About the Refunds for Uganda tours due to coronavirus, According to the Uganda Wildlife Authority, you can rebook twice up to 31st Mar 2022. I am pleased that Uganda protecting the gorillas and chimps very well during this pandemic. Many tourists are in a similar situation although some are due and some are not due to travel. Some have decided to move their tour booking for a much later date rather than cancel the tour.
It’s also been suggested that flights will be much expensive after the pandemic, so it’s better to change the flight dates of the original booking without a change fee’. If you are still keen to do this trip perhaps you could do the same. I think global travel will be more expensive after this crisis, so to retain your flights and tour at the same price could be a good thing.
Euro Uganda Safaris suspended a change and cancellation fees for future bookings up to 24 months from the original confirmation date. Due to the high volume of cancellations, we’ve introduced a one-click cancellation policy link. Many customers have already postponed or cancelled their tours and have received either refund credit notes or cash refunds.
As we continued to monitor the situation to ensure the safety of all our travelers, we urge travelers to remain vigilant at all times and take all necessary precautionary measures to support your health and the well-being of others, and heed the advice of the local authorities.
In light of the latest government lockdown, our offices remain closed until the national lockdown is lifted. Our online team is working really, really hard to support the people who need us most wherever possible. You can send inquiries by email, live chat or telephone – [email protected] | +256 392 591 845 or +256 414 580 139 (WhatsApp). We know many of you had tours planned in the coming months and are affected by the measures taken as a result of the pandemic. So, we consider all the Refunds for Uganda tours due to coronavirus