Archaeological Paths - Egypt Royal Tour With dr. Zahi Hawass, dr. Mostafa Waziri and a surprise VIP Guest.

Archaeological Paths

  • KING TUT & CLEOPATRA (14 days)
  • with Dr. Mostafa Waziri
  • Egypt's Head of Antiquities

KING TUT & CLEOPATRA



Price

$8985 per person in a double room

Single supplement cost extra: $2985


Payment Schedule

- During booking: $1200 deposit per person

- Final payment: due 90 days before the tour







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Passport information: (if you don’t have a valid passport at the time of the booking, leave the spaces empty, you can send us your passport information later).








EXTENSIONS:


If you would like to explore Egypt even further, join our 1-day add-ons. If you would like to see more than just one beautiful country during your journey abroad, join our 5-day add-ons to Israel and Jordan, including the legendary Petra.


For more information and full description of the tours extensions, please download our Extensions Travel Brochure – CLICK HERE TO VIEW BROCHURE.



Pre-Tours:


Israel



Memphis



Post-Tours:


Cairo



Jordan




Agreement to Terms & Conditions

Please confirm you have read and agree to the terms.


Archaeological Paths (hereinafter referred to as the “Tour Operator”, “we”, “us”, and “our”) is a Tour Operator that plans and executes one-of-a-kind tours that delve into the destination’s history, culture, and customs and often include uniquely curated experiences for our tour guest (hereinafter referred to as the “Traveler”, “you”, “your”, and “their”).

 

Contract: We draw your attention to the Terms and Conditions of travel below. These Terms and Conditions, including all brochures, documents, correspondence, and the terms and conditions of our Suppliers, form the basis of the Contract with you (hereinafter The Agreement). Before making a booking with us you must ensure that you have read and understand these Terms and Conditions (raising any questions you may have with us). By asking us to confirm your booking you are accepting all of the Terms and Conditions laid out below and acknowledging that you have read the terms of this Contract and agree with it. By booking a tour with us, you are accepting and consenting to The Agreement. If you do not agree to the Terms and Conditions of The Agreement, you must not make any booking with us. The Agreement supersedes any and all previous communications between the parties, whether written or oral, with respect to the same. If you are making a group booking, the leader of the group is responsible for sharing these Terms and Conditions with all members of the group and is financially responsible for the booking. If a travel agent makes the booking on your behalf, the agent is responsible for sharing these Terms and Conditions with you and all the members of the group you are traveling with and is financially responsible for the booking. We will not be liable for a group leader’s or travel agent’s failure to share these Terms and Conditions with all travelers in their group. The Agreement affects a tour organized by the Tour Operator for the Traveler. The Traveler confirms that all personal information provided is correct. In case of any incorrect information provided on the Registration Form (The Agreement) or over the telephone, the Traveler shall cover the costs of any potential changes in relation to their reservation. The Terms and Conditions are provided to the Traveler upon booking. By pre-booking the tour and making a deposit payment over the phone, The Traveler fully accepts the Terms and Conditions of this Contract as well as the Cancellation and Refund Policy. Upon pre-booking the tour over the phone, the Traveler is required to fill out, sign, and submit the Registration Form to the Tour Operator no later than 14 calendar days after the deposit payment or to authorize a travel consultant to fill out the Registration Form on the Traveler’s behalf based on the personal information provided over the phone by the Traveler. In such a case, the Traveler shall receive a filled-out Registration Form to their email address and send an email to the Tour Operator no later than 14 calendar days after the deposit payment confirming that all the information on the Registration Form is correct. Failure to meet any of those requirements will be deemed a cancellation by the Traveler and will result in automatic cancelation of the Traveler’s reservation in accordance with the Cancellation and Refund Policy as described in the below Terms and Conditions.

 

Pricing: All prices shown on the Registration Form or quoted on the telephone are per person and in U.S. dollars. Pricing may vary depending on a tour and its date, as well as the time of registration. Once a deposit is received by the Tour Operator, the Traveler is guaranteed the same tour price throughout. Any travel companions added later will be subject to then-current pricing. All prices are subject to change without notice.

 

Tour Price Includes: Exclusive VIP Experiences as/if indicated in the itinerary; Special Guests as/if indicated in the itinerary; Luxury Accommodations as indicated in the itinerary; All sightseeing tours and entries as indicated in the itinerary; Meals as indicated in the itinerary; English-speaking Egyptology Expert (Egypt Tours) or English-speaking Tour Guide (Jordan and Israel add-ons, and tours to other countries); English-speaking Travel Concierge if indicated in the itinerary; Domestic airfare if indicated in the itinerary; International flight(s) for a subsequent main tour or add-on(s) in another country if indicated in the itinerary; Bottled water during sightseeing; Transfers in air-conditioned buses; Reception at the airport and airport transfers on standard arrival and departure days; Travel Insurance as indicated in Travel Insurance section of these Terms and Conditions; Taxes.

 

Price Does Not Include: Any items not referred to in your itinerary are not included in the tour price. This includes, but is not limited to items such as International airfare from and to your country of residence; Visas; Tips; Soft and alcoholic beverages; Personal expenses. The price does not cover costs and expenses, including your return home, if you leave the tour whether of your own volition, our decision based on behavior that disrupts the tour, due to illness, action by any government, or other reason. This list is illustrative and not a complete list of every item not included.

 

Reservation and Payment: The Traveler’s place on the tour shall be confirmed by the Tour Operator upon receiving a non-refundable deposit from the Traveler and a filled-out Registration Form or after the Traveler’s email confirming the Registration Form filled out by a travel consultant on the Traveler's behalf. Upon receipt of the deposit, the Tour Operator gives the Traveler the right to change the tour date once without additional costs, providing that the changes are confirmed up to 365 days or more before the first day of the initial tour date. After that deadline, the Traveler’s deposit shall become non-transferable. The final payment is due 90 days prior to the beginning of the tour. The Tour Operator shall prepare a tour update before the final payment deadline with accommodation upgrade options and additional services if available for the Traveler’s tour. It is the responsibility of the Traveler to determine that the final payment reaches the Tour Operator on time. Failure to comply with the payment schedules, or any other applicable policies and procedures, will result in the automatic cancellation of The Traveler’s reservation and applicable fees will be assessed. Payments are to be made by credit or debit card or wire transfer. For the credit and debit card payments – except for deposit payments – an additional and non-refundable service fee of 3.9% will be applied to the total net amount of the Traveler’s payment. For the wire transfer option, any fees are to be covered by the Traveler. While we do accept major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, and American Express, you must authorize every transaction concerning your tour either over the phone or by filling out a credit card authorization form sent by us or found in your shopping cart on our website. Your authorization is an agreement for us to charge your card and an acknowledgment and agreement to these Terms and Conditions including the Cancellation and Refund Policy. As such, you agree not to make any improper chargebacks related to your payments for the tour, other purchases, and services. The Tour Operator reserves the right to change the payment methods which – upon such a change is made – shall automatically come into force. In certain cases, you have the ability to dispute charges with credit card companies ("chargebacks"). Before initiating a chargeback, the Traveler undertakes to send an email to contact@archaeologicalpaths.com concerning any questions or concerns about our charges, so that we can work with you in an attempt to resolve your concerns. By using our service to make a reservation, you accept and agree to our cancellation policy. Tour Operator retains the right to dispute any chargeback that is improper and recover any costs, including attorney’s fees, related to improper chargebacks. Additionally, in the event of an improper chargeback, we retain the right to cancel any travel reservation related to that improper chargeback. The following chargeback scenarios are improper and we retain the right to investigate and rebut any such chargeback claims:
• Chargebacks resulting from non-cancellable reservations, whether or not the reservation is used.
• Chargebacks resulting from charges authorized by family, friends, associates, or other third parties with direct access to your credit card. This does not include credit card fraud.
• Chargebacks arising from inconsistency or inaccuracy with regard to the product description.
• Chargebacks resulting from force majeure or other circumstances that are beyond the control of the Tour Operator or the Supplier.
• Chargebacks resulting because you do not agree with the Cancellation and Refund Policy.
• Chargeback for any portions of the tour you do not use.


Cancellation and Refund Policy: If the Traveler cancels the reservation or any component thereof, the Traveler is required to file the cancellation request via email to contact@archaeologicalpaths.com. The Tour Operator incurs costs with the Suppliers of your tour well in advance of your tour date. All Suppliers have their own cancellation policies, which apply to your booking. Upon receipt of your cancellation request, we will contact the Suppliers for any applicable refunds subject to the Supplier’s terms and conditions. If you are entitled to a refund, please note that the Supplier is responsible for this refund, not the Tour Operator. Suppliers may choose to provide a travel voucher or credit in lieu of the refund. We are not responsible for a Supplier’s failure to pay a refund or for the Supplier's bankruptcy or insolvency. In addition to the terms and conditions of the Supplier, the following applies to all cancellations. If the Traveler cancels the reservation more than 91 days prior to the start of the tour, the Traveler shall not be eligible for a deposit refund. Tour cancellation requests received within 91 days of the initial tour date are subject to the following charges:
• More than 91 days – loss of the deposit payment
• 90–75 days prior to the initial tour date: 50% of the total tour price per person
• 74–60 days prior to the initial tour date: 75% of the total tour price per person
• 59–0 days prior to the initial tour date or nonappearance: 100% of the total tour price per person

 

The costs of any supplements, additional services, or/and add-ons purchased are included in the total price of the tour which is subject to the above Cancellation and Refund Policy. In case of any reimbursement for the costs incurred by the Traveler, all bank charges or card fees are to be covered by the Traveler. During the tour, no refund shall be made for transfers, sightseeing tours, additional trips, additional nights, room upgrades, unused site entries, or any other services, including but not limited to meals, accommodation, or transportation, voluntarily not taken. If the Traveler decides to leave the tour in progress voluntarily, the Traveler shall not receive any type of refund.


Cancellation by the Tour Operator: The Tour Operator reserves the right to cancel any tour before departure, in which case the Tour Operator will provide the Traveler with a full refund of all net payments paid to the Tour Operator unless the cancellation is due to a force majeure or an extraordinary event that makes it infeasible to operate the Tour as normal.

 

Force Majeure: The Tour Operator assumes no liability for any loss, damage, delay, or cancellation resulting in whole or in part from an Act of God or any other force majeure condition, including, without limitation: fire, volcanic eruption, hurricane, environmental pollution or contamination, inclement weather, earthquake, low or high water levels, flood, water or power shortages or failures, tropical storms or hurricanes, riots or civil commissions or disturbances, and any other acts of a similar nature, sabotage, arrests, strikes or labor disruptions, restraint of rulers or peoples, expropriations, acts of terrorism, war, insurrection, quarantine restrictions, government health advisories, governmental and administrative actions (including the closure of borders, tourist attractions, and travel warnings and restrictions), epidemics, pandemics, or warnings or alerts of any kind of nature, government seizures, refusal or cancellation or suspension or delay of any government authority or any license, permit or authorization, damages to its facilities or the travel Supplier and its facilities, or any other unforeseen circumstances or any other factors unforeseen by The Tour Operator that impacts negatively on, or hampers, its ability to fulfill any of its contractual conditions. In the circumstances amounting to force majeure, the Tour Operator shall provide the Traveler with a possibility of rescheduling the tour or with a credit toward a future tour. The credit shall be equivalent to the amount paid by the Traveler to the Tour Operator less any sums the Tour Operator is not able to recover from Suppliers. The rescheduling of the tour or credit equivalent toward a future tour or both is at the Tour Operator's discretion. The Tour Operator is not responsible for services purchased by the Traveler which are not part of the tour package (e.g., advance airline tickets, transaction fees, or travel insurance). Payments made toward the tour shall not be applied to another tour unless a separate agreement made between the Tour Operator and the Traveler provides otherwise. In the event of an agreement made between the Tour Operator and the Traveler, which shall result in applying the Traveler’s funds to another date in full or partially, the transferred funds shall become non-refundable in any case. The transferred funds may be applied to another tour again only if the Tour Operator cancels the tour for which the Traveler is registered at that time without the possibility of a refund. Any complaints or refund inquiries must be made by the Traveler via e-mail to contact@archaeologicalpaths.com within 30 days after the end of the tour or cancellation of the tour. Complaints and refund inquiries sent later than 30 days after the end of the tour, or cancellation of the tour, will not be considered by the Tour Operator. Complaints and refunds inquiries shall be considered by the Tour Operator within 30 days from the date of the inquiry and if there is a need for our Suppliers or Partners to send us any supplementary documents, this period may be extended by an additional 30 days.

 

 

Worry-Free Policy
The policy applies to registrations made from 10/26/2021.

 

In case of cancellation or rescheduling the tour due to reasons described in the Worry-Free Policy, following terms and conditions apply to the Traveler’s reservation. Otherwise, Cancellation and Refund Policy, as described above, applies to the Traveler’s reservation.


• The Traveler may cancel or reschedule the tour at any time prior to the departure, providing that the country of travel has: a) closed its borders, b) introduced mandatory quarantine for arriving tourists. Points a) and b) apply only if any of the above-mentioned travel restrictions is in force during the scheduled tour.
• The Traveler may reschedule the tour from 90 days up to 24 hours before the first day of the Traveler’s tour if international flights to the Traveler’s country of travel are not available or cancelled with alternative routing unavailable making it impossible for the Traveler to reach the destination. The Tour Operator reserves the right to verify possible flight connections concerning the Traveler’s tour.

 

In case of rescheduling the tour due to any of the reasons described in the Worry-Free Policy all funds paid by the Traveler shall be transferred to a newly selected tour and kept as a deposit, which – in case of tour cancelation made by the Traveler – shall remain entirely non-refundable. In the event of the tour cancellation made by the Tour Operator, already transferred funds may be transferred again to another tour date selected by the Traveler without the possibility of a refund.

 


Documentation: The Traveler is responsible for obtaining all documents, such as a valid passport, visas, travel or medical certificates, and any other documents, and getting any vaccines required by a country of travel at the time of travel to participate in the tour. The Traveler needs a passport with sufficient blank visa pages for entry and exit stamp and valid for at least six months after the date of departure from a country of travel. Any extra costs incurred for rerouting due to lack of the necessary documents are the Traveler’s responsibility. It is your responsibility to be aware of any and all requirements for admittance to a country, including Covid-19 requirements

 

Responsibility/Assumption of Risk/Release: The Tour Operator is not responsible for any injury, financial or material loss, death, inconvenience, delay, or damage to personal property in connection with the provision of any goods or services whether resulting from but not limited to acts of God or force majeure, illness, disease, government actions, weather, natural disasters, acts of war, civil unrest, insurrection or revolt, animals, strikes or other labor activities, criminal or terrorist activities of any kind, overbooking or downgrading of services, food poisoning, mechanical or other failures of aircraft or other means of transportation or for the failure of any transportation mechanism to arrive or depart on time, or any delay or cancellation that causes the Traveler to miss all or any portion of the tour. The Traveler releases the Tour Operator from and agrees not to sue or make claim against the Tour Operator for, property damage, cancellation of any excursions for any reason, including illness, negligent rescue operations or procedures, personal injury, or death arising out of the participation in any activities during the tour, and any activity related thereto, including transportation to and from the site of the attractions, regardless of whether such property damage, illness, personal injury, or death results from the negligence of the Tour Operator, and/or from any defect in the equipment. If the Traveler decides to participate in activities including but not limited to any excursions involving animals, riding on animals, hot-air ballooning, climbing and any other activity that the Tour Operator considers to carry inherent risk of serious illness, injury, or death, then the Traveler fully understands and acknowledges that such activities carry with them various inherent risks, include but are not limited to: serious illness, injury or death; motor vehicles collisions, animals, roadway hazards, slips, and falls, malfunction of climbing equipment, improper equipment, balloon accident; criminal or terrorist acts, government actions, consumption of alcoholic beverages, tainted food, or non-potable water; exposure to the elements, including heat, cold, sun, water, and wind; your own negligence and/or the negligence of others, including tour guides, other travelers, Tour Operator and its employees, agents and/or representatives; attack by or encounter with insects, reptiles, and/or animals; accidents or illness occurring in remote places where there are no available medical services; fatigue, chill, overheating, and/or dizziness; known or unknown medical conditions, physical excursion for which you are not prepared or other such accidents; the negligence or lack of adequate training of any third-party providers who seek to assist with medical or other help either before or after injuries have occurred; accident or illness without access to means of rapid evacuation or availability of medical supplies or services; and the adequacy of medical attention once provided. The Traveler takes complete responsibility for their own health and safety and agrees to assume all risks of injury, illness, or death, whether foreseen or unforeseen, that may befall the Traveler as a result of participating in any activities and agrees to release the Tour Operator and its affiliates, agents, employees, and representatives from any liability whatsoever related thereto. The Tour Operator is not responsible for any services that do not form part of the agreement. This includes, for example, any additional services or facilities that the hotel or any other Supplier agrees to provide for the Traveler where the services or facilities are not advertised by the Tour Operator as forming part of the tour and the Tour Operator has not arranged them as part of the agreement.

 

COVID-19 Release of Liability: By booking a tour at this time, you acknowledge the highly contagious nature of COVID-19 and voluntarily assume the risk for yourself and any minors traveling with you that you or they may be exposed to or infected by COVID-19 by traveling and that such exposure or infection may result in personal injury, illness, permanent disability, and death even if such injuries or losses occur in a manner that is not foreseeable at the time you book your tour. You acknowledge that exposure to such viruses or disease is an inherent risk of traveling, that cannot be controlled or eliminated by the Tour Operator. You acknowledge that – due to the uncertainty of travel at this time – your tour may be postponed or cancelled or changes may be made to itineraries due to closures of certain sites or activities, for which our COVID-19 Release of Liability shall be in effect. You may also be required to quarantine upon arrival in some locations. Some locations may require you to have a vaccination or proof of a negative test. You may have additional reentry requirements on your return home. You are responsible for understanding these requirements and must not rely on the Tour Operator to provide these details. You understand that you may become sick before, during, or after the tour and may not be able to travel and such cancellation or interruption will be subject to our cancellation terms below, for which we will not be liable. You, for yourself, and any minors traveling with you, and on behalf of your and their heirs, assigns, personal representatives, and next of kin (The Releasors), hereby release, and hold harmless the Tour Operator, its members, officers, agents, and/or employees, Suppliers, and other tour members (releasees), of from and against any and all claims, damages, demands, losses, and liability arising out of or related in any way, in whole or in part to any postponement, cancellation, changes, injury, disability, death or any other loss you may suffer due to exposure, infection, spread, closure, and travel restrictions related to COVID-19, whether arising from the negligence of the releasees or otherwise, to the fullest extent permitted by law. the terms of this hold harmless and release of all liability paragraph shall survive any termination or cancellation of this Contract, whether by operation of law or otherwise.

 

Itineraries: The Traveler fully understands that the travel experience may differ depending on individual goals and expectations. The Tour Operator will not be bound by, or liable for, any description, photograph, representation, or warranty made by or provided by the Tour Operator’s promotional materials. All elements connected to the tour presented in the promotional materials are subject to modification and change by the Tour Operator. Every effort will be made to operate the tour and its itinerary as planned, but alterations may still occur after the final itineraries have been prepared. The Tour Operator reserves the right to change the itinerary or tour features at any time and for any reason, with or without notice, and the Tour Operator shall not be liable for any loss of any kind as a result of any such changes. The Tour Operator reserves the right to substitute hotels or attractions. In the event of a change of accommodation, the Tour Operator guarantees the same or similar standard. In case of exclusion of a given attraction, visit, or meeting from the itinerary, the Tour Operator reserves the right to cancel such a visit and replace it with another site/attraction, or meeting. The Traveler shall acknowledge that during certain holidays and peak periods or due to repairs or renovations of sites, some activities may be disrupted or unavailable. Each group is limited to a given number of people as advertised in promotional materials; however, multiple groups of Archaeological Paths’ guests, as well as other passengers, may be traveling aboard a cruise ship on the Nile simultaneously or participating in certain activities. The stated group maximum size may be marginally exceeded if necessary to accommodate a family or parties traveling together. None of these modifications or changes listed in the „Itineraries” section shall affect the tour price or entitle the Traveler to any credit or refund.

 

Travel Concierge: Tours are attended by a Travel Concierge during the main tour Itinerary. In the unlikely event, the Tour Operator reserves the right to organize the tour on an individual basis, without the presence of the Travel Concierge. Pre- or post-tour add-ons are organized on a locally hosted basis and are attended by English-speaking experts.

 

Photography: The Tour Operator reserves the right to take photographs or record videos during the tour or any part thereof and to use the resulting photography, videos, or recordings for promotional or commercial use. By making a reservation on the tour, the Traveler agrees to allow their likeness to be used by the Tour Operator or the Tour Operator’s authorized third parties without compensation to the Traveler. If the Traveler prefers their likeness not to be used, the Traveler must notify the Tour Operator in writing prior to the tour. If such a notification is made during or after the tour, The Tour Operator shall be released from any responsibility related to any potential use of the Traveler’s likeness. 

 

Special Requests: Any health conditions, treatments, or dietary requests requiring special attention must be reported by the Traveler in writing at the time of registration. While every effort will be made to fulfill the Traveler’s special requests, the Tour Operator cannot guarantee their fulfillment. Depending upon the nature of the Traveler’s requirements, all extra costs for any potential arrangements shall be covered by the Traveler.

 

Air Transportation: International airfare (to the tour starting point and from the ending point) is not included in tour pricing. The Tour Operator can offer quotations from any gateway. By standard, all payments made by the Tour Operator for the Traveler’s international airfare are non-refundable and we are not responsible for any air carrier’s decision regarding refund unless separate agreements between the Traveler and the Tour Operator provide otherwise.


Behavior/Indemnification: The Tour Operator will not tolerate abusive or aggressive behavior from the Traveler. The Tour Operator will refuse to deal with and may terminate the tour of a traveler who assaults staff, Suppliers, or fellow travelers or who is abusive or aggressive to them and is generally affecting the enjoyment of others with their behavior. The Tour Operator reserves the right at any time and our discretion to terminate the travel arrangements with the Traveler and/or cease to deal with any party member(s) whose behavior, in the reasonable opinion of the Tour Operator or our Suppliers, may cause danger, upset, disruption or distress to anyone else or damage to property. In such a case, the Traveler is responsible for the cost of travel back to their hometown and the Tour Operator shall not be liable for the Traveler’s potential losses and no refund shall be provided. Traveler agrees to and shall indemnify and hold harmless the Tour Operator, and each of our officers, directors, employees, and agents (collectively “Tour Operator”), from any expenses, losses, liabilities, damages, judgments, settlements, and costs (collectively, “damages”) involved with or incurred by the Tour Operator (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees and the advancement of same) with respect to any claims, lawsuits, arbitrations, or other causes of action, which result, directly or indirectly, from: (i) the Traveler’s breach or violation, or threatened breach or violation, of this Agreement and (ii) any damage caused by the Traveler while participating on the tour. While the Tour Operator values opinions and points of view of each Traveler and appreciates every bit of feedback shared with the Tour Operator, or on the Tour Operator’s website, or other platforms, the Traveler shall ensure that that their review of the tour or any other service provided by the Tour Operator is consistent with facts and real events that have taken place during the tour and concerns only those components of the tour in which the Traveler personally participated or used. The Traveler's review should relate to the entire tour and include all its aspects in an honest and complete manner. The Traveler agrees to avoid any form of blackmailing, bad publicity, or actions that aim to damage the Tour Operator’s image. The Traveler accepts that failure to respect the above-mentioned provisions enables the Tour Operator to take legal actions against the Traveler and recover any costs, including attorney’s fees, as well as seek compensation from the Traveler for any potential damages related to the Tour Operator’s image and financial losses.

 

Roommates: Single Travelers may choose to share a room with another tour participant during the tour. In such a case, the Tour Operator will try to find a roommate for the single Traveler. If the Tour Operator is unable to find a roommate for the single Traveler, the single Traveler will not need to pay for the single supplement as the Tour Operator will cover the cost of the single supplement for the single Traveler. This policy applies only to reservations made 91 days and more prior to the tour and concerns only the main portion of the Traveler’s tour. This policy does not apply to additional nights before and after the tour, tailor-made tours and pre- and post-tour add-ons, for which the single Traveler shall purchase the single supplement unless the Tour Operator is able to pair the single Traveler with another tour participant. The single Traveler who registers 90 days or less prior to the tour shall require the single supplement and will have to purchase it, providing that the Tour Operator is unable to find a roommate for the single Traveler. If the Traveler has already been assigned to a shared room with another participant before, during, or after a standard tour and then decides to purchase the single supplement for himself/herself, the Traveler shall also purchase the single supplement for the participant he/she was paired with to share the room initially. The cost of the single supplement shall be in accordance with the terms and conditions applying at the time of the requested change.

 

Additional Nights: The Traveler may purchase additional hotel nights through the Tour Operator. The additional hotel night includes meals (as stated in the individual offer sent to the Traveler via email before the tour), Travel Insurance, the assistance of the Tour Operator’s representative, and airport transfer(s) on a non-standard arrival/departure day. If the Traveler purchases additional hotel night(s) on their own, the Tour Operator shall not provide the Traveler with airport transfers to/from the hotel on non-standard arrival and departure days, meals, Travel Insurance, and assistance of the Tour Operator’ representative during the additional day(s) and the Traveler’s extended stay at the hotel will be at their sole expense. If the Traveler participates in an add-on that ends a day before the standard arrival day of the main tour or in an add-on that starts a day after the standard departure day of the main tour, the Traveler shall purchase an additional hotel night(s).

 

Hotel Check-in: Check-ins at the hotels usually take place during the midafternoon. If the Traveler wishes to have a guaranteed room ready for their immediate check-in upon arrival, it requires an additional room night to be confirmed. Early check-in depends on hotel availability and, therefore, cannot be guaranteed.

 

Tailor-Made Tours: The Traveler may book a Tailor-Made Tour customized to their own specific needs. In such a case, the Tour Operator shall prepare an individual tour offer for the Traveler. The price per person included on the Registration Form for such Tailor-Made Tour is based specifically on the number of travelers booking the Tailor-Made Tour. In the event that the number of travelers decreases, the Tour Operator reserves the right to increase the price per person included previously on the Registration Form. The Tour Operator shall notify the Traveler about the increase of the price per person. The Traveler shall agree to pay the increased price for their Tailor-Made Tour prior to the tour.

 

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Clause: The Tour Operator takes the privacy of the Traveler seriously and will only use their personal information (entered on the Registration Form and in email messages by the Traveler, or passed to the Tour Operator during telephone conversations with the Tour Operator’s consultants) to administer the Traveler’s tour and to provide the tour services the Traveler has requested from the Tour Operator. All personal data is processed by the Tour Operator’s head office employees. The Traveler’s details will only be passed on to parties directly connected with organizing the tour the Traveler has chosen. The Tour Operator is required under the European Union tax law to keep the Traveler’s basic personal data (name, address, contact details) for a minimum of 5 years, after which time it will be destroyed. However, the Tour Operator would like to use the Traveler’s name and email address to inform the Traveler of the Tour Operator’s future tours and similar services. This information is not shared with any other companies nor used for any other purposes. The Traveler can request access to, rectification, or erasure of their data at any time. The Tour Operator makes sure to keep the Traveler’s personal information safe and ensures that it can only be accessed by the Tour Operator’s approved personnel. If the Traveler wishes to complain about how the Tour Operator has handled their personal data, the Traveler can contact the Tour Operator’s Data Protection Officer, Michał Żołtko at michal@archaeologicalpaths.com, who will investigate the matter. If the Traveler thinks that the provided information is not used in accordance with the GDPR, the Traveler can also contact the entity authorized to conduct proceedings in the matter of implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation: Biuro Generalnego Inspektora Danych Osobowych, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warszawa, Poland.

 

Amendments: The Tour Operator reserves the right to correct any errors or omissions in its published materials and itinerary, and to amend the Terms and Conditions at any time. All amended Terms and Conditions shall automatically be effective upon being posted by the Tour Operator on the website. The Tour Operator is exempt from the obligation to send updates on the amendments. Accordingly, the Traveler shall check the Tour Operator’s website prior to travel to be aware of any changes. For any applicable latest Terms and Conditions, please see www.archaeologicalpaths.com/terms_and_conditions.

 

Choice of Law/Jurisdiction/Class Action Waiver/Limitation of Damages/Notice of Claim: Any disputes between the Tour Operator and the Traveler shall be settled by the court having jurisdiction over the Tour Operator. You agree that you will only bring claims against The Tour Operator in your individual capacity and not as a plaintiff or class member in any purported class action or representative proceeding. The Tour Operator shall not, in any case, be liable for anything other than compensatory damages, and your payment of a deposit on a tour means that you agree to these conditions of sale and expressly waive any right to punitive damages. You understand and agree that no claims will be considered and that you will not bring suit against the Tour Operator unless you have first provided a typewritten notice of claim to the Tour Operator within 30 days after the tour or cancellation of the tour.


Travel Insurance: The Tour Operator shall purchase travel insurance for the Traveler from UNIQA Insurance Company. The insurance purchased by the Tour Operator shall cover the insured amounts as specified below, not including tour cancellation made by the Traveler, chronic diseases, or preexisting conditions. It is possible to extend the travel insurance, that is, increasing the insurance amounts and adding insurance covering chronic diseases and preexisting conditions, by contacting the Tour Operator. To download the General Terms and Conditions of Travel Insurance, please visit www.archaeologicalpaths.com/web/files/UNIQA_Terms_and_Conditions.pdf. By booking the tour the Traveler agrees to the statement below for insurance purposes.

 

Medical Expenses and Immediate Assistance EUR 30,000
Consequences of Accidents EUR 4,000
Travel Luggage EUR 400
Rescue Costs EUR 5,000
Civil Liability EUR 50,000

 “I declare that I and all tour participants for whose tour I will make payments have received General Terms and Conditions of KONTYNENTY Travel Insurance before signing this agreement. The General Terms and Conditions of KONTYNENTY Travel Insurance are approved by UNIQA’s Board of Directors in resolution UTG/2021/01/12, and along with the other terms of the insurance contract will apply after the Tour Operator concludes the insurance contract on my and other tour participants’ behalf. I also affirm that I and the mentioned participants accept all the travel insurance conditions. I and all tour participants for whose tour I will make payments agree to the processing of our personal data specified in the insurance application by UNIQA Insurance Company S.A. The data will be processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, in order to conclude and execute the insurance contract on my and the mentioned tour participants’ behalf. I affirm that I provide the personal data voluntarily and I know I have the right to check and modify it.”  

 

Tour Operator: This agreement (Contract) is concluded by Archaeological Paths Grzegorz Popławski, NIP: PL5871688611, Kasprowicza 12, 81-198 Pogórze, Poland


Last updated on: October 26, 2021

 

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