InsIde Passage CruIse

Dear Friends,
Thank you for your interest in the Alaska & Inside Passage Cruise, July 28 – August 8, 2015. This fabulous
vacation will be hosted by Matt Templeman, KEZI 9 News Anchor.
You'll appreciate these included Holiday Vacations Extra Value Features:
Roundtrip transportation from convenient locations throughout western Oregon to Portland
Roundtrip airfare from Portland to Seattle with return from Anchorage
Excellent hotel accommodations with multiple overnights in Fairbanks and Anchorage
Three night Inside Passage cruise from Vancouver to Skagway aboard Holland America Line's
ms Volendam
Alaska highlights including Denali National Park, Gold Dredge 8 and Iditarod Trail Headquarters
Intriguing attractions and experiences including the White Pass and Yukon Route Railway and
26 Glacier Cruise on Prince William Sound
22 excellent meals including all meals aboard the ms Volendam
All port charges, government fees, airport and departure taxes (minimum value of
$468 per person)
A professional Holiday Vacations Tour Director who will accompany you throughout the tour
Expert Driver/Guides for our tours and sightseeing
Guaranteed prices upon receipt of your deposit
Complimentary Alaska jacket
$100 Travel Voucher for use on a future Holiday Vacations tour
There's no better way to experience "The Great Land" than with Holiday Vacations. Our 42 years of experience
and dedication to personalized service will assure you that this 12-day tour will exceed your expectations.
Holiday Vacations' inclusive attractions, sightseeing, many meals and all accommodations as listed in our tour
itineraries offer our guests extraordinary value.
Due to the tremendous interest, we anticipate this tour to sell out quickly - book today!
A risk-free deposit of $200 will reserve your space and is fully refundable prior to final payment date.
We look forward to having you travel with us!
Courtney Nelson
Tour Consultant Manager
Holiday Vacations
12 days | A ll airfare included!
& Inside Passage Cruise
July 28 - August 8, 2015
with host Matt templeman
KEZI 9 News Anchor
Local Departur es • Low Deposit • Guar anteed prices
Matt Templeman
is one of the most
experienced local
news anchors in
Western Oregon.
throughout this
community for over a decade, Matt is
News Director at KEZI 9 News, and
anchors weekday newscasts at 5:00
p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Matt earned his Broadcast
Communications degree from
Washington State University, and
began working in television as a sports
reporter in Kennewick, Washington. He
came to KEZI 9 News initially in 1993
as a sports reporter/anchor. He moved
from the sports department to news
in 1996, and in 1999, left for Spokane,
Washington, where he began anchoring
alongside Renee McCullough. In
2003, Matt came back to the Eugene/
Springfield area as a news anchor, and
most recently returned to the KEZI 9
News team to anchor the early evening
newscasts with Renee.
Matt is involved in several local
non-profit organizations including the
Alzheimer’s Association, MDA, and
Pearl Buck Center, hosting numerous
fundraisers for these groups over the
years. Matt is happily married to his
wife Kimra of 19 years,
and has three boys,
Spencer, Avery, and Tate.
Matt invites you to
join him and KEZI 9
News viewers to Alaska!
Denali National
Park and
Mt. McKinley
Today’s scenic drive takes us to lunch at
lovely Settlers Bay Lodge. At the Iditarod
Trail Headquarters, we learn about sled
dogs and the Anchorage to Nome dog
sled race. Travel through the Matanuska
Valley, the center of Alaska’s agricultural
region. We continue to Anchorage for
two nights at the Hilton. B,L
Additional dates may be available
Day 1: Fly to Se attle
We have accommodations in
suburban Seattle this evening.
Day 2: Bon Voyage
After our included breakfast, we
drive to Vancouver, British Columbia.
This vibrant port city is surrounded
by majestic mountains and the sparkling Pacific Ocean. We board the
ms Volendam for a three night cruise
through the Inside Passage. All meals
aboard ship are included. B,L,D
Day 3: Discov er The Inside Pa ssage
Experience the mountain and coastal
scenery of the Inside Passage. This fjordlike waterway traces the Pacific coast
of Canada and Southeast Alaska and
remains a vital link between coastal towns.
Prince William
White Pass & Yukon Train
1 2 3 # of Overnights
Savor the spectacular views of snowcapped mountains, lush forests, plus
hundreds of islands and coastal inlets.
There are a variety of shipboard activities to enjoy. Evening brings delightful
shows, music and dancing. B,L,D
Day 4: Tour June au
We cruise to Alaska’s capital city,
Juneau, which can only be accessed
by air or water. Nestled between
the Gastineau Channel and Coast
Mountains, its bounty of water, forests
and mountains surprise and delight
visitors. Shop and sightsee leisurely
on your own or choose from a variety
of optional shore excursions offered
by Holland America Line. B,L,D
Day 5: See Sk agway &
W hitehor se
Enjoy breakfast on the ship as we
dock in Skagway. An excursion is
included aboard the historic White
Pass & Yukon Route Railway, following
the route of the Klondike Goldseekers.
Tonight we stay in Whitehorse, capital
of the Yukon Territory. B,L
Day 6: Tr av el The Al a sk a High way
The Alaska Highway was constructed
during World War II as a military route
linking Alaska with the lower 48 states.
Tonight’s comfortable accommodations
are at the Golden Bear Motel in
Tok. Originating as an Alaska Road
Commission camp in the 1940’s, Tok
is considered the “Sled Dog Capital
of Alaska.” D
Day 11: Cruise through gl acier s
We drive south along fjord-like
Arm with views of glaciers
Day 7: E x plor e A l a sk a’s Turnagain
and mountains. In Whittier, we cruise
inter ior
on the calm waters of Prince William
En route to Fairbanks, we pass through Sound and view tidewater glaciers,
Alaska’s largest agricultural area, Delta up-close. Observing ice break off or
Junction. Later we relive childhood joy “calve” into the sea is exhilarating!
at the Santa Claus House in North Pole, This evening we gather with our new
Alaska, before visiting Museum of the
friends at our Holiday Vacations fareNorth featuring a unique collection of
well dinner. L,D
exhibits and artifacts meaningful to
the area. Our lodging for the next two
Day 12: FLY Home
nights is at the Westmark Fairbanks.
We fly home from Anchorage with
This evening we’re treated to the “true
cherished memories of our Alaskan
Alaska experience” in Pioneer Park’s
Gold Rush Town. Enjoy a delicious
dinner at the Alaska Salmon Bake
Highest Elevation: 3,895 ft.
and frontier fun at The Golden Heart
Additional fees applied by Holland America
Revue! B,D
Day 8: Str ik e gold in Fa ir ba nks
Get an insider’s glimpse of Fairbanks
today, as we board the Riverboat
Discovery sternwheeler for a narrated
excursion on the Chena River and
go ashore at a recreated Athabascan
Indian camp. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat
authentic Miner’s lunch. Get an up close
look at the famed Trans-Alaska Pipeline.
Pan for gold at Gold Dredge 8. B,L
Day 9: E x per ience Dena li
We cross the Parks Highway bridge
and pass through Nenana, supply center for Alaskan villages located along
the Tanana and Nenana Rivers. Soon
we begin to climb across the Alaska
Range before arriving in Denali. Lunch
is included before our guided tundra
wilderness tour, a 53-mile journey into
Denali National Park. A naturalist helps
Line are not included in your tour price.
These fees include but are not limited to:
daily service charge for cabin & wait staff,
specialty restaurant cover charges and
optional shore excursions.
Keyword: kezi
All airfare, taxes & fuel surcharges
All port charges, government fees, fuel
surcharges, airport & departure taxes
(minimum value of $468 per person)
Holiday Vacations Tour Director
Motorcoach and professional Driver
All accommodations
Baggage handling at hotels
Complimentary Alaska jacket
$100 travel voucher for a future
Holiday Vacations tour
Day 10: V isit the Iditarod
July 28 - August 8, 2015
Experience a three night cruise through the Inside
Passage and travel the Alaska Highway from the
Yukon to Alaska’s spectacular Interior.
us spot grizzly bear, moose, caribou and
other wildlife in their natural habitats.
This six-million acre preserve is one
of the last and most extensive wilderness regions in the world. Our restful
night is at the Denali Princess Lodge. B,L
& Inside Passage Cruise
Exclusive Cruise Ship Benefits
3 nights aboard the ms Volendam with
a picture window oceanview stateroom
All meals aboard ship
Included Shore Excursion: White Pass
& Yukon Route Scenic Railway
(minimum value of $125 per person)
Inside Passage cruise & ports:
Vancouver, Juneau, Skagway
22 Excellent Meals Featuring
Dinner at the Alaska Salmon Bake
Miner’s lunch at Steamboat Landing
Holiday Vacations farewell dinner
B=Breakfast L=Lunch D=Dinner
All Accommodations Featuring
2 nights at the Westmark Fairbanks
1 night at the Denali Princess Lodge
2 nights at the Hilton Anchorage
Attractions & Highlights
Alaska Highway & The Yukon
Oceanview Stateroom
Trans-Alaska oil pipeline
Double............... $5199 per person
Triple....................5049 per person
Single...................6699 per person
Quad subject to availability
Santa Claus House
Museum of the North
The Golden Heart Revue! -
Price Per Person
A valid U.S. passport is required for all U.S.
citizens. Passport cards and enhanced
driver’s licenses are NOT acceptable
Deposit: $200 per person
Final Payment: April 25, 2015
Full refund 96 days prior to departure
Guaranteed Price: Your price is
guaranteed upon receipt of your deposit.
Alaska’s #1 musical show
Riverboat Discovery
Gold Dredge 8
Denali National Park tundra tour
Iditarod Trail Headquarters
26 Glacier Cruise on Prince
William Sound
Special Feature – 26 Glacier Cruise
Cruise through the calm, protected waters of Prince William Sound aboard Alaska’s
largest, fastest and most luxurious catamaran, the Klondike Express. The 137-foot vessel holds 342 passengers on three decks, two of which are enclosed and heated. Large
picture windows provide incredible viewing experiences regardless of the weather.
Departing from the port of Whittier, we travel over 135 miles, cruising to the face of
Harvard Glacier at the end of College Fjord, and then to Barry Arm and Harriman
Fjord. No other cruise takes passengers so close to these towering masses of ice.
Inching up to within 1,000 feet of the icy giants, we’ll actually
hear the glaciers move while gazing at the glittering blue ice
fields. Home to a large concentration of marine and wildlife,
photo opportunities are endless as playful sea otters flip and
dive while bald eagles soar overhead. Professional narration
is provided by US Forest Service Rangers on every cruise.
RESERVATIONs require a $200 per person deposit
Printed in the U.S.A. ©Holiday Travel, Inc.
Final payment is due
For more information, to make a reservation,
or to refer a friend, please call:
April 25, 2015
Your tour is fully
refundable up to
96 days prior to
Thank You!
2727 Henry Ave. | P.O. Box 87 | Eau Claire, WI 54702-0087
Printed on recycled paper containing post-consumer waste.
Departure PointS:
Red Lion Hotel
Hilton Eugene &
Conference Center
Sleep Inn
Coos Bay
Transportation provided to/from
Portland International Airport
is Proud to be Recognized as
The Best in Alaska Tourism!
Explore “The Great Land” With
Award Winning Tours to Alaska!
As an exceptional contributor to Alaska
tourism, Holiday Vacations extends a
warm invitation to have you travel with
us to the Last Frontier. Experience the
majestic beauty and interesting attractions
of the Inside Passage, Canadian Yukon
and Alaska’s rich interior on one of our
award winning, fully guided land
and cruise tours.
Scenic Wildlife
Professional Tour
Directors and Drivers
Stunning Landscapes
Call Today’ll be glad you did!
Discover “The Great Land” aboard our fleet
of comfortable & spacious motorcoaches
Experience the Best Care in the Industry
62 years of combined experience
Holiday guests in Glacier Bay
Professional Tour
Directors and Drivers
Alaska Jacket
Tour Excellence &
Incomparable Value
Holiday Vacations’ professionally trained
Tour Directors and Drivers are the best
in the business. They will handle all travel
details, making your vacation fun and
carefree. You’ll appreciate traveling with
our knowledgeable Alaskan specialists, as
they share the area’s history and culture.
Tour in luxury, enjoying comfortable
seats and large picture windows aboard
the finest fleet of motorcoaches in Alaska.
As a special thank you for traveling
to Alaska with us in 2015, each guest
will receive a complimentary jacket
commemorating their spectacular
vacation. This custom-made jacket
is the perfect weight for Alaska’s
summer months and features a
windproof & water repellent nylon
shell, hidden hood, adjustable cuffs
and front zipper closure.
Our years of experience, dedication
to personalized guest service and
professional relationships with quality
hotels, restaurants, attractions and
other suppliers assure you of a carefree
and memorable vacation. Enjoy
inclusive sightseeing & attractions,
excellent accommodations and many
included meals featuring delicious
regional cuisine.
Mon – Fri 7am to 7pm | Saturday 9am to 1pm | Central Time
Explore Alaska with
We Provide the Complete
Alaska Experience!
With Holiday Vacations, you’re
assured that your Alaska experience
is as comprehensive as possible. In addition
to visiting ports of call in Southeast
Alaska, our tours take you into Alaska’s
rich interior and the Canadian Yukon.
These areas simply can’t be missed when
traveling to The Great Land.
Majestic Mount McKinley
Denali National Park
A highlight of all Holiday Vacations’ tours is a visit to
Denali National Park. Wild and primitive, it is home to
North America’s tallest mountain, majestic Mt. McKinley.
All Holiday Alaska vacations include the Tundra
Wilderness Tour, a 53-mile journey into Denali National
Park directed by a Certified Interpretive Guide.
White Pass & Yukon Route Train
This historic narrow-gauge railway was constructed in
1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush. The railroad
features comfortable, vintage parlor cars and truly
incredible scenery. View gorgeous panoramas of
majestic mountains, glistening glaciers, stunning
gorges and impressive waterfalls.
Riverboat Discovery & Gold Dredge 8
Cruise into Alaska’s past onboard an authentic sternwheeler.
Watch as bush pilots display their skills, learn the
challenges of producing a champion dogsled team and gain
insight into the Athabascan Indian Culture. The legacy of
Alaska’s gold rush history comes to life at Gold Dredge 8.
Pan for gold and keep what you find!
Holland America’s Signature Cruise Line
Discover a world of unexpected pleasures
onboard Holland America Line’s signature
cruise vessel, the ms Volendam. Explore the
spacious public areas classically decorated in
rich color palettes and textured tapestries.
Elegantly appointed with fine art and
nautical antiques, the ship’s ambiance is
timeless and refined. Holland America
Line’s traditional style of cruising combined
with a flair of elegance create the perfect
cruising experience – whatever your interest,
whatever your pace.
Gracious Staterooms
Retreat to your oceanview stateroom where a relaxing
world of comfort awaits. Spacious in size and stylishly
furnished rooms include two lower beds, which
can be easily converted to one queen-size bed, private
bathroom and cozy sitting area.
Exceptional Service
At the heart of every Holland America Line cruise
is a staff committed to providing impeccable service.
Sailing with a ratio of one crew member for every two
guests provides multiple opportunities for gracious,
personalized service.
Excellent Cuisine
Throughout your cruise vacation, enjoy fresh Alaskan
specialties such as king crab legs and grilled salmon.
From a festive five-course affair to a casual dinner for
two, the choice is yours with Holland America Line’s
sophisticated dining settings.
Mon – Fri 7am to 7pm | Saturday 9am to 1pm | Central Time
Holiday Vacations invites you to attend an informative travel show featuring the
Alaska & Inside Passage Cruise, July 28 – August 8, 2015. This fabulous vacation will
be hosted by Matt Templeman, KEZI 9 News Anchor.
Join us for an audio/visual presentation of this fabulous tour. Learn about the exciting
attractions and wonderful accommodations of this fascinating destination. Reservations
are not necessary.
Tuesday, February 24
Wednesday, February 25
Comfort Suites
969 Kruse Way
10 a.m., 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Sleep Inn & Suites
2855 Northwest Edenbower Blvd.
10 a.m. & 1 p.m.
Coos Bay
Thursday, February 26
Red Lion Hotel
1313 North Bayshore Dr.
10 a.m. & 1 p.m.
Guaranteed Prices Holiday Vacations’
published tour prices are based on the rates
known at the time of publication and are
expected to be in effect at the time of departure. Once we have received your deposit,
your price is guaranteed, and any subsequent price increase is at our expense.
Reservations Make reservations well in
advance. Space requested by phone will be
held for five business days, pending receipt
of the required deposit by mail, telephone
or in person. Reservations made after the
indicated final payment due date must be
paid in full at the time of reservation.
A Deposit Of $200 Per Person A deposit
must accompany all reservation requests.
Personal check, money order, Discover,
MasterCard or VISA are acceptable forms
of payment. The deposit is fully refundable
prior to the final payment due date.
Hazardous Materials Federal law forbids
the carriage of hazardous materials
aboard aircraft in your luggage or on
your person. A violation can result in
five years imprisonment and penalties
of $250,000 or more (49 U.S.C. 5124).
Hazardous materials include explosives,
compressed gases, flammable liquids
and solids, oxidizers, poisons, corrosives
and radioactive materials. Examples:
Paints, lighter fluid, fireworks, tear gases,
oxygen bottles, and radiopharmaceuticals. There are special exceptions for
small quantities (up to 70 ounces total)
of medicinal and toilet articles carried in
your luggage and certain smoking materials carried on your person. For further
information contact Holiday Vacations or
Final Payment A balance due date
and amount will be indicated on your tour
invoice deposit receipt. We accept credit
cards but appreciate final payments to
be made by check or money order.
Airport Departure Cities Departure cities
are subject to change due to limited or
discontinued airline service. The availability
of airline seats may be limited from each
departure city. Holiday Vacations reserves
the right to provide ground transportation
to or from a larger or alternate airport.
Special Requests Individual requests must
be made when booking. Requests for (non)
smoking, special dietary needs, and adjoining, handicap accessible or other room
types are subject to confirmation and
cannot be guaranteed.
Departure From Cities Not Listed
You may request a departure from a
city not listed. Holiday’s air department
will determine the feasibility of your
request and advise you of any additional
cost, if applicable.
Surcharges Included Tour prices are
guaranteed and include airfare, federal taxes,
airport security charges, airline segment fees,
airport passenger facility charges and fuel
surcharges, if applicable. International airfare
also includes applicable airport fees and
taxes assessed by individual countries. Airline
luggage fees are an additional charge and
are payable directly to the airlines at check-in.
Land Only Price You may request a land
only price. If the tour is purchased as
land only, it will be your responsibility to
meet the group at the arrival airport at
the time designated by Holiday Vacations.
If you prefer, you can join the tour at the
first night’s hotel. Taxi or other airport
transfer costs are not included for
independent arrival or departure.
Cancellation Fees
Should you cancel your tour reservations for any reason, the following cancellation fees will apply:
Motorcoach Tours (no flights)
Written notice received
Prior to final payment date
Final payment date to 31 days prior to departure date
30 days to 48 hours prior to departure date
Less than 48 hours prior to departure or after tour departure
Cancellation fee
Full refund
25% of tour price
100% of tour price
Air Tours–Canada & Lower 48 U.S.
Written notice received
Prior to final payment date
Final payment date to 35 days prior to departure date 34 days to 48 hours prior to departure date
Less than 48 hours prior to departure or after tour departure
Cancellation fee
Full refund
25% of tour price
50% of tour price
100% of tour price
International & Cruise Tours, Alaska, Rail, Hawaii
Written notice received
Prior to final payment date
Final payment date to 46 days prior to departure date
45 days to 8 days prior to departure date
7 days or less to departure or after tour departure
Cancellation fee
Full refund
25% of tour price
50% of tour price
100% of tour price
Note: If you are sharing a room and your partner cancels or leaves the tour en route, you will be
responsible for the difference between the double and single accommodations tour price.
Airline Seating Seat assignments are
controlled by the airline. We will no longer
solicit requests and seating cannot be
guaranteed by Holiday Vacations.
Award Miles Please be advised that some
commercial airlines offer reduced award
miles to travelers booked on a group reservation. Holiday Vacations is happy to submit
your frequent flyer number to the airlines,
but makes no guarantee that full mileage
will be awarded.
Persons Needing Special Assistance
The ability to perform assorted levels of
activity while traveling varies between
each individual. Although we welcome
your questions regarding the amount of
activity on any tour, Holiday Vacations is
unable to determine your travel health
and fitness level. Please consult your
doctor with questions when evaluating
your ability to travel.
Holiday Vacations is unable to provide
attendant services. We strongly advise
persons with special needs to travel
with someone who can assist them.
Tour participants requiring special
assistance for other than personal
needs must notify Holiday Vacations
in writing to determine what assistance
can be provided. Children traveling on
tour must be at least eight years old
and accompanied by an adult.
Reservation Changes Requests for
changes in flight schedules, early or
extended hotel stays or for other eligible
components of the tour should be made
prior to the final payment date. A nonrefundable processing fee of $50 per person will apply for any change requested
prior to the final payment date and $100
per person for any change requested
on or after the final payment date. These
fees are in addition to any costs or
penalties from suppliers.
Insurance Holiday Vacations recognizes
the value and importance of travel
insurance for our customers. We offer
an optional Travel Protection Plan, which
includes accident and sickness coverage,
baggage protection, trip interruption
and cancellation insurance. An insurance
brochure will be sent with your tour
invoice deposit receipt or may be
requested in advance. For your
convenience, the insurance premium
is included on your tour invoice.
Processing fees for a voluntary change
in airport departure or for other requested
changes are not covered by this insurance. Insurance must be paid for on
or before your final payment due date.
solo Travelers Holiday Vacations
welcomes solo travelers. We will try to
assist in arranging a roommate for any
person wishing to share accommodations
at the double occupancy tour rate. Should
a shared arrangement not be available,
the single price applies.
Cruise Line Charges Additional fees
applied by the cruise lines are not
included in your tour price. These fees
include but are not limited to: daily
service charge for cabin & wait staff,
specialty restaurant cover charges
and optional shore excursions.
Triple & Quad These accommodations
are usually in rooms with two double
beds. A rollaway bed or cot is subject
to availability on a request basis.
Photography & Video on Tour Holiday
Vacations reserves the right to take photographs and/or videos on any of its tours
and to use such records for promotional
and/or commercial purposes.
Reservation Name/Identification
The requirement to collect your date
of birth, gender and full name as it
appears on the government issued
photo identification you will use on
your tour is federally mandated by the
Transportation Security Administration.
TSA’s privacy policy as well as additional
details, can be found at
using the keywords Secure Flight.
Passport Required It is Holiday
Vacations’ policy that all tours traveling
outside of the United States require
a valid U.S. Passport in the form of a
Passport book. Your Passport must be
valid for 6 months from the end date
of your tour. Passport cards and enhanced
driver’s licenses are NOT acceptable
forms of identification for any Holiday
Vacations tour traveling outside of the
United States.
Tour Documents Tour packets will be
mailed at least ten days before your tour
departure date. This material includes tour
pickup location and time, a tour itinerary,
hotel list and luggage tag.
Gratuities Tips for all the included
features of your tour (baggage handling,
included meals, etc.) will be taken care
of by your Tour Director. Tips for meals
on your own or for other services are
at your discretion. Customary tips for
the Tour Director & Driver are on a
voluntary basis and given individually.
Suggested gratuities will be provided
with your tour documents.
Train Routes & schedules Please note
that train schedules and/or routes are
subject to change by railroad passenger
services. No liability shall be incurred by
Holiday Vacations for subsequent changes
to train schedules and/or routes.
On tour, each person is allowed
one suitcase which will be handled
for you at hotels. In addition, you may
carry a small bag aboard. Carry-on
articles are the responsibility of each
person. Carry-ons that do not fit in the
overhead compartments may be charged
as an additional piece of luggage.
Additional pieces of luggage will be
handled for you at hotels at a cost
of $4 per bag, per day or at the cost
specified for some tours. Though every
effort will be made to safeguard your
baggage, Holiday Vacations accepts
no liability for loss or damage.
Responsibility Tours are arranged
and operated by Holiday Travel, Inc.,
d/b/a Holiday Vacations, 2727 Henry Ave.,
P.O. Box 87, Eau Claire, WI 54702.
Holiday Vacations and their agents act
only as an agent for such other parties,
firms or corporations providing services
herein. No liability shall be incurred by
Holiday Vacations, their agents, presenters or co-sponsors because of injury, loss,
delay or other complication experienced
by tour participants.
Holiday Vacations reserves the right
to correct printing errors, to make any
changes or alterations in the printed
itineraries, dates, routings, hotels or in
included features prior to or during the
tour, necessary for the smooth and
efficient operation of the tour. The hotels
used may change without notice. Holiday
Vacations reserves the right to accept,
decline or retain any person as a
participant of these tours.
Checked Luggage
(Not to exceed 62” total dimensions)
Purse, Tote, Camera Bag, Backpack
(Not to exceed 8” x 14” x 20”)
European Air Conditioning
Please note that air conditioning is
not a standard feature in European
hotels and restaurants. Those that
offer air conditioning may not produce
the amount of cool air you are
accustomed to at home.
directly to the airlines. An excess fee or
handling charge may be collected by
the airlines for each piece over the
designated allowance and for oversize
or overweight baggage.
Luggage The cost of checking luggage
with the airlines is the responsibility
of each guest. This cost, if any, will be
charged by the airlines when checking
luggage for your flight and is payable
United states Tour Operators Association $1 Million Travelers Assistance
Program Holiday Vacations, as an Active Member of USTOA, is required to post
$1 Million with USTOA to be used to reimburse, in accordance with the terms and
conditions of the USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program, the advance
payments of Holiday Vacations customers in the unlikely event of Holiday Vacations
bankruptcy, insolvency or cessation of business. Further, you should understand
that the $1 Million posted by Holiday Vacations may be sufficient to provide only
a partial recovery of the advance payments received by Holiday Vacations. More
details of the USTOA Travelers Assistance Program may be obtained by writing to
USTOA at 345 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1801,
New York, New York 10001, or by email to
[email protected] or by visiting their website at