The Tasmanian Government has indicated it will review current travel restrictions related to Covid-19 on 15th May 2020. At this time we will update our website to reflect any new policy.
EXISTING CUSTOMERS TRAVELLING FROM JUNE 1 2020
NEW BOOKINGS MADE FROM MAY 1 2020
CANCELLATIONS AND AMENDMENT FEES
TasVacations standard amendment fee (once a deposit has been paid) is $50 per amendment. As a consequence of Covid-19, TasVacations has relaxed this condition and will provide FREE amendments for all bookings until 30 June 2021.
TRAVEL PROGRAMME CANCELLATION
TasVacations reserves the right to cancel tour programmes prior to departure for reasons which are beyond the control of the company such as industrial disputes or the inability of a supplier to deliver services. In this event, TasVacations will refund monies paid prior to cancellation less any charges imposed by other contractors and charges incurred by TasVacations.
As a result of the recent events surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus) and acknowledging travel-related uncertainties for the foreseeable future we have updated our booking conditions and cancellation policies to adapt to the constantly evolving nature of this pandemic. This update takes effect immediately and applies to all forward travel bookings from midnight 30th March 2020.
We have taken the approach to cancel all travel booked through TasVacations from 30th March 2020 until 31st May 2020. We will reconsider this period as the situation surrounding COVID-19 progresses.
Federal and State Governments closed borders within Australia and mandated that all travellers into Tasmania will be required to enter a Government controlled isolation venue for a period of 14 days.
We have no indication at this stage as to how long these travel restrictions will be in place. We will be reviewing the recommendations of our state government as updates come to hand and will in turn pass on whatever details we have to our trade partners and clients.
In response to Conronavirus (COVID-19) the Tasmanian Government declared a state of emergency for Tasmania and announced that as of midnight 20 March 2020 all "non essential" interstate and international travellers to Tasmania will need to self-isolate for a period of 14 days.