Door County trip has been cancelled for August 2020 but is being rescheduled for August 2021. More information will be available later.
Travel Tips during Covid-19...What about travelling domestically? Should I plan a summer vacation now that some states are loosening their lock downs? Keep in mind that state-mandated travel restrictions vary widely.
Noting that cases of the coronavirus disease have been reported in every state, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) warns that travel even within the U.S. "increases your chances of getting and spreading Covid-19." That said, the CDC website does offer advice for minimizing risks while traveling, such as picking up food at curbside restaurants, keeping a 6 foot distance from others and wearing a face covering in public. And many health experts agree that as long as you take the necessary precautions, closer-to-home vacations in relatively uncrowded spots are fairly low risk. To find the ever-changing rules in place in the destination you're considering, be sure to check out the state's official tourism website.
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Trip Cancellation Policy(these rules do not apply to the extended travel tours. Those policies are set by the individual tour companies).
Fees for Day Trips are non-refundable within 14 working days of the trip if a replacement can not be found for your seat.
Trips with pre-purchased tickets are non-refundable at anytime unless a replacement is found.
Overnight trips: There are no refunds within 8 weeks of tour date unless you find a replacement or one is available on the wait list.
(These rules do not apply to the extended travel tours. Those policies are set by the individual tour companies.)
Travel Tips for Seniors
1. Get appropriate vaccines
2. Travel with your Meds
3. Request assistance at the airport
4. Enjoy eased security restrictions
5. Request airplane boarding assistance
6. Travel judiciously to prevent injury
7. Inquire about airfare discounts