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Kanchanaburi Cruise Tour Detail

Kanchanaburi Cruise Tour Detail

4
Days/3 Nights RV RIVER KWAI CRUISE (Upstream)
Day 1
Monday

Bangkok-Kanchanaburi-Ban
Kao (Lunch/Dinner)

07:00 Depart from Bangkok by coach to Kanchanaburi via Nakorn Pathom.

09:00 Short stop to visit the highest Chedi in Thailand called “Phra
Pathom Chedi” which is the largest pagoda in Southeast Asia.

10:30 Visit to Khao Noi Cave Temple (Wat Tham Khao Noi) located on the
west bank of the river. The monastery was constructed on a hill, decorated
in the form of Chinese architecture and cultural art. From the top of
the monastery observe the beautiful scenery of Kanchanaburi and its mountainous
horizon. Also visit to Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Sua) nearby, built
in the form of Thai cultural art. The great Buddha image and pagoda placed
in the temple are respected by all Buddhists.

11:30 Continue to Kanchanaburi and visit to JEATH War Museum, a realistic
depiction of a prisoner of war (POW) camp with bamboo huts which give
an inkling of the grim living conditions and atrocities endured. On display
are tools, bombs, photographs, original sketches, testimonies, pictorials
and physical memorabilia dating from World War II.

12:00 Embark RV River Kwai.

13:00 Lunch on board while cruising on Kwai Noi River.

14:30 Visit to Wat Tham Khaopoon, a Buddhist temple which served as a
big camp of World War II. There is a middle cave containing stalactites
and stalagmites and many remarkable Buddha images. Behind the temple enjoy
a marvelous view down the valley of the Kwai Noi River.

15:00 Proceed by coach to visit Somdet Phra Sri Nakharin Park, located
in the Kanchanaburi Agriculture College. It is known as “Stone Garden”
covering 200 rai (96 acres), since most of its area is scattered with
stones of different sizes and shapes, similar to animals.

16:30 Return to boat and continue cruising upriver to Wang Pla Moo Bridge.

19:30 Dinner and overnight on board, near Ban Kao.

Day 2
Tuesday

Ban Kao-Sai Yok
(Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)

Breakfast on board while cruising upriver on the Kwai Noi River to Muang
Singh.

10:00 Visit “Prasat Muang Singh”, historical park with Khmer
architecture from the late Lopburi period, some 700-800 years ago. The
extensive ruins of the temple beside the River Kwai Noi are a potent reminder
of the vast expanse of the Khmer empire. The ancient border town of Muang
Singh, “City of the Lions”, was probably established as a trading
post.

11:00 Continue by coach to Tha Kilen Train Station.

11:47 Take a 3rd class train to Saphan Tham Krasae passing over the long
wooden viaduct.

12:02 Arrive at Saphan Tham Krasae and visit to Krasae Cave situated on
the bank of the Kwai Noi River, an excellent view point. The cavern houses
a Buddha image.

12:30 Continue by coach and short stop at Sai Yok Elephant Village located
right on the river bank, upriver from Wang Pho Bridge.

(Optional: Enjoy half an hour elephant riding through the jungle and along
the Kwai Noi River – Extra: Baht 300.- per person)

14:00 Lunch on board while cruising upriver.

Afternoon at leisure on the boat.

(Optional: Enjoy one hour Thai traditional massage – Extra: Baht
500.- per person)

19:30 Dinner and overnight on board near the Resotel.

(Optional: Enjoy 45 minutes Mon dances performance – Extra: Baht
150.- per person)

Day 3
Wednesday


Sai Yok-Sai Yok Yai-Ban Hin Dad (Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)

Breakfast on board.

09:00 Walk uphill to visit Kaeng Lava Cave. From the landing a short trail
leads to the cave which boasts admirable stone draperies and concretions
in large chambers. The stalactites and stalagmites are a spectacular creation
by nature.

10:30 Cruise upriver to Ban Haad Ngiu and continue by coach to Hell Fire
Pass, a part of the Death Railway cut through the stone mountain. Trails
lead to Hin Tok Bridge and Konyu Cutting where a plaque commemorates the
ordeal of Australian and British POW’s who undertook the hazardous work
in precarious conditions at the aptly named pass. The memorial complex
(Hin Lek Fai) is intended to honor the Allied Prisoners of War and conscripted
people from India, Burma, Malaysia and other countries who died during
construction of the railway, as well as all who suffered as a consequence
of the hardships.

Rejoin the boat at Kaeng Pa Lorm.

13:30 Lunch on board while cruising upriver, passing Sai Yok Yai Waterfalls.

Afternoon at leisure on the boat.

15:30 Visit a boarding school nearby the bank of Kwai Noi River built
under the patronage of H.R.H. Crown Pricess Sirindhorn for refugee children.

16.30 Back to boat and cruising upriver.

19:00 “Farewell Dinner” and overnight on board at Daowadueng
Bridge.

Day 4
Thursday

Ban Hin Dad-Kanchanaburi-Bangkok
(Breakfast/ Lunch)

07:00 Offering foods to monks (making merit in Buddhist style) at nearby
temple.

08:30 Breakfast on board.

10:00 Disembark and return to Kanchanaburi by coach. Visit the Thailand-Burma
Railway Center Museum, an interactive museum which provides a remarkable
research and information centre dedicated to presenting the story of the
Thailand-Burma Railway. Also visit to the Donrak War Cemetery which contains
the remains of 6,982 Allied prisoners of war who perished during the construction
of the “Death Railway”. Continue to the world-famous bridge
over the River Kwai. The sturdy Iron Bridge spanning the River Kwai Yai,
which was a crucial part of the Death Railway, was built in some 16 months
by Allied prisoners of war and Asian conscripts. The bridge was destroyed
in Allied bombing raids towards the end of World War II and was later
rebuilt by the Japanese as war reparations.

13:00 Lunch at River Kwai Restaurant, next to the bridge.

14:00 Proceed to Bangkok.

18:00 Arrive Bangkok and transfer to your hotel or to Bangkok Airport.

 

Individual
Cruise

(4 Days/3 Nights)

1 Nov
04- 30 Apr 05
1 May
05 – 31 Oct 05
Shared Twin-Cabin
Single S/C
Shared Twin-Cabin
Single S/C
Selling Prices
Baht 23,400
Baht 7,800
Baht 18,600
Baht 5,400

Price is nett in Thai Baht per person
in shared twin-cabin

Charter Cruise
(10 Twin cabins)

(4 Days/3 Nights)

1
Nov 04- 30 Apr 05
1
May 05 – 31 Oct 05
Selling Prices
Baht 368,000
Baht 280,000

enquiry
or
Booking

Terms & Conditions

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4
Days/3 Nights RV RIVER KWAI CRUISE (Downstream)
Day 1
Thursday

Bangkok-Kanchanaburi-Thong
Pha Phum-Ban Hin Dad (Lunch/Dinner)

07:00 Depart from Bangkok by coach to Kanchanaburi via Nakorn
Pathom.

09:00 Short stop to visit the highest Chedi in Thailand called “Phra
Pathom Chedi” which is the largest pagoda in Southeast Asia.

10:30 Visit to Khao Noi Cave Temple (Wat Tham Khao Noi) located on the
west bank of the river. The monastery was constructed on a hill, decorated
in the form of Chinese architecture and cultural art. From the top of
the monastery observe the beautiful scenery of Kanchanaburi and its mountainous
horizon.

Also visit to Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Sua) nearby, built in the form
of Thai cultural art. The great Buddha image and pagoda placed in the
temple are respected by all Buddhists.

11:30 Continue to Kanchanaburi.

12:30 Lunch at Sommai Restaurant.

13:30 Proceed to Hell Fire Pass, a part of the Death Railway cut through
the stone mountain. Trails lead to Hin Tok Bridge and Konyu Cutting where
a plaque commemorates the ordeal of Australian and British POW’s who undertook
the hazardous work in precarious conditions at the aptly named pass. The
memorial complex (Hin Lek Fai) is intended to honor the Allied Prisoners
of War and conscripted people from India, Burma, Malaysia and other countries
who died during construction of the railway, as well as all who suffered
as a consequence of the hardships.

16:00 Embark RV River Kwai at Daowadung Bridge and cruise downstream on
Kwai Noi River.

19:30 Dinner and overnight on board at Sai Yok Yai Waterfalls.

Day 2
Friday

Ban Hin Dad-Sai
Yok Yai-Sai Yok (Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)

Breakfast on board while cruising downriver.

08.30 Visit a boarding school nearby the bank of Kwai Noi River built
under the patronage of H.R.H. Crown Pricess Sirindhorn for refugee children.

09.45 Continue by coach to visit Hin Dad Hot Spring, formerly called Kui
Mang. It was accidentally discovered by Japanese soldiers who were supervising
the construction of the Death Railway. The natural hot spring features
two large pools and private baths. The mineral in the spring is believed
to cure many diseases, e.g. beriberi (lack of vitamin B), arthritis, etc.

10.30 Visit to Pha Tad Waterfall located in the western zone of Si Nakharin
Dam National Park. It originates from a small stream called Huai Kui Mang.
Pha Tad is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Kanchanaburi Province
and flows into the Kwai Noi River.

11:30 Board RV River Kwai at Kaeng Pa Lorm.

13:30 Lunch on board while cruising downriver to the Floatel Jungle Raft.

15:00 River rafting or canoeing downstream on Kwai Noi River. If time
allows, visit nearby Mon Village.

(Optional: Enjoy one hour Thai traditional massage – Extra: Baht
500.- per person)

19:30 Dinner and overnight on board near the Resotel.

(Optional: Enjoy 45 minutes Mon dances performance – Extra: Baht
150.- per person)

Day 3
Saturday

Sai Yok-Ban Kao
(Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)

Breakfast on board while cruising downriver.

10:15 Short visit at Sai Yok Elephant village located right on the river
bank.

(Optional: Enjoy half an hour elephant riding through the jungle and along
the River Kwai Noi – Extra: Baht 300.- per person)

11:45 Lunch on board while cruising downriver to Wang Pho Bridge.

13:00 Board the coach to visit the Krasae Cave situated on the bank of
the Kwai Noi River, an excellent view point. The cavern houses a Buddha
image.

13:36 Take a 3rd class train to Tha Kilen Train Station passing over the
long wooden viaduct.

13:51 Arrive Tha Kilen and continue by coach to “Prasat Muang Singh”,
historical park with Khmer architecture from the late Lopburi period,
some 700-800 years ago. The extensive ruins of the temple beside the River
Kwai Noi are a potent reminder of the vast expanse of the Khmer empire.
The ancient border town of Muang Singh, “City of the Lions”,
was probably established as a trading post.

15:00 Return to the RV River Kwai at Prasat Muang Singh and cruise downstream.

Afternoon at leisure on the boat.

19:00 “Farewell Dinner” and overnight on board, near Ban Kao.

Day 4
Sunday

Ban Kao-Kanchanaburi-Bangkok
(Breakfast/ Lunch)

08:00 Breakfast on board while cruising downstream to Wat Tham
Khaopoon.

09:00 Visit to Wat Tham Khaopoon, a Buddhist temple which served as a
big camp of World War II. There is a middle cave containing stalactites
and stalagmites and many remarkable Buddha images. Behind the temple enjoy
a marvelous view down the valley of the Kwai Noi River.

09:30 Continue by coach to Kanchanaburi to visit the world-famous bridge
over the River Kwai. The sturdy Iron Bridge spanning the River Kwai Yai,
which was a crucial part of the Death Railway, was built in some 16 months
by Allied prisoners of war and Asian conscripts. The bridge was destroyed
in Allied bombing raids towards the end of World War II and was later
rebuilt by the Japanese as war reparations. Continue to the Thailand-Burma
Railway Center Museum, an interactive museum which provides a remarkable
research and information centre dedicated to presenting the story of the
Thailand-Burma Railway.

Finally, visit to the Donrak War Cemetery which contains the remains of
6,982 Allied prisoners of war who perished during the construction of
the “Death Railway”.

12:30 Rejoin RV River Kwai at Saphan Mai and lunch on board while cruising
on the Mae Klong Dam at Tha Muang.

15:00 Disembark RV River Kwai at Mae Klong Dam and return to Bangkok by
coach.

18:00 Arrive Bangkok and transfer to your hotel or to Bangkok Airport.

 

Individual
Cruise

(4 Days/3 Nights)

1 Nov
04- 30 Apr 05
1 May
05 – 31 Oct 05
Shared Twin-Cabin
Single S/C
Shared Twin-Cabin
Single S/C
Selling Prices
Baht 23,400
Baht 7,800
Baht 18,600
Baht 5,400

Price is nett in Thai Baht per person
in shared twin-cabin

Charter Cruise
(10 Twin cabins)

(4 Days/3 Nights)

1
Nov 04- 30 Apr 05
1
May 05 – 31 Oct 05
Selling Prices
Baht 368,000
Baht 280,000

enquiry
or
Booking

Terms & Conditions

======================================
TOP ======================================

7
Days/6 Nights RV RIVER KWAI CRUISE
Day 1
Monday

Bangkok-Kanchanaburi-Ban
Kao (Lunch/Dinner)

07:00 Depart from Bangkok by coach to Kanchanaburi via Nakorn Pathom.

09:00 Short stop to visit the highest Chedi in Thailand called “Phra
Pathom Chedi” which is the largest pagoda in Southeast Asia.

10:30 Visit to Khao Noi Cave Temple (Wat Tham Khao Noi) located on the
west bank of the river. The monastery was constructed on a hill, decorated
in the form of Chinese architecture and cultural art. From the top of
the monastery observe the beautiful scenery of Kanchanaburi and its mountainous
horizon.

Also visit to Tiger Cave Temple (Wat Tham Sua) nearby, built in the form
of Thai cultural art. The great Buddha image and pagoda placed in the
temple are respected by all Buddhists.

11:30 Continue to Kanchanaburi and visit to JEATH War Museum, a realistic
depiction of a prisoner of war (POW) camp with bamboo huts which give
an inkling of the grim living conditions and atrocities endured. On display
are tools, bombs, photographs, original sketches, testimonies, pictorials
and physical memorabilia dating from World War II.

12:00 Embark RV River Kwai.

13:00 Lunch on board while cruising on Kwai Noi River.

14:30 Visit to Wat Tham Khaopoon, a Buddhist temple which served as a
big camp of World War II. There is a middle cave containing stalactites
and stalagmites and many remarkable Buddha images. Behind the temple enjoy
a marvelous view down the valley of the Kwai Noi River.

15:00 Proceed by coach to visit Somdet Phra Sri Nakharin Park, located
in the Kanchanaburi Agriculture College. It is known as “Stone Garden”
covering 200 rai (96 acres), since most of its area is scattered with
stones of different sizes and shapes, similar to animals.

16:30 Return to boat and continue cruising upriver to Wang Pla Moo Bridge.

19:30 Dinner and overnight on board, near Ban Kao.

Day 2
Tuesday

Ban Kao-Sai Yok
(Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)

Breakfast on board while cruising upriver on the Kwai Noi River to Muang
Singh.

10:00 Visit “Prasat Muang Singh”, historical park with Khmer
architecture from the late Lopburi period, some 700-800 years ago. The
extensive ruins of the temple beside the River Kwai Noi are a potent reminder
of the vast expanse of the Khmer empire. The ancient border town of Muang
Singh, “City of the Lions”, was probably established as a trading
post.

11:00 Continue by coach to Tha Kilen Train Station.

11:47 Take a 3rd class train to Saphan Tham Krasae passing over the long
wooden viaduct.

12:02 Arrive at Saphan Tham Krasae and visit to Krasae Cave situated on
the bank of the Kwai Noi River, an excellent view point. The cavern houses
a Buddha image.

12:30 Continue by coach and short stop at Sai Yok Elephant Village located
right on the river bank, upriver from Wang Pho Bridge.

(Optional: Enjoy half an hour elephant riding through the jungle and along
the Kwai Noi River – Extra: Baht 300.- per person)

14:00 Lunch on board while cruising upriver.

Afternoon at leisure on the boat. ,

(Optional: Enjoy one hour Thai traditional massage – Extra: Baht
500.- per person)

19:30 Dinner and overnight on board near the Resotel.

(Optional: Enjoy 45 minutes Mon dances performance – Extra: Baht
150.- per person)

Day 3
Wednesday

Sai Yok-Sai
Yok Yai-Ban Hin Dad (Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)

Breakfast on board.

09:00 Walk uphill to visit Kaeng Lava Cave. From the landing a short trail
leads to the cave which boasts admirable stone draperies and concretions
in large chambers. The stalactites and stalagmites are a spectacular creation
by nature.

10:30 Cruise upriver to Ban Haad Ngiu and continue by coach to Hell Fire
Pass, a part of the Death Railway cut through the stone mountain. Trails
lead to Hin Tok Bridge and Konyu Cutting where a plaque commemorates the
ordeal of Australian and British POW’s who undertook the hazardous work
in precarious conditions at the aptly named pass. The memorial complex
(Hin Lek Fai) is intended to honor the Allied Prisoners of War and conscripted
people from India, Burma, Malaysia and other countries who died during
construction of the railway, as well as all who suffered as a consequence
of the hardships.

Rejoin the boat at Kaeng Pa Lorm.

13:30 Lunch on board while cruising upriver, passing Sai Yok Yai Waterfalls.
Afternoon at leisure on the boat.

15.30 Visit a boarding school nearby the bank of Kwai Noi River built
under the patronage of H.R.H. Crown Pricess Sirindhorn for refugee children.

16.30 Back to boat and cruising upriver.

19.00 Dinner and overnight on board at Daowadueng Bridge.

Day 4
Thursday

Ban Hin Dad-Thong
Pha Phum-Ban Hin Dad (Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)

07:00 Offering foods to monks (making merit in Buddhist style)
at nearby temple.

08:30 Breakfast on board.

09:30 Depart by coach to visit Vachiralongkorn Dam, an immense lake created
from the waters of three rivers harnessed by the hydroelectric dam, which
stretches to the far horizon. The thick jungle through which the railway
line cut a swathe in recent times has been tamed and the surrounding fertile
land now supports agricultural crops – sugar cane, tapioca, tobacco, maize
and cotton. The admirable rugged scenery of the lake set against rolling
hills on the distant horizon is ample reward for the long journey.

Drive back to Thong Pha Phum and visit local market.

12:30 Rejoin RV River Kwai at Daowadueng Bridge

13:00 Lunch on board.

14:30 Visit Daowadueng Cave, which contains fantastically shaped concretions.

16:30 Return to the RV River Kwai at Daowadueng Bridge and cruise downstream
on Kwai Noi River.

19:30 Dinner and overnight on board at Sai Yok Yai Waterfalls.

Day 5
Friday

Ban Hin Dad-Sai
Yok Yai-Sai Yok (Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)

Breakfast on board while cruising downriver.

09:00 Meet coach at Kaeng Pa Lorm and continue to visit Hin Dad Hot Spring,
formerly called Kui Mang. It was accidentally discovered by Japanese soldiers
who were supervising the construction of the Death Railway. The natural
hot spring features two large pools and private baths. The mineral in
the spring is believed to cure many diseases, e.g. beriberi (lack of vitamin
B), arthritis, etc.

10:30 Visit to Pha Tad Waterfall located in the western zone of Si Nakharin
Dam National Park. It originates from a small stream called Huai Kui Mang.
Pha Tad is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Kanchanaburi Province
and flows into the Kwai Noi River.

11:30 Return to RV River Kwai at Kaeng Pa Lorm

13:30 Lunch on board while cruising downriver to the Floatel Jungle Raft.

15:00 River rafting or canoeing downstream on Kwai Noi River. If time
allows, visit nearby the Mon Village.

(Optional: Enjoy one hour Thai traditional massage – Extra: Baht
500.- per person)

19:30 Dinner and overnight on board near the Resotel.

(Optional: Enjoy 45 minutes Mon dances performance – Extra: Baht
150.- per person)

Day 6
Saturday

Sai Yok-Ban Kao
(Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner)

Breakfast on board while cruising downriver.

Morning at leisure on the boat.

11:45 Lunch on board while cruising downriver to Wang Pho Bridge.

14:00 Depart by coach to visit Ban Kao National Museum, constructed beside
a Neolithic burial ground. When Dr. Van Heekeren, a Dutch archaeologist
was working as a prisoner of war on the construction of The Death Railway
during World War II, he accidentally found numerous stone tolls in the
Ban Kao area. When the war was over, the archaeological excavations were
systematically conducted at the delta of the Kwai Noi and Kwai Yai Rivers.
A large number of prehistoric skeletons, potteries, stone tools and ornaments
were uncovered and exhibited at this museum.

15:15 Continue by coach to visit the Indochinese Tiger Conservation Project
at Wat Pa Luang Ta Bua (Forest temple). This forest temple has a wide
area of 438 rai (700,800 square meters) in natural scenery lively with
so many kinds of wildlife such as peacock, deer, gibbon, wild boar and
etc, and where we can see how the tigers befriend with the monks.

18:00 Rejoin RV River Kwai at Wat Yang Ko, and cruising downriver.

19:00 Farewell Dinner and overnight on board, near Ban Kao.

Day 7
Sunday

Ban Kao-Kanchanaburi-Bangkok (Breakfast/ Lunch)

Breakfast on board while cruising downstream to Wat Tham Khaopoon.

09:30 Continue by coach to Kanchanaburi to visit the world-famous bridge
over the River Kwai. The sturdy Iron Bridge spanning the River Kwai
Yai, which was a crucial part of the Death Railway, was built in some
16 months by Allied prisoners of war and Asian conscripts. The bridge
was destroyed in Allied bombing raids towards the end of World War II
and was later rebuilt by the Japanese as war reparations. Continue to
the Thailand-Burma Railway Center Museum, an interactive museum which
provides a remarkable research and information centre dedicated to presenting
the story of the Thailand-Burma Railway.

Finally, visit to the Donrak War Cemetery which contains the remains
of 6,982 Allied prisoners of war who perished during the construction
of the “Death Railway”.

12:30 Rejoin RV River Kwai at Saphan Mai and lunch on board while cruising
on the Maekhlong Dam at Tha Muang.

15:00 Disembark RV River Kwai at Mae Klong Dam and return to Bangkok
by coach.

18:00 Arrive Bangkok and transfer to your hotel or to Bangkok Airport.

 

Individual
Cruise

(7 Days/6 Nights)

1 Nov
04- 30 Apr 05
1 May
05 – 31 Oct 05
Shared Twin-Cabin
Single S/C
Shared Twin-Cabin
Single S/C
Selling Prices
Baht 39,800
Baht 14,000
Baht 31,800
Baht 9,600

Price is nett in Thai Baht per person
in shared twin-cabin

Charter Cruise
(10 Twin cabins)

(7 Days/6 Nights)

1
Nov 04- 30 Apr 05
1
May 05 – 31 Oct 05
Selling Prices
Baht 660,000
Baht 500,000

enquiry
or
Booking

Terms & Conditions

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Terms
& Conditions

Child Policy :

– Children of 4 years and older must solely occupy a berth and pay the
full rate (same as adults).

– Infants below the age of 4 years may sleep in their parent’s cabin without
extra charge but parents are to provide own baby food. (A cot can be arranged,
subject to availability)

– No triple rooms or extra beds are available.

Inclusive
of :

– Accommodation on RV River Kwai, meals as mentioned above, coffee, tea
& drinking water.

– Transfers and sightseeing tours with English, French or German speaking
local guide (together with other cruise members).

– Entrance fees

Not included :

– Optional tours

– Expenditures of a personal nature for bar and laundry.

– Gratuity to crew

Reservation
Policy :

– More than 120 days prior the departure date : 30 days option

– between 120 days and 60 days : 15 days option

– between 59 days and 30 days : 7 days option

– between 29 days and 11 days : 1 day option

This option expires if deposit payment is not received by us by the stated
date.

Payment Terms :

– 20% deposit is required upon confirmation of any bookings, refundable
up to 61 days before departure and non refundable for charters.

– Final balances must be paid 31 days before departure or the booking
may be cancelled and the deposit forfeited.

Cancellation
Terms :

– More than 60 days prior to departure : NO cancellation fee

– Between 60 and 31 days prior to departure : 20% of selling rate

– Between 30 and 21 days prior to departure : 50% of selling rate

– 20 days to departure day and no show : 100% of selling rate

Charter Payment Terms :

– 30% non-refundable deposit is required upon confirmation of charter
booking

– 30% (second) non-refundable payment by 120 days prior to departure

– Balance 60 days prior to departure

– Cancellation Term – All payments made are forfeited if clients cancel
at any date prior to departure

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