Our Flexibility Promise
Book in complete confidence
These are unpredictable times but with our Flexibility Promise you can book your next holiday with complete confidence that should you need to change your plans our expert team will help you to make the amendments where they are possible. This includes moving your travel dates, changing to a different destination or even transferring your holiday to someone else. And if you or a member of your travelling party develop Covid-19 symptoms prior to travel or if any of you are forced to self-isolate and therefore can no longer travel, Discover the World will refund all recoverable holiday costs. Written evidence will be required. Should you test positive in Iceland and need to self-quarantine, Discover the World will also refund all recoverable costs and provide assistance and advice.
Over our 37 years we have developed close relationships with the airlines, accommodations and other partners in our destinations and we’ll work together with them to give you the flexibility you need. If we should have to cancel your holiday we will give you a full refund and not a credit note. We can also recommend a travel insurance policy that provides extensive Covid-19 cover for medical, cancellation and curtailment.
- Change your travel dates or destination up to 7 days prior to departure, subject to availability and any seasonal rate differences or non-recoverable costs*.
- Transfer your booking to another person suggested by you up to 7 days prior to departure subject to the agreement of our suppliers*.
- If we have to cancel your holiday for whatever reason we will give you a full refund and not a credit note.
Pay no deposit until October
Book by 31st August 2020 for travel from 1st January 2021 onwards and pay no deposit until 31st October 2020. Exclusions apply.
At Discover the World we ensure that you are looked after every step of the way with your safety and wellbeing our top priority. Rest assured that we operate our trips in accordance with advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO), monitoring their ongoing guidance along with the advice from Public Health England and the World Health Organisation.
* Read our Coronavirus Travel Updates for terms and conditions