Mon-Fri) without giving any reason. This also applies if the Traveler has received an automatic confirmation of receipt of the booking.
3.3 Establishment of the contract
The Contract comes about through the acceptance by the Traveler of the Organizer’s offer.
3.4 Obvious errors
Obvious errors in the offer do not bind the Organizer. This concerns the offer of a price, the content of the offered service or other information of which the Traveler, in view of all circumstances, could not reasonably assume that the Organizer intended to explain this. If there is reason to doubt the accuracy of the price or information, the Traveler must inquire.
3.5 Special wishes
If the Traveler expresses certain preferences before or at the conclusion of the Contract, rights can only be derived in so far as these preferences have been accepted as a special wish by means of a written commitment from the Organizer to the Traveler that the preference will be granted. The single entry as a preference on travel documents and the booking confirmation is not sufficient for this.
3.6 Special requirements
If the Traveler notifies the Organizer at the latest at the time of entering into the Contract in connection with the medical condition or because of other important interests as a ‘requirement’, this is considered a suspensive condition for the conclusion of the Contract. The Organizer must reject the ‘requirement’ within a reasonable period of time or confirm it and ensure that it is complied with. A period of 7 days is in any case considered reasonable. If the Organizer rejects the requirement, no Contract will be concluded. If the Organizer confirms the ‘requirement’, then the Contract is concluded by sending confirmation. If additional costs are attached to the requirements and these are known, the Organizer makes a new offer to the Traveler.
3.7 Confirmation of receipt of the booking
If the Traveler accepts the confirmation electronically, the Organizer will acknowledge receipt of the acceptance sent by the Traveler.
3.8 Confirmation of the booking
The Organizer immediately sends a booking confirmation after the booking of the trip together with a (down payment) invoice.
3.9 Revocation by traveler
A booking of the Travel is final. The Traveler has no right to revoke the Contract.
3.10 Minors
The Traveler who books the trip must be of age. If a minor (<18 years) travels without the persons who have authority over the minor, these persons must send a signed declaration of consent within 7 days of the booking. In this case, by way of derogation from paragraph 3 of this article, the Contract will only become definitive after receipt of this declaration by the Organizer.
3.11 Bookings for other Travelers & Communications
The Traveler who enters into an Contract on behalf of or for the benefit of one or more other Travelers is jointly and severally liable for all obligations ensuing there from. The other Travelers are each responsible for their own part. The confirmation, the invoice, the travel documents and all other communication is only sent to the Passenger who makes the booking. The Passenger who books the Journey on behalf of or for the benefit of others is obliged – with the permission of that person – to disclose relevant personal circumstances of those other Passengers who may influence the performance of the Contract with the registration. The Traveler who books the Journey on behalf of or on behalf of others is obliged to provide these other Passengers with these Conditions and other relevant communication.

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Article 4 – Information by the Organizer
4.1 Travel sum
Prices mentioned are per person, unless explicitly stated otherwise. The offered travel sum includes all known unavoidable additional costs, unless the costs can not be processed in the fare or not yet confessed. In that case, these costs or the nature of the costs are clearly and near the fare. If the fare is age-dependent, the age on the date of Contract is decisive.
4.2 Information by the Organizer after booking
Upon conclusion of the Contract or immediately thereafter, the Organizer will provide the Traveler with the Contract including the accepted special wishes of the Traveler and information tailored to the nationality concerning the required travel documents (passports, visas, etc.) and any formalities regarding health area and other legally required information.
4.3 Information by the Organizer for the Journey
Timely before the start of the Travel and at the latest when providing the travel documents, the Traveler receives detailed information about the booked Travel including information about the planned departure times, the latest time to check in, the scheduled stops and arrival and, if applicable, the name of the airline operating the air transport.
4.4 Travel documents needed
The Passenger must have the travel documents necessary for the Journey throughout the Journey, such as a passport, visa, vaccination certificates, etc. In view of the great importance of this, the Passenger must provide the general information provided by the Organizer with the relevant information to check authorities and institutions for applicability, completeness and topicality.
The Traveler must verify, prior to booking the trip, that there is sufficient time to obtain the necessary travel documents in connection with the possibly long lead time of an application for travel documents and in particular any visa required. If the Traveler can not make the Journey or not entirely because of the absence of valid, complete and correct travel documents, the ensuing costs will be entirely for the account of the Traveler.
4.5 Travel documents supplied by the Organizer
The travel documents (transport tickets, vouchers, etc.) will be sent to the Traveler in time and at the latest 7 days before departure, unless the invoice has not yet been paid in full. If the Traveler has not received the travel documents 5 days before departure, he / she must inform the Organizer without delay. Final departure times and arrival times are stated in the travel documents.
4.6 Information about insurance
The Organizer provides the Traveler with information about the possibility of taking out cancellation insurance and travel insurance for the conclusion of the Contract. The Organizer may require such insurance if the Passenger has been informed of this in writing prior to the conclusion of the Contract.

Article 5 – Information by the Traveler
5.1 Relevant information from the Traveler (s)
Before or at the conclusion of the Contract, the Passenger who makes the booking shall provide all information relevant to the Travel of himself and the other Travelers he or she has registered. In particular, this concerns information about the Travelers or the composition of the group if this may affect the health or safety of the Traveler or others during the Journey. If the information provided is incorrect or incomplete, this may result in the Traveler being excluded from participation by the Organizer or the Travel Service Providers. In that case, the Traveler will owe the cancellation costs in accordance with Article 9, paragraph 2. Other costs arising from this are also for the account of the Traveler.
5.2 Reduced mobility, pregnant women, unaccompanied minors and illness
Passengers with reduced mobility and their escorts, pregnant women, unaccompanied minors and travelers with a disease that may have an effect on the Journey must pride this infomation when entering into the Contract or in any case as soon as possible after the Passenger is aware of this at the time of the contract. These Travelers must verify with the carrier whether a medical certificate is required to travel.

PAYMENTS AND MORE

Article 6 – Payment
6.1 Deposit payment
After the Contract is concluded, 25% of the travel sum must be paid within 7 days after receipt of the deposit invoice.
6.2 Remaining payment
The remainder of the travel sum must be paid no later than 8 weeks before the start date of the Trip. At the conclusion of the Contract within 8 weeks before the start date of the Travel, the full travel sum must be paid by return and in any case before the start of the Travel.
6.3 Default and interest
If the Passenger does not pay within the a fore mentioned or stated on the invoice, the Passenger will be in default without any further notice of default being required and the legal interest will be owed on the outstanding amount from then on.
6.4 Collection costs
The Traveler is obliged to pay the extrajudicial collection costs if the Traveler has been summoned not to pay within a period of fourteen days, starting the day after the reminder has been received, stating the consequences of the absence of payment, including the exact collection costs that will be paid advanced. The extra judicial collection costs amount to 15% of the demanded up to € 2500, 10% over the subsequent € 2500, 5% over the subsequent € 5000 and 1% over the excess, with a minimum of € 40.
6.5 Further consequences of non-payment
If the Traveler is in default, the Organizer may suspend the sending of the travel documents without further notice until full payment has been received. If payment is not made after a reminder or if no payment has been made before the start of the trip, the Organizer has the right to exclude the Traveler from participation. The obligation to pay remains. Instead of excluding the Traveler from participation, the Organizer may cancel the Contract and charge the relevant cancellation costs to the Traveler. The provisions of this paragraph are without prejudice to other rights of the Organizer.

Article 7 – Substation
7.1 Conditions and notification
A Traveler can transfer the Journey to another person who meets all conditions attached to the Journey. The Traveler requests the Organizer to substitute the person no later than 7 days before the start of the Journey, at least with due observance of a reasonable period within which the necessary actions can be performed. Transfer is only possible insofar as the conditions of the Travel Service Provider concerned allow this.
If air tickets are part of the Journey, transfer of the flight tickets is generally not possible. Transfer of the entire journey is then usually only possible if – at the expense of the Traveler – a new airline ticket is booked.
7.2 Joint and several liability and extra costs
The Traveler and the person who takes over the Travel are jointly and severally liable for the payment of the outstanding amount and for any additional fees, surcharges and other costs arising from the substitution, including modification costs.

Article 8 – Change by the Traveler
8.1 Change
The Traveler who has booked the Journey can request the Organizer in writing to amend the Contract. The Organizer is not obliged to comply with this request. The Organizer informs the Traveler of the new travel sum. If the Traveler agrees with the costs of the change, the new travel sum and change costs will be due. If the new travel sum is lower than the original travel sum, the difference will be settled with the change costs due.
8.2 Adjustment of departure date or number of passengers
A request to change the departure date does not constitute a change, but a cancellation. Reducing the number of paying passengers is no change, but a partial cancellation. The cancellation regulation of Article 9, paragraph 2, applies to this.

Article 9 – Cancellation by the Traveler
9.1 Cancellation
The Traveler may terminate the Contract at any time before the start of the Travel. Cancellation must take place in writing. The date on which the Written cancellation is received by the Organizer is deemed to be the time of cancellation. In the case of receipt after 5.00 pm or on the weekend, the next working day (Mon-Fri) is regarded as the date of receipt.
9.2 Cancellation costs
The Traveler is due the following amounts for cancelling the Travel:
a.from the date of booking to 56 days before the day of departure: 25% of the travel sum;
b.from 55 days up to and including 28 days before the day of departure: 60% of the travel sum;
c.from 27 days to 1 day before the day of departure: 90% of the travel sum;
d.on the day of departure or later (incl. ‘no show’): 100% of the travel sum.

Article 10 – Price change
10.1 Price change
The Organizer can reserve the right in the Contract to increase or change the travel sum with regard to Contracts already entered into until 20 days before the day of departure as a result of price changes in costs of fuel or other energy sources, taxes or fees of not directly related to the execution of the Travel involved third parties and / or exchange rates. The price revision method must be known before the booking and is part of the Contract.
10.2 Termination by Traveler
If the increase amounts to more than 8% of the travel sum, the Traveler has the right to terminate the Contract. In that case, the Traveler is entitled to immediate repayment of the amounts paid or a voucher for a rebook of the travel. The Organizer shall provide the Traveler with a reasonable period of time within which the Traveler must have notified in writing whether it terminates the Contract. If the Contract is not terminated within the set term, the price increase will be deemed to have been accepted and the right to termination will lapse.

Article 11 – Change by Organizer
11.1 Changes
The Organizer has the right to change the Contract unilaterally prior to commencement of the Journey, insofar as it concerns non-substantial changes. The Traveler is informed here in Writing and in a clear manner.
11.2 Major changes
If necessary, the Organizer can significantly change the main characteristics of the Contract before the start of the Journey. This also includes the provision of an alternative Journey which, if reasonably possible, is of at least equal quality. In that case, the Traveler can accept the change or terminate the Contract without payment of cancellation costs.
11.3 Change in an agreed special request
If the Organizer can not meet an agreed special request of the Traveler with a reasonable effort then the Organizer can change the Journey on this part. In that case, the Traveler can accept the change or terminate the Contract without payment of cancellation costs.
11.4 Term
In the event of major changes, the Organizer will provide the Traveler with a reasonable period within which the Traveler must have notified the Organizer in Writing or terminates the Contract. If the Contract is not terminated within the set term, the change will be deemed to have been accepted and the right to termination will lapse.
11.5 Price reduction
If the change has the effect of reducing the quality or costs of the Journey, the Passenger will be entitled to AN appropriate price reduction.
11.6 Notification
In case of major changes, the Organizer will immediately inform the Traveler of:
– the changes,
– the reasonable period within which the Traveler must inform the Organizer in Writing of his decision whether the Traveler terminates the Contract,
– the consequence that if the Traveler does not respond in time the change will be deemed to be accepted and the right to termination will lapse.
– if offered, the content of a replacement journey or the amount of the appropriate price reduction.11.7 Damages on rejection of the change
If the Journey is terminated and the cause of the change is attributed to the Organizer, the Organizer shall offer the Passenger an appropriate compensation. If the Travel is terminated and the cause of the change must be attributed to the Traveler, the resulting damage will be charged to the Traveler. If the Travel is terminated and the cause of the change can not be attributed to the Traveler or the Organizer, the parties each bear their own damage.

Article 12 – Cancellation by the Organizer
12.1 Cancellation
The Organizer is entitled to cancel the Contract before the start of the trip and refund the Traveler for all amounts paid for the Trip without being liable to pay damages:
a) that the number of participants is smaller than the required minimum number of participants made known prior to the booking. The organiser shall inform you of this at the latest:
– 20 days before the start of the Journey with a Journey of 6 days or more.
– 7 days before the start of the Journey with a Journey of 2 to 6 days.
– 48 hours prior to commencement of the journey on a Travel of less than 2 days.
b) in the event of force majeure, which means a situation where the performance of a contractual obligation has become impossible for a party due to an event which was beyond their control.
12.2 Termination due to the actions of the Traveler
In the event that the Traveler does not meet predefined participation requirements or if incorrect or incomplete information about experience, skills, physical or mental condition or other relevant topics is provided by or on behalf of the Traveler, the Organizer has the right to terminate the Contract. This does not affect other rights of the Organizer.

EXECUTION OF THE TRAVEL

Article 13 – Responsibility
13.1 Good execution of the Journey
The Organizer is responsible for the execution of the Travel Services to which the Contract relates, regardless of whether these Travel Services are carried out by the Organizer himself or by another Travel Service Provider.
13.2 Changes to travel schedule and travel times
The Organizer will inform the Traveler about changes to the itinerary or travel times. If the Organizer is not aware of the place of stay, the Traveler will only be informed on the e-mail address or mobile phone number known to the Organizer.

Article 14 – Conformity & non-conformity
14.1 Conformity
The Organizer must execute the Contract in accordance with the expectations that the Traveler reasonably could have on the basis of the publications, the Contract and the circumstances at the travel destinations.
14.2 Compulsory traveler’s obligation
The Traveler will inform the Travel Service Provider and the Organizer in accordance with Article 18 of a non-conformity that the Traveler has observed during the performance of a Travel Service included in the Contract.
14.3 Solution by the Organizer
The Organizer ensures that the reported non-conformity is remedied. The non-conformity need not be remedied if this is impossible or involves disproportionately high costs taking into account the degree of non-conformity and the value of the Travel Services concerned.
14.4 Solution by the Traveler
If the non-conformity is not remedied within a reasonable period set by the Traveler, the Traveler has the possibility to remedy the non-conformity himself and to request reimbursement of the expenses.
14.5 Alternative journey
If a substantial part of the Travel Services can not be performed as agreed, the Organizer will offer a suitable alternative, without additional costs for the Traveler. The Traveler is entitled to a price reduction if the alternative is of lower quality. The Traveler can only reject the alternative offered if it is not comparable or the price reduction is inadequate.
14.6 Termination by the Traveler with significant consequences
If the non-conformity has significant consequences for the execution of the Journey and the Organizer has not rectified this within a reasonable period set by the Traveler, the Passenger can terminate the Contract without payment of cancellation costs. If the Contract also includes transport, the Organizer shall also provide for immediate repatriation of the Traveler with equivalent transport without additional costs upon termination by the Traveler.
14.7 Price reduction and compensation
In case of termination under the previous paragraph or in case the Contract is not terminated and no alternatives have been agreed, the Traveler is entitled to appropriate price reduction and appropriate compensation.
14.8 Conditions for price reduction
If the Traveler is entitled to an appropriate price reduction, this only applies to the period in which there was non-conformity. The Traveler is in no way entitled to a price reduction in so far as the non-conformity can be attributed to the Traveler.

Article 15 – Help and assistance
15.1 Compulsory assistance
The Organizer shall provide the Traveler with immediate assistance and assistance if the Traveler is in difficulty, in particular by providing good information about medical services, local authorities and consular assistance and helping the Traveler to use remote communication and to find alternative travel arrangements.
15.2 Costs
The Organizer shall charge a reasonable fee for the assistance and assistance if the difficulties arose due to intent or negligence on the part of the Traveler.

LIABILITY

Article 16 – Liability, compensation & exoneration
16.1 Damages
Damages include both damage and compensation for lost travel.
16.2 Allocation & Exoneration
The Traveler is in no way entitled to compensation for damage incurred by the Traveler as a result of non-conformity, insofar as the non-conformity is due to:
the Traveler;
third parties that are not directly involved in the execution of the Contract and the non-conformity could not be foreseen or prevented;
unavoidable and exceptional circumstances that ocur at the destination or in the immediate vicinity.
16.3 Liability exclusion
Any liability of the Organizer for damage is limited to three times the travel sum, unless the damage follows from the death or personal injury of the Traveler or the damage is caused by deliberate or negligent action by the Organizer.
16.4 Liability exclusion under treaty or EU regulation
If the Organizer can be held liable for any damage, including damage resulting from the death or personal injury of the Traveler, this liability will in any case be limited or excluded to the limits permitted in accordance with the applicable international conventions and / or EU regulations pertaining to the individual Travel Services.
16.5 Insured damage
The Organizer is not liable for damage of the Traveler covered by insurance, such as care, travel or cancellation insurance.
16.6 Prescription
Each claim of the Traveler for compensation for damage will lapse two years after the Journey has taken place or if the trip has not taken place two years after the scheduled date of commencement.
16.7 No accumulation of fees
If due to the same event compensation or compensation is due under international treaties or EU regulations, such as the Regulation on air passengers’ rights in the event of denied boarding, cancellation or long delay, this compensation or compensation will not accumulate with the compensation or price reduction under this Contract. The compensation or compensation will be deducted from the compensation or price reduction owed by the Organizer under this Contract. For the above it does not matter whether the compensation or compensation under international treaties or EU regulations is owed by the Organizer or a travel service provider engaged by it.

OBLIGATIONS TRAVELER

Article 17 – Obligations of Traveler
17.1 Behavior and follow-up of instructions
The Traveler must act as a reasonably acting Traveler and is obliged to follow all instructions to promote the proper execution of the Organizer’s Journey and the Travel Service Providers.
17.2 Consequences of non-compliance – exclusion from participation
In the event of non-compliance with instructions or in the event that a Traveler causes a nuisance, the Organizer or the Travel Service Provider will be entitled to partially or wholly deny the Traveler the further participation in the Travel or Travel Service. The Traveler is not entitled to a refund of funds in such a case. Further costs incurred as a result are for the account and risk of the Traveler.
17.3 Warning
Before proceeding to the exclusion of participation, the Traveler is first given an oral or written warning. A warning is not required if this can not be demanded from the Organizer or Travel Service Provider given the circumstances of the case, taking into account the behavior of the Traveler, the expected chance of improvement of the behavior, the effect on the Travel and other Travelers, the risk of damage and the safety of the Travelers and others.
17.4 Liability traveler
The Traveler is liable for damage caused by his behavior, failure to comply with the obligations in this article or damage that must otherwise be attributed to him. The Traveler indemnifies the Organizer of claims from Travel Service Providers or third parties involved in the Travel for damage caused or attributed to him by the Traveler.

OTHER PROVISIONS

Article 18 – Complaints
18.1 Information
Before the start of the Journey, the Organizer will provide the contact details in case of emergency of the Organizer and, if applicable, his local representative.
18.2 Reporting on the spot
If the Traveler believes that the Journey is performed in a non-compliant manner, he must report this non-conformity immediately, but in any case during the Journey to the Travel Service Provider concerned so that he can find a solution. If the tour guide of the Organizer is on site, the complaint must also be reported to the tour guide without delay. If there is no tour guide on site, the complaint must also be clearly reported to the Organizer. This notification can be made per whatsapp, SMS text message, by telephone by e-mail. The Organizer sends the Traveler a confirmation of the report via the same medium and by e-mail.
18.3 Report unresolved complaint after return
All complaints that according to the Traveler are not or not fully remedied or compensated during the Travel, must be submitted to the Organizer in Writing and with reasons within two months after the return. The Organizer is obliged to respond with motivation within one month of receipt of the complaint.
18.4 Consequences not or late notification of the non-conformity or complaint
Not complaining or not complaining in time in accordance with the second paragraph [Reporting on the spot] of this article may affect the amount of any price reduction or compensation, unless the Organizer’s interests are not adversely affected by not complaining in time. Complaints that are not received in time after return will not be processed, unless this is not reasonable in the circumstances of the case.

Article 19 – Other provisions
19.1 Third party rights
Subordinates, auxiliary persons and other third parties involved in the execution of the Contract can invoke the provisions of the Contract and these Terms and Conditions (including the liability exclusions) towards the Traveler.
19.2 Replacement provisions
If mandatory law precludes the validity of a provision in these Conditions or if a provision is annulled, that provision shall be deemed to have been converted into a valid provision that, as far as possible, approximates the original intention in terms of content and scope.

19.3 Applicable law
Only Dutch law applies to the offer, the Contract and the execution of the Contract. Without prejudice to this choice of law, a consumer shall enjoy the protection afforded by the mandatory law of his country of residence if the Organizer directs commercial activities (including advertising) on the agreed journey to the country where the consumer is domiciled, unless the services are not entirely or partially performed in that country.
19.4 Competent court
The Dutch court has exclusive jurisdiction, unless this is contrary to mandatory law.

Article 20. Force Majeure
20.1 In the event that the Supplier is prevented by force majeure of a permanent or temporary nature from performing of continuing to perform his obligations under the Contract, the Supplier shall be entitled, without giving rise to any liability in damages, by giving notice to that effect and without judicial intervention being required, to rescind the Contract in whole or in part, without prejudice to the Suppliers right to demand payment from the Customer for performances rendered prior to the commencement of the force majeure, or to suspend in whole or in part the performance or continued performance of the Contract.
The Supplier shall notify the Customer in writing forthwith of any situation involving force majeure.
In the event of suspension of performance in whole or in part, the Supplier shall retain the right to subsequently rescind the Contract in whole or in part.
20.2 If neither the Customer nor the Supplier can fulfill his obligations as a result of the Force Majeure, the Provider will make a written proposal to the Customer to reschedule the travel date within one year after the original booking should have taken place under the same general travel conditions.
When rebooking an original booking to a subsequent year of booking, the cancellation conditions apply of the date on which the rebooking was established apply. These will remain in effect until the next cancellation period for the rebooking is reached.
In case the customer accepts the rebooking, the right for reimbursemen of payment received for the original booking lapses. The payments already received from the original booking will be deducted from the rebooking.
20.3 In the event that the Customer is unable to accept the rebooking proposal within 14 days from the date of the proposal of the Supplier, he is entitled to a refund of amounts already paid, less costs incurred by the Supplier for the purpose of the agreement.
The Supplier does not reimburse the costs incurred by the Traveler for services not covered by the Contract, such as vaccinations, visas, purchasing materials, insurance, surcharges for the guarantee scheme and, if not included in the Trip, the flight, tickets, accommodation, etc.

Article 21 Guarantee Fund
Travels For You works with an approved guarantee fund. This fund offers our travelers the guarantee that they will receive back the deposit(s) for their travel, and possibly get reimbursed for their return journey, in case the tour organizer cannot meet his obligations due to financial insolvency. A mandatory surcharge per person will be charged for each booking.