Terms Of Service

In this Agreement, “We”, “Us”, “Our” mean
_______nDeeringDestinations_______ (“Agency”), “You”, “Your” mean the traveler and anyone traveling under the same booking.
___nDeeringDestinations______ is an independent travel agency that contracts with third-party suppliers (each a “Supplier” and
collectively, “Suppliers”) as a booking agent to provide travel products including tours, cruises, hotels, airline tickets and rental
cars. All reservation services provided, and travel services coordinated by us are subject to these Terms and Conditions. By
booking a reservation through our Agency, you have agreed to and have accepted these Terms and Conditions. Our booking terms and
conditions take precedence over Supplier terms and conditions. Each supplier is an independent entity with its own management and is
not subject to control by our Agency.  We will notify you via email when the booking has been confirmed.
These Terms and Conditions are subject to change at any time, without prior written notice; therefore, you should read these Terms
and Conditions carefully prior to confirming travel services.  Cancellation and change penalties by our Agency may apply to these
arrangements, as further stated in our Terms.
Rates and Inclusions
Quoted rates are based on the exact inclusions provided in writing to you. Unless specifically itemized, rates do not include inspection fees for U.S. Customs and Immigration, cost incurred for VISAS and passports, seat assignments, Air Transportation Tax, Agricultural tax,
airport taxes and fees including September 11th security fee, passenger facility charges, Federal domestic flight segment fees and
U.S. International travel and departure fees, and other government imposed fees, port taxes, vaccinations, gratuities, meals and
beverages except as noted and on cruises or all-inclusive resorts, alcohol, resort fees, locally paid city taxes, hotel energy charges,
parking and valet services, laundry service, additional bedding charges, telephone calls, minibar, optional excursions, airport
transfers, non-qualifying flights, porterage at airports and train stations, travel insurance premiums, and any other miscellaneous
charges of a personal nature.
Third Party Suppliers
The Suppliers providing tours, excursions, transportation, accommodations and other components of your trip or vacation are
independent contractors and are not agents, affiliates, representatives, or employees of us. All documentation, receipts,
confirmations, and tickets issued are subject to the terms and conditions specified by the Supplier.
Additional terms and conditions, separate from this Agreement, will apply to your reservation and other purchase of travel-related goods
and services. Please read these additional terms and conditions carefully. You agree to abide by the terms and conditions of purchase
imposed by any Supplier with whom you elect to deal, including, but not limited to, payment of all amounts when due and compliance
with the Supplier’s rules and restrictions regarding availability and use of fares, products, or services. We reserve the right to cancel
your booking if full payment is not received in a timely fashion. You acknowledge that some third-party providers offering certain services and/or activities may require you to sign their liability waiver prior to participating in the service and/or activity they offer. You understand that any violation of any such supplier’s rules and restrictions may result in cancellation of your reservation(s), denied access to the applicable travel product or services, forfeiting any monies paid for such reservation(s), and/or your responsibility to cover any cost we incur because of such violation. Any additional terms and conditions will be provided to you in written form via email.
Personal Information
You consent to our use of your personal information. You understand that as part of booking any travel services certain personal
information may be conveyed to third parties in order to accommodate your travel. Such information includes birth dates,
passport numbers, travel dates, occupation, frequent flyer information, bank accounts, credit cards and other financial
information needed to secure travel arrangements. You will not hold us liable for the distribution of your information to third-party
supplier(s). Our liability for the failure of any foreign supplier to protect your personal information is specifically excluded. We keep
your personal information only as long as needed to provide information for our sole use of travel and other services for you and
for a reasonable length of time thereafter for legal or business purposes.
Terms and Conditions for groups will deviate from FIT (Free Independent Travelers) guidelines. See your Group Sales Contract for details.

Reservations and Payment
By providing your credit card details for payment of any kind, you acknowledge and accept our Terms and Conditions and agree to
abide by them. You authorize us to charge your credit card for the charges associated with your travel booking. By authorizing us to
charge your credit card, either through our payment authorization form or through the phone, you acknowledge that you understand
and agree to all the terms and conditions of the booking, including but not limited to, all cancellation policies.
Payments to Agency in currency other than U.S. Dollar will be converted at current exchange rate to USD. U.S. Dollar payments by
Agency to suppliers will be converted at current exchange rate for local country currency.
Terms and Conditions
By paying our planning fee and/or giving us a deposit, or making a booking, you acknowledge that you have read and accept our Terms
and Conditions on behalf of yourself and anyone in your party. The lead traveler assumes responsibility for sharing these Terms and
Conditions with all parties in the booking. It is the responsibility of each party to read these Terms and Conditions. If there is any part of
these Terms and Conditions that you do not understand, please contact us for clarification.
Purchase is not complete until the deposit(s) and other monies due have been processed and confirmation of booking has been provided
to you. Receipt of payment and confirmation from us confirms agreement to these Terms and Conditions. If final payment is not
received by the due date, all components of the booking could be cancelled by the Supplier without a refund of payments previously
made. We are not responsible for penalties, fare increases, or fees incurred
due to any late payments, all of which must be paid by you.
Revisions, Deviations and Cancellations
Any revisions or deviations made to a reservation are subject to a fee of USD $___0__ per ___1 revision___ in addition to any other
Supplier charges and penalties. No refunds will be given for any unused or partially used service(s).
The cancellation of any service(s) made by you or anyone in your party while traveling, is not eligible for any refund whatsoever. In
limited cases, some hotels do not permit changes to or cancellation of reservations after they are made, as indicated in the rules and
restrictions for the hotel reservation. You agree to abide by the terms and conditions imposed with respect to your hotel reservations and agree to pay any cancellation or change fees that may be incurred. Notwithstanding cancellation charges stated herein, further
cancellation policies as they specifically apply to our Agency are as follows: __N/A_
No Shows
Failure to travel or show up for any reservation is considered a “noshow”. No show penalties will be up to entire cost of reservation and
are subject to policies and procedures set forth by us.
Refunds, Chargebacks and Adjustments
Claim for refunds and/or adjustments must be made within ___10__ days of the disputed dates of travel. Full details and proof of payment documentation must accompany all claims. Please allow up to 30 days to process refunds from the date of cancelled travel. No refunds will be issued for cancellations due to actual or threatened terrorist events or due to fear of travel from actual or threatened terrorist, health, political or similar events. Supplier terms are separate from our Agency’s terms. Please refer to the Supplier terms and conditions for details on their policies. You waive any right to a chargeback in case of cancellation (except for fraud) including Force Majeure event(s) (as described below) and agree to refund policies and procedures outlined in these Terms and Conditions. In the event you attempt a chargeback, reverse, or recollect a trip payment already made without our authorization, we have the right to collect additional costs, fees, and expenses associated with the chargeback, including, but not limited to, attorney fees. If a Future Travel Credit (“FTC”) or Future Cruise Credit (FCC) was issued to a client prior to a chargeback, we reserve the right to immediately rescind the FTC upon notification of the chargeback. If we agree to offer FTC after a chargeback has been received, the chargeback will incur a minimum USD $_50_ fee deducted from the
FTC or FCC.  Washington State: If transportation or other services are canceled by the seller of travel, all sums paid to the seller of travel for services
not performed in accordance with the contract between the seller of travel and the purchaser will be refunded within thirty days of
receiving the funds from the vendor with whom the services were arranged, or if the funds were not sent to the vendor, the funds shall
be returned within fourteen days after cancellation by the seller of travel to the purchaser unless the purchaser requests the seller of
travel to apply the money to another travel product and/or date. California and Illinois Residents: If travel services or transportation is
cancelled and the traveler is not a fault and has not cancelled in violation of any terms and conditions previously clearly and
conspicuously disclosed and agreed to by the traveler, all monies paid to the seller of travel for services not provided will be promptly
paid to the traveler, unless traveler advises seller of travel in writing after cancellation. In California, this provision does not apply where
the seller of travel has remitted payment to another registered wholesale seller of travel or a carrier without obtaining a refund, and
where the wholesaler or provider defaults in providing the agreed upon transportation or service. In this situation, the seller of travel
must provide the traveler with a written statement accompanied by bank records to establish the disbursement of the payment and if
disbursed to a wholesale seller of travel, proof of that wholesaler’s current registration. Seller of Travel Disclosures; State of __n/a ___
law requires certain sellers of travel to have a trust account or bond.  n/a____ has a trust account with ___n/a___. __n/a____ to be a
participant in the State of California Consumer Restitution Fund (TCRF). This transaction is covered by the TRCF if the seller of travel
was registered and participating in the TCRF at the time of the sale and the traveler is in the State of California at the time of payment.
Eligible travelers may file a claim with the TCRF if the traveler is owed a refund of more than $300 for the transportation or travel services
which the seller of travel failed to forward to a proper provider or such money was not refunded to you when required. The maximum
amount which may be paid by the TCRF to any one traveler is the total amount paid on behalf of the traveler to the seller of travel, not
to exceed $15,000. A claim must be submitted to TCRF within 12 months after the scheduled completion date of travel. Claims must
include sufficient documentation to prove your claim and a $35 processing fee. Claimants must agree to waive their right to other
civil remedies against a registered participating seller of travel for matters arising out or a sale for which you file a TCRF claim. You may
request a claim form by writing to: Travel Consumer Restitution Corporation, PO Box 6001, Lockspur, CA 94977-6001; or by visiting
TCRC website at: www.tcrcinfo.org If you are purchasing from outside of California, this transaction is not covered by the California
Travel Restitution Fund. Traveler Identification and Proof of Citizenship The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires all airline
passengers to provide Secure Flight Passenger Data (SFPD): Full name as it appears on Government-Issued I.D., Date of Birth, Gender,
Redress number (if available). The name of the traveler on all reservations and travel documents
must match the name as it appears on the traveler’s GovernmentIssued I.D. The traveler is responsible for any fees and expenses that
may be incurred due to an incorrect name or the denial of travel resulting from incorrect information. Updated information regarding
security measures and requirements for air travel is available at www.tsa.gov. It is highly recommended that travelers check this
website prior to traveling to their scheduled destination. All U.S. citizens traveling to or from any international destination must have a
valid passport which must be valid for a minimum of six months beyond the return travel date. It is the traveler’s responsibility to
verify current entry requirements and obtain the necessary travel documentation based on the country of origin, destination, and any
additional countries in which a stop is scheduled. Minors of 17 and under traveling alone or with a single parent may be required to have
additional documentation on domestic or international flights. No refund will be issued for losses incurred because of failure to obtain
or provide required travel documentation.
Hotel accommodation is subject to availability at the time of
reservation. Some hotels require NONREFUNDABLE and NONTRANSFERABLE deposits to guarantee a booking. In such cases, we
will notify you for the NON-REFUNDABLE prepayment for that portion of the trip. Amenities such as elevators, air conditioning, bedding
size, etc., are not guaranteed in all properties. In addition, even if a property has amenities such as air conditioning or elevator, it is not
guaranteed that it will be operational or available during your stay. Reimbursement for lack of amenities is solely the responsibility of
the hotels, and while we may act as an intermediary, we cannot be held responsible for such reimbursement under any circumstances.
Special Travel Needs (accessibility, disabilities)
If you have disabilities or special needs that may require nonemergency special services, additional support, or accommodation of
a disability you should advise us in advance of booking so that we can request assistance or arrange for appropriate services or
equipment. In some cases when you are unable to use your own wheelchairs, mobility devices, medical equipment or devices, rental
of special equipment or devices may result in additional charges. Airlines may impose charges for additional baggage and may have
size restrictions for wheelchairs they can accommodate. If you travel with a service animal or emotional support animal, some suppliers
may require advance arrangements and special documentation for the animal’s health and training. Countries outside the United States
and Canada have laws and regulations that often apply different standards or accommodation for persons with disabilities or special
needs. We will assist travelers with disabilities or special needs however, we are not responsible for the failure of suppliers to meet
your needs when the supplier follows the laws and regulations of local jurisdictions. Additionally, the laws and regulations of local
jurisdictions covering travelers with disabilities or special needs may change in the legal or regulatory realm of the places you visit on your
trip. Some destinations may have limited medical facilities or limited availability of prescription medications. You should consult your
health provider about your trip. Some travel insurance plans may provide access to emergency medical care, medical evacuation, and
Air Arrangements
Please note that most airlines consider a name change to be a cancellation. Travelers are responsible to confirm airline baggage
allowances for all flights. International flights may have different requirements than domestic flights. Excess luggage fees are the
responsibility of the traveler. Tickets of any kind are payable in full and are NON-REFUNDABLE at the time of booking.
Airline tickets are completely NONREFUNDABLE and NONEXCHANGEABLE once purchased. We are not responsible for any
loss, accident, injury, delay, defect, omission, or irregularity which may occur, such as changes, additional expenses, and cancellations
due to weather conditions, schedule changes and other changes beyond our control. You agree to abide by safety guidelines of all
airlines and hold us harmless from any liability due to airline restrictions. Airline seat assignments are not complimentary on every
airline. Charges for pre-assigned seats in advance of flight time may be subject to additional charges from those carriers. We cannot
guarantee seats in specific locations or next to each other. This is strictly based on availability at the time seats are being selected.
Airlines are at liberty to change the aircraft and seat assignment at any time. We cannot be held responsible for any changes made by an
airline, or any additional charges imposed by those airlines f, or any seats after they have been selected and paid for in advance.
Hazardous Materials and Insecticides
All passengers are prohibited by Federal law from bringing hazardous materials aboard aircraft in their luggage or on their person.
Violations can result in up to five year’s imprisonment and penalties of $250,000 or more (49 U.S.C. 5124). Such materials include
explosives, compressed gases, flammable fluids and solids, oxidizers, poisons, corrosives and radioactive materials. Examples:
paints, lighter fluid, fireworks, tear gases, oxygen bottles and radiopharmaceuticals. There are special exceptions for small
quantities (up to 70 ounces total) of medical and toilet articles carried in your luggage and certain smoking materials on your
person. You should contact your airline’s representative on your itinerary. Restrictions on hazardous materials are listed at
http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/prohibited items. We recommend that you refer to the Department of Transportation
(DOT) list of airports in countries that require airlines to treat passenger cabins with insecticides prior to the flight or while on the
aircraft. This list is on the DOT’s website as updated from time to time. http://www.dot/officepolicy/aviation/aircraft-disinfectionrequirements.
Responsibilities and Liability
We provide a service in arranging accommodation, transportation, sightseeing, admissions, and any other services from third parties as
agreed in each itinerary. We shall not be held liable for any injury, damage, loss, accident, delay, or irregularity which may be
occasioned by any company or person engaged in conveying the passengers, providing the services, or otherwise in connection
therewith, of any hotel owner, manager, or employee. We do not own or operate, nor are we an agent of any of the Suppliers which will
provide goods and services for the trip or any option which may be available in connection with the trip. Countries have different laws
regarding entry for persons with criminal records. It is your responsibility to know destination entry laws if you or anyone in your
party has a criminal record. We do not inquire about an individual’s criminal record in the interest of respecting our clients’ privacy.
Refusal of entry is not a valid reason for cancellation or chargeback.You agree to seek remedies directly with the Supplier and not hold us
liable in the event of negligence, loss, injury, delay or expense which results directly or indirectly from any action or omission, whether
negligent, criminal or otherwise, of any entity providing goods and services for the trip or any available option. You also agree not to
hold us liable for circumstances beyond our control (e.g. Force Majeure, terrorism, war, or acts of God). We accept no responsibility
for losses or extra cost due to delays, schedule changes, or cancellations in train, bus, ship, airlines or other land, lake or river
services, medical issues, bad weather/climate conditions, war, terrorist acts, strikes, quarantine, luggage delay or loss, or other
causes. You expressly release and hold us harmless against any and all liability from suits and demands of any kind, now and in the
future, that may occur out of or in connection with your travel or participation in activities arranged by us.
In the event an airline or travel supplier declares bankruptcy, it is not obligated to transport you or to provide refunds. Money given to our
Agency immediately becomes the property of the airline or travel supplier as required by law. We are not allowed to provide refunds for
suppliers who have declared bankruptcy. If an airline or travel supplier declares bankruptcy, it might continue services or stop
completely. Other airlines or travel suppliers may, but do not have to, provide alternative services.

Force Majeure and Post Covid Travel
We shall not be liable for any circumstances beyond our control, including, but not limited to, acts of God, explosions, flood, forceful
wind, fire or accident, war or threat of war, declared or undeclared, acts of terrorism, sabotage, insurrection, riots, strikes, civil
disobedience, sickness, epidemics, pandemics, quarantines, government intervention, weather conditions, defects in machinery or
vehicles, delays or other unforeseen events (collectively, “Force Majeure”). We shall not be liable to you and shall not provide any
refunds caused by delay or non-performance of any obligation under this agreement to the extent any such delay is due to Force Majeure.
If any of our travel Suppliers are affected by Force Majeure, they shall be entitled at their sole discretion to vary or cancel any itinerary or
arrangement in relation to your trip without notice. Passports, Visas and Driver’s Licenses
It is your responsibility to be familiar with the laws and rules governing any visit to any country or region. We may be able to assist
you in acquiring the necessary travel documents upon your request. It is not our responsibility to determine if any such documents are
required. We will not be held responsible in any way if you fail to have the proper Visas and/or documentation for entry into any country or
region. It is your responsibility to determine which documents are needed and to acquire that documentation. If an accident occurs and
you seek assistance from us, all alternate arrangements will be your financial responsibility. It is your responsibility to ensure your
passports are up to date and valid to enter any country. It is not our responsibility to determine the validity of your passport or any other
travel document to enter any country or region. Arbitration Any dispute concerning, relating, or referring to these Terms and
Conditions, your travel arrangement, or any claim for damages due to injury or death which occurs during or in connection with your travel
arrangement shall be resolved exclusively by binding arbitration. Arbitration shall be administered by the _American Arbitration
Association_ and held in __Texas__ before a single arbitrator, in accordance with the Texas’s rules, regulations, and requirements.
Any arbitral award determination shall be final and binding upon the Parties. Judgment on the arbitrator’s award may be entered in any
court of competent jurisdiction. Each Party shall pay their own costs and fees. Claims necessitating arbitration under this section include,
but are not limited to, contract claims, tort claims, claims based on federal and state law, rules, and regulations. Arbitration shall
proceed only on an individual basis. The Parties waive all rights to have their disputes heard or decided by a jury or in a court trial and
the right to pursue any class or collective claims against each other in court, arbitration, or any other proceeding, unless expressly
permitted herein. Each party shall only submit their own individual claims against the other and will not seek to represent the interests
of any other person. The arbitrator shall have no jurisdiction or authority to compel any class or collective claim, or to consolidate
different arbitration proceedings with or join any other party to an arbitration between the Parties. Intellectual property claims will not
be subject to arbitration and may, as an exception to this sub-part, be litigated.
Changes to Terms and Conditions
We update Terms and Conditions periodically without notice. For our most current Terms and Conditions, you may obtain them by:
This Agreement is governed by the laws of the state of __Texas__.  By submitting and authorizing us to charge your credit card as
provided to us in the Travel Services Agreement OR by signing the Travel Services Agreement you have agreed to this Agreement and
you acknowledge and agree to the entirety of this Agreement including cancellation terms shown on page 2 and 3. You acknowledge the risks to you if
you do not purchase travel insurance. You further acknowledge reading these terms and conditions by giving a deposit or making a booking you indicate that
you fully understand and agree to our cancellation policies. This Agreement is the entire understanding and agreement between you
and us as it pertains to your travel arrangements. No delay or failure by either party to exercise or enforce its rights shall constitute a
waiver of rights. If any provision of this Agreement shall be unlawful or unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable and
will not affect the validity of remaining provisions. You acknowledge that you have received a copy of the Travel Services Agreement that
references these Terms and Conditions.