Globus, Viking, and Rocky Mountaineer will look to restart travel after June 30.
The May 29 ‘Norwegian Arctic Encompassed’ trip will still run as scheduled.
Tenon Tours no longer participates in the USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program, which protects consumer payments up to $1 million if the company goes out of business.
Now that business will be shut down for a while, those who can withstand the pressure, are moving beyond trying to preserve cash. Instead they are trying to rise to the occasion in an unprecedented crisis with higher levels of service.
Departures for the remainder of the 2020 season, which were slated to begin April 13, will continue to be assessed as the situation develops, Rocky Mountaineer said.
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The adventure tour operators join the growing list of suppliers suspending operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Globus’ family of brands is suspending operations through April 30, and offering flexible rebooking policies for guests whose travel was affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.