Worldwide Adventures
Designed by
Families for Families


Payment and Cancellation Terms


A 20% non-refundable deposit, payable by check or credit card, is required to initiate the booking process. The balance is due no less than 90 days prior to departure (120 prior to departure for December trips) and is payable by personal check, money order, or wire transfer.


Notification of cancelation must be made in writing to Thomson Family Adventures. At the time we receive the cancelation, all moneys will be refunded less the following cancelation charges, deducted from the total package price.


Time of Cancelation Cancellation Fees  
  January to November Adventures December Adventures
121 days plus before departure Deposit amount per person Deposit amount per person
120-91 days before departure Deposit amount per person 50% of the package price
90-61 days before departure 50% of the package price 65% of the package price
60 days or less before departure 100% of the package price 100% of the package price



Payment is due in full no later than ninety (90) days prior to the date of your departure (120 days for adventures that depart in December), unless otherwise noted. Final payment must be made by personal check, cashiers check, or wire. Credit cards are not accepted for final payment.


Please note that we will attempt to adhere to the itinerary as much as possible. However, certain conditions (political, climatic, environmental and cultural) may necessitate changes in the itinerary. We reserve the right to alter any itinerary at any time, if necessary. We will attempt to notify participants of changes as far in advance as possible. Costs incurred by such changes will be the responsibility of the participants. Since we began the company in 1998 we haven't had to make a significant trip change.


Thomson Family Adventures reserves the right to increase the tour price in the event of cost increases due to changes in airfares, currency fluctuations, or fuel charges up to the time of final payment, except for increased government taxes, such as increased park fees, which can be passed on at any time.