To go or get on board. Entering or boarding the ship.
A person who organizes, manages and assumes the risks of a business.
Insurance to pay for damages that occur because of mistakes or omissions made by the agent.
Person traveling with a group as a guide, usually available throughout the tour. See also tour conductor, tour manager.
Legally required safeguard of funds held by financial institutions until services have been rendered.
EP - a room rate without any meals included.
Reserved for specific persons.
See disclaimer clause.
Returning to the original point of departure.
Optional trips that may be taken before, during, or after a basic tour.
An additional aircraft placed on a flight schedule, usually during holidays and peak travel times.
The three General Services Administration (GSA) contracts with Northrup Grumman, EDS, and CW Government Travel for end-to-end systems including online booking and automated reimbursement
A visitor that travels for tourism purposes with no overnight stay in the country visited.
Not required to pay from taxes or customs duties.
A tour that includes the services of an escort; also called a conducted tour. Depending on representations made in promotional material it may become a fully escorted tour.