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Antarctica, South Georgia & Falklands Total Solar Eclipse Expedition Cruise

November 18 - December 9, 2021

The ultimate polar journey into the shadow of the Moon

Eclipse Tour Destination: Antarctica

For those who’ve journeyed far and wide to stand in the Moon’s shadow, here’s a rare opportunity to combine the fulfillment of a lifelong travel ambition with the experience of a total solar eclipse cruise – an expedition cruise to Antarctica, South Georgia Island and the Falklands.

TravelQuest invites old friends and new to join us in late 2021 aboard the 126-passenger National Geographic Enduran ...Show more

Highlights

  • Stand in the Moon’s shadow (conditions permitting) for 1 minute and 30 seconds during the December 4, 2021 total solar eclipse
  • Sail for 20 nights aboard the brand-new, state-of-the-art polar expedition ship, National Geographic Endurance
  • Explore for six days along the Antarctic Peninsula and its surrounding islands
  • Discover Ernest Shackleton’s historic South Georgia Island, spending five days amidst breathtaking scenery and fascinating wildlife – including a vast colony that is home to tens of thousands of king penguins
  • Experience two days among the natural and cultural attractions of the Falkland Islands, including the photogenic colonial port of Stanley
  • Enjoy an overnight stay (or arrive one night ahead of schedule by booking a TQ pre-night) in Argentina’s vibrant capital, Buenos Aires

IMPORTANT:

All tour prices, taxes and airfares quoted in this brochure are based on tariffs, costs and US dollar exchange rates that were in effect at the time of publication. Consequently, prices herein are subject to change. Due to fluctuations in global oil prices, a fuel surcharge may be added to your tour fee. You will be advised of details and costs prior to departure.

When you land in Buenos Aires (airport code: EZE), your TravelQuest representative is on hand to arrange the easy transfer to our hotel. Later, join us as we tour the intriguing neighborhoods and architectural gems of Buenos Aires.

DATE(S): Thursday, November 18, 2021

MEALS: Lunch

ACCOMMODATION: Alvear Icon Hotel (or similar)

Today we fly down to South America’s tip to the port of Ushuaia – the world’s southernmost city and a historic staging point for Antarctic exploration. Enjoy a catamaran cruise on the Beagle Channel before boarding the National Geographic Endurance to set sail on our 20-night adventure.

DATE(S): Friday, November 19, 2021

MEALS: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

ACCOMMODATION: National Geographic Endurance

Settle into shipboard culture as we journey toward Antarctica, keeping a lookout for marine life, as well as albatross and other seabirds that glide alongside our ship.

DATE(S): Saturday, November 20, 2021

MEALS: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

ACCOMMODATION: National Geographic Endurance

  

As the horizon reveals the islands and mainland of the Antarctic Peninsula, with their glacier-lined bays and snow-covered peaks, it’s time to begin exploring “the White Continent” by Zodiac, in kayaks and on foot. Thanks to the long hours of daylight, you can make the most of your time – and our flexible schedule means we can respond quickly to wonders as they unfold.

DATE(S): Sunday–Friday, November 21–26, 2021

MEALS: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner daily

ACCOMMODATION: National Geographic Endurance

As we continue on our Antarctic voyage, head up to the ship’s bridge to watch for icebergs and marine life, and to see how the captain and officers skillfully navigate these historic waters. There’s also time to enjoy a massage in the wellness center, workout in the gym, or do some browsing in the library. Additionally, each day at sea, our shipboard naturalists and trip astronomer offer educational talks that add deeper insights to your experience.

DATE(S): Saturday–Sunday, November 27–28, 2021

MEALS: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner daily

ACCOMMODATION: National Geographic Endurance

 

Teeming with Antarctic wildlife, breathtaking South Georgia is the final resting place of Sir Ernest Shackleton, the renowned Antarctic explorer. Conditions permitting, we’ll raise a toast at his gravesite. You will also explore a vast penguin colony, home to tens of thousands of king penguins.  On Friday evening, our TravelQuest astronomer will brief you on all aspects of the next day’s total solar eclipse, including the latest weather outlook.

DATE(S): Monday–Friday, November 29–December 3, 2021

MEALS: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner daily

ACCOMMODATION: National Geographic Endurance

WHAT TO EXPECT ON ECLIPSE DAY – DECEMBER 4, 2021

by Eclipse Meteorologist Jay Anderson

The 2021 total eclipse over Antarctica and the nearby South Atlantic Ocean presents a challenge for both access and viewing—a challenge that is complicated by the low altitude of the Sun during the magic moments of eclipse.  Those electing to take their chances aboard ship are confronted by statistics marked by very high levels of average cloudiness. Yet, in spite of this pessimistic beginning, the situation for shipboard observers may not be as bleak as the cloud data would suggest. Our position near the start of the eclipse track places us outside the gloomiest parts of the Southern Ocean, at a location where the cloud cover is not as obstinate. Images acquired from orbit over the past 20 years give us some hints of the weather patterns we may encounter, and the movement needed to break into sunshine. By keeping sailing plans flexible and taking advantage of real-time satellite images, as well as hour-by-hour numerical models of the atmosphere, we can use the ship’s mobility to nearly double our chances of seeing the eclipse. Mother Nature still has the stronger hand, but we’ll hope to wrestle a view of the eclipse from her basket.     

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After the big event, with seabirds wheeling overhead, we continue on toward the Falklands as our onboard experts prepare us for the coming days with presentations on the islands’ unique wildlife and complicated history.

DATE(S): Saturday–Sunday, December 4–5, 2021

MEALS: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner daily

ACCOMMODATION: National Geographic Endurance

The Falklands boast a wide array of seabirds, including albatross and king cormorants, along with large colonies of rockhopper and Magellanic penguins, which nest in burrows in the green tussock grass. Your stroll through the colonial outpost of Stanley includes a visit to the Anglican church, with its distinctive archway of whale bones.

DATE(S): Monday-Tuesday, December 6-7, 2021

MEALS: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner daily

ACCOMMODATION: National Geographic Endurance

On our final day at sea, enjoy one last chance to view the marine and bird life of these southern waters, then celebrate your epic adventure as we gather for a farewell dinner.

DATE(S): Wednesday, December 8, 2021

MEALS: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

ACCOMMODATION: National Geographic Endurance

Disembarking in Ushuaia, we fly by charter aircraft to Buenos Aires, where you can opt to spend more time in this elegant city on your own, or make connections for your travels onward.

DATE(S): Thursday, December 9, 2021

MEALS: Breakfast / Lunch

Optional Add-ons

If you’d prefer to arrive in Buenos Aires a night ahead of your TravelQuest eclipse cruise, we’re reserving a limited number of rooms at the Alvear Icon Hotel (or similar). 


Pricing

Pricing details will be provided in 2021.

TRIP LEVEL

Level 3 – Moderate – Short to long walks over uneven hilly terrain, in easygoing to rugged travel conditions – passing through wet, muddy and snowy environments at varying elevations. Rugged sea conditions are possible. Travelers must be able to negotiate steep gangways, as well as climb into and out of Zodiac boats and kayaks for optional excursions.

At TravelQuest, we want to be sure you find the trip that best suits your interests and level of fitness. Please email or call if you have any questions regarding the requirements of this program.

Important

  • TravelQuest, working with our partners, makes every effort to follow the published itinerary. However, please keep in mind that it is subject to change depending on weather and other local conditions.
  • Extraordinary adventure is a guarantee every day of this Antarctic eclipse cruise. Flexibility is critical, as the shipboard day-by-day itinerary will likely change, enabling us to take full advantage of rare wildlife sightings, watching whales feed off the bow, or perfect conditions for a late-day kayaking excursion.
  • Viewing a solar eclipse is particularly weather-dependent, and as such, we can offer no guarantee that local conditions will cooperate.

National Geographic Endurance - Welcome!

The all-new National Geographic Endurance (debuting in April 2020) is a next-generation expedition ship, purpose-built for polar navigation. As a fully stabilized, highly strengthened, ice-class Polar Code PC5 (Category A) vessel, it is designed to navigate polar passages year-round, and safely explore unchartered waters, while providing exceptional comfort. Its patented X-BOW® is key to its design; its powerful wave-slicing action provides an extremely smooth ride in even adverse conditions, and reduces spray on deck, for superior observation. She carries a full suite of expedition tools and offers a variety of experience-enhancing amenities.

Special Features

  • Expedition Leader & expert naturalist staff
  • Full-time doctor
  • Undersea specialist
  • Expert photographer
  • Lindblad photo instructor and video chronicler
  • Wellness Specialist
  • Internet café
  • Laundry service
  • Tools for Exploration

 

The luxury of comfort on expedition

National Geographic Endurance comfortably accommodates 126 guests in 69 outside-facing cabins. Cabins are efficiently designed, with sizes ranging from the 140-square-foot solo cabin to the 430-square-foot category 7 suite. Fifty-three of the 69 cabins, including all 12 of the solo cabins, will feature small balconies with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that bring in the spectacular views and ample natural light.

 

 

Comfort & convenience in every room

Every cabin has a large window or balcony, and temperature controls. Bathrooms are modern and stocked with botanically inspired hair products, soap, shower gel, and a hairdryer. Cabins are equipped with expedition command centers with tablets and USB/mobile device docking, TVs, and Wi-Fi connections. 

 

 

 

Deck Plan & Cabin Details

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Dining

Food served aboard is fresh, local, delicious, and sourced from suppliers who share our values of sustainable use whenever possible. Meals aboard are almost always served in the dining room, located aft of the lounge deck. When weather conditions allow, lighter fare may be served on the observation deck. There is no assigned seating and our dining room accommodates the entire expedition community. During meals, your expedition leader, naturalists, and any guest speakers aboard will join you. The ship features two restaurants, featuring local, sustainable choices and open seating for flexible, inclusive dining; plus, a Chef’s table for intimate, small group dining. The main restaurant has 270º views, and the Observation deck restaurant features lighter, made-to-order fare.

Public Areas

Public areas include an Observation Lounge with bar, gym, Wellness area, infinity-style outdoor hot tubs, library, main lounge with full-service bar, 24-hour beverage station, state-of-the-art facilities for films, slideshows and presentations, and a photo workshop area; plus, an expedition base with lockers for expedition gear, and an “open bridge” for access to our captain, officers and the art of navigation. The vessel is staffed by our wellness specialists and features a glass-enclosed yoga studio, gym, treatment rooms and spa relaxation area, and high- and low-heat saunas with ocean views.

 

Electronic Charts

An electronic chart showing the ship’s location, course, and speed is almost always on display in the lounge.

Open Bridge

You’ll find our captains are engaged, knowledgeable members of your expedition who are eager to share their passion with you. National Geographic Endurance’s open bridge features comfortable spaces to sit, enjoy the view, drink your morning coffee, or simply chat with the officers.

Expedition Landing Craft

Key to our operation is our fleet of expedition landing craft, which we use to land in places that would otherwise be inaccessible. With 14 of these boats and two loading stations used every time we disembark, we’re able to transfer guests off the ship quickly, so you can be out on adventures, not idly waiting. The expedition landing craft we use are 19 feet long, powered by four-stroke outboard engines, and are capable of comfortably carrying 10-12 people. They are widely recognized as the safest and most versatile small boats afloat.

 

Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)

Capable of reaching 1,000 feet, far beyond the range of any Scuba diver, the ROV allows you to literally view parts of the undersea that are as unexplored as the Moon. Chances are, you, like many of our guests, will be struck by how surprisingly colorful undersea life is in these unlikely places. This glimpse may fundamentally change how you view the ocean!

Kayaks

National Geographic Endurance will be equipped with a fleet of kayaks large enough to ensure everyone who wants to can paddle at every opportunity, conditions permitting. Prior kayaking experience isn’t necessary—many of our guests have their first kayaking experience in extraordinary locations. Our custom-designed floating platform lets us deploy kayaks from the ship, or any location we want—including far from shore. Kayakers are usually free to explore where they want within boundaries set by the undersea specialist and officer of the watch.

Underwater Camera

Our undersea specialist will dive often during your expedition, even in the polar regions, with cold-water gear, to shoot high-definition, Cousteau-like footage of the deep. Colorful nudibranchs, swimming, plant-like crinoids, and mysterious fish with antifreeze blood that thrive in the frigid sea will give you an entirely new appreciation of the marine environment.

Video Microscope

Naturalists will use the video microscope to help explain all elements of the environment, including tiny organisms that are the building block of the marine ecosystem. Spellbinding live views of krill at 80x magnification populate the high-definition screens in the lounge with vivid detail and fills every onlooker with a sense of wonder at the importance of otherwise unobservable creatures.

Hydrophone

This underwater microphone is deployed to listen to the vocalizations of marine mammals. Real time transmissions of their eerie, haunting sounds can be broadcast or recorded for later playback. Few experiences in nature are as captivating as watching humpback whales feed close to the ship as their vocalizations play through the ship’s PA system.

The all-new National Geographic Endurance (debuting in April 2020) is a next-generation expedition ship, purpose-built for polar navigation. As a fully stabilized, highly strengthened, ice-class Polar Code PC5 (Category A) vessel, it is designed to navigate polar passages year-round, and safely explore unchartered waters, while providing exceptional comfort. Its patented X-BOW® is key to its design; its powerful wave-slicing action provides an extremely smooth ride in even adverse conditions, and reduces spray on deck, for superior observation. She carries a full suite of expedition tools and offers a variety of experience-enhancing amenities.

Special Features

  • Expedition Leader & expert naturalist staff
  • Full-time doctor
  • Undersea specialist
  • Expert photographer
  • Lindblad photo instructor and video chronicler
  • Wellness Specialist
  • Internet café
  • Laundry service
  • Tools for Exploration

 

The luxury of comfort on expedition

National Geographic Endurance comfortably accommodates 126 guests in 69 outside-facing cabins. Cabins are efficiently designed, with sizes ranging from the 140-square-foot solo cabin to the 430-square-foot category 7 suite. Fifty-three of the 69 cabins, including all 12 of the solo cabins, will feature small balconies with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that bring in the spectacular views and ample natural light.

 

 

Comfort & convenience in every room

Every cabin has a large window or balcony, and temperature controls. Bathrooms are modern and stocked with botanically inspired hair products, soap, shower gel, and a hairdryer. Cabins are equipped with expedition command centers with tablets and USB/mobile device docking, TVs, and Wi-Fi connections. 

 

 

 

Deck Plan & Cabin Details

Click to Enlarge

 

Dining

Food served aboard is fresh, local, delicious, and sourced from suppliers who share our values of sustainable use whenever possible. Meals aboard are almost always served in the dining room, located aft of the lounge deck. When weather conditions allow, lighter fare may be served on the observation deck. There is no assigned seating and our dining room accommodates the entire expedition community. During meals, your expedition leader, naturalists, and any guest speakers aboard will join you. The ship features two restaurants, featuring local, sustainable choices and open seating for flexible, inclusive dining; plus, a Chef’s table for intimate, small group dining. The main restaurant has 270º views, and the Observation deck restaurant features lighter, made-to-order fare.

Public Areas

Public areas include an Observation Lounge with bar, gym, Wellness area, infinity-style outdoor hot tubs, library, main lounge with full-service bar, 24-hour beverage station, state-of-the-art facilities for films, slideshows and presentations, and a photo workshop area; plus, an expedition base with lockers for expedition gear, and an “open bridge” for access to our captain, officers and the art of navigation. The vessel is staffed by our wellness specialists and features a glass-enclosed yoga studio, gym, treatment rooms and spa relaxation area, and high- and low-heat saunas with ocean views.

 

Electronic Charts

An electronic chart showing the ship’s location, course, and speed is almost always on display in the lounge.

Open Bridge

You’ll find our captains are engaged, knowledgeable members of your expedition who are eager to share their passion with you. National Geographic Endurance’s open bridge features comfortable spaces to sit, enjoy the view, drink your morning coffee, or simply chat with the officers.

Expedition Landing Craft

Key to our operation is our fleet of expedition landing craft, which we use to land in places that would otherwise be inaccessible. With 14 of these boats and two loading stations used every time we disembark, we’re able to transfer guests off the ship quickly, so you can be out on adventures, not idly waiting. The expedition landing craft we use are 19 feet long, powered by four-stroke outboard engines, and are capable of comfortably carrying 10-12 people. They are widely recognized as the safest and most versatile small boats afloat.

 

Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)

Capable of reaching 1,000 feet, far beyond the range of any Scuba diver, the ROV allows you to literally view parts of the undersea that are as unexplored as the Moon. Chances are, you, like many of our guests, will be struck by how surprisingly colorful undersea life is in these unlikely places. This glimpse may fundamentally change how you view the ocean!

Kayaks

National Geographic Endurance will be equipped with a fleet of kayaks large enough to ensure everyone who wants to can paddle at every opportunity, conditions permitting. Prior kayaking experience isn’t necessary—many of our guests have their first kayaking experience in extraordinary locations. Our custom-designed floating platform lets us deploy kayaks from the ship, or any location we want—including far from shore. Kayakers are usually free to explore where they want within boundaries set by the undersea specialist and officer of the watch.

Underwater Camera

Our undersea specialist will dive often during your expedition, even in the polar regions, with cold-water gear, to shoot high-definition, Cousteau-like footage of the deep. Colorful nudibranchs, swimming, plant-like crinoids, and mysterious fish with antifreeze blood that thrive in the frigid sea will give you an entirely new appreciation of the marine environment.

Video Microscope

Naturalists will use the video microscope to help explain all elements of the environment, including tiny organisms that are the building block of the marine ecosystem. Spellbinding live views of krill at 80x magnification populate the high-definition screens in the lounge with vivid detail and fills every onlooker with a sense of wonder at the importance of otherwise unobservable creatures.

Hydrophone

This underwater microphone is deployed to listen to the vocalizations of marine mammals. Real time transmissions of their eerie, haunting sounds can be broadcast or recorded for later playback. Few experiences in nature are as captivating as watching humpback whales feed close to the ship as their vocalizations play through the ship’s PA system.

Cabin Categories 1-7 prices are per person, based on the double occupancy, in US Dollars.

Cabin Categories A & B Solo are available only for single travelers. Prices are per person, based on the single occupancy, in US Dollars.

 A $500 discount is extended to all guests under the age of 18.

Charter Flight Costs: Buenos Aires-Ushuaia/Ushuaia-Buenos Aires - November 19 and December 9 is $580 per person, each way, including all associated tax. This fare will be reflected on your invoice, and will be due at the time of final payment.  

C1
Category 1

Brochure price

$28,750
C2
Category 2

Brochure price

$29,590
C3
Category 3

Brochure price

$34,450
C4
Category 4

Brochure price

$38,560
C5
Category 5

Brochure price

$44,320
C6
Category 6

Brochure price

$50,920
C7
Category 7

Brochure price

$56,520
CA
Category A Solo

Brochure price

$42,990
CB
Category B Solo

Brochure price

$48,200

IMPORTANT: All tour prices, taxes and airfares quoted in this brochure are based on tariffs and costs that were in effect at the time of publication. Consequently, prices herein are subject to change. Due to fluctuations in global oil prices, a fuel surcharge may be added to your tour fee. You will be advised of details and costs prior to departure.

Single Occupancy

Category A/B solo cabins are perfectly suited for single travelers.  Those of you interested in traveling in Categories 1-7 as a solo traveler can do so at 200% of the double occupancy rate.  If you would like to purchase one of the Category 1-7 Staterooms as a solo traveler, please email reservations@travelquesttours.com or call us (1-800-830-1998) for details.

Triple Occupancy

A very limited number of triple accommodations are available for this sailing and sold on a first come basis. A third person may be added to a double occupancy cabin in categories 3-7, with the third person paying 50% of the double occupancy cruise fare. Email reservations@travelquesttours.com or call us (1-800-830-1998) for details.

Travelers Under the Age of 18

A $500 discount is extended to all guests under the age of 18.

Room Sharing Program

If you are traveling solo, you can realize significant savings by taking advantage of TravelQuest’s Room Sharing Program, which matches travelers of the same gender so they can share twin-bedded accommodations.

Includes

  • Buenos Aires airport (EZE)-hotel arrival transfer on November 18, 2021 (based on group flights)
  • Overnight accommodations in Buenos Aires on November 18, including guided city tour and lunch
  • Accommodations in ocean-view staterooms and suites for 21 days/20 nights aboard the National Geographic Endurance
  • All meals as noted in itinerary (vegetarian and wellness-focused meal selections, with special dietary menus upon request)
  • Complimentary beverages, including fine wines and spirits (excluding select premium spirits), soft drinks, coffee and tea served throughout the ship
  • Two private wine and cheese receptions with your TQ host and senior Endurance staff
  • All shore excursions and sightseeing, including new understandings of the Antarctic ecosystem presented by ship-board expedition leader and naturalist staff, plus new insights into astronomy through our onboard enrichment lecture series
  • Services of a TravelQuest Trip Leader/Astronomer
  • Services of the ship’s physician
  • Use of ship Zodiacs and kayaks
  • All special access permits, entrance fees, taxes, service and port fees
  • A complimentary parka for each guest
  • Yours to keep - a one-of-a-kind commemorative TQ 2021 total solar eclipse parka patch
  • All tips to guides and drivers, and gratuities to the ship’s crew

Not Included

  • Air travel to and from Buenos Aires, Argentina (Airport code: EZE)
  • Cost for charter flights - Buenos Aires-Ushuaia-Buenos Aires - November 19 and December 9.
    • The cost for these charter flights are $580 per person, each way, including all associated tax. This fare will be reflected on your invoice, and will be due at the time of final payment.  
  • Passport & visa fees, along with any required immunizations
  • Items of a personal nature, including spa and laundry services, WiFi access, boutique, select premium spirits
  • Trip Cancellation Insurance

Payments & Terms

  • An advance payment of $3,000 USD per person and a completed Reservation Form are required to secure your reservation.
  • It is mandatory that you complete and return the required three-part General Medical Information Form when it is provided to you.
  • Your balance payment in full, payable by bank wire only, is due July 20, 2021.

Cancellation Terms

  • TravelQuest reserves the right to treat a reservation as cancelled if payments are not received when due.
  • Cancellations must be in writing, by email, fax or letter to TravelQuest to receive a refund of cruise charges according to this schedule:
    • Cancellations made from the time of booking through May 21, 2021 (180 days prior to sailing), will incur a cancellation fee equal to $1,000 USD per person.
    • Cancellations made between May 22–July 20, 2021 (179-120 days), will incur a cancellation fee equal to $3,000 USD per person.
    • Cancellations made between July 21–August 19, 2021 (119-90 days), will incur a cancellation fee equal to 25% of trip cost.
    • Cancellations made between August 20 – September 18, 2021 (89-60 days), will incur a cancellation fee equal to 50% of trip cost.
    • Cancellations made after September 19, 2021, will incur a cancellation fee equal to 100% of trip cost.
  • International air cancellation terms are additional.

IMPORTANT NOTE

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared Covid-19 as a global pandemic in March 2020, and its consequences are therefore no longer unforeseen or unexpected. These consequences include but are not limited to travel advisories and restrictions, flight and other transport disruptions and cancelations, mandatory quarantine periods, border closures and stay at home mandates, health advisories changes to applicable laws and Government Mandates and prohibitions. No deposits paid will be refunded should any of these Covid-19 events result in a travel member’s trip cancellation, interruption or mandatory quarantine.

BOOKING YOUR AIR TRAVEL

Using TQ’s special air booking partner (schedules and fares provided in early 2021) will assure you don’t miss the boat! This program offers guests the opportunity to upgrade to First or Business class.

Traveler Health

We at TQ want to be sure you find the trip that best suits your interests and level of fitness. Prior to submitting their booking, it is the responsibility of each traveler on the booking to thoroughly read the itinerary, acquire and understand all pertinent medical advice to determine whether or not they are of an appropriate physical state and health in which to undertake the trip. At minimum, participants must be able to climb into and out of buses, vans and trains without assistance, keep up with the pace of the trip, and carry their own luggage. If you have any questions about your trip’s itinerary or its level of difficulty, please contact us prior to booking.

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance protects you from the unexpected “what-ifs” on your travels. What if your bags go missing, what if you have to cancel, what if you need medical assistance? We at TravelQuest International recommend that you purchase a travel protection plan to help protect you and your travel investment against the unexpected. You may purchase this insurance on your own or you may contact our friends at Travelex who are familiar with our trips and offer a selection of coverages to suit your needs. To be eligible for the waiver of pre-existing medical condition exclusion, their plans must be purchased within 15 days from the time you make your initial deposit to TravelQuest. Otherwise, the plan may be purchased any time prior to departure.

For more information on these plans or to enroll, click on the link below or contact Travelex Insurance Services direct at 1-800-228-9792, and reference location number 03-6043.

TravelEx Insurance

A Note About Fuel

In the uncertain, often volatile oil market, it is difficult to predict long-term fuel costs, and more specifically, costs at the time of the voyage. Our prices are based on the prevailing fuel rates at the time of the brochure publication, which is well in advance of departure. While we will do everything possible to maintain our prices, if fuel prices increase significantly at or before the time of the voyage, it may be necessary to institute a fuel surcharge.

 

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