Terms & Policies

Terms And Policies

Terms of Purchase
Unless stated to otherwise, your first deposit is due at time of booking.  The balance is due as stated on the booking page.

Cancellation Policies
Each tour supplier generate its own cancellation policy which will be identified on the booking page.  Air penalties will vary by airline.

Travel Protection
Missing a vacation is bad enough. Losing the money you paid for your vacation is even worse. The U.S. Tours Travel Protection Plans offer an easy, affordable way to protect your travel investment! Our very affordable group rates provide protection and peace of mind when you travel.

International Border Crossings
On any tour leaving the United States, it is the responsibility of each passenger to have in their possession proper documents and proof of citizenship.

Currently, land crossings to Canada and Mexico require a passport or other WHTI-compliant travel document.  U.S. Tours strongly advises all travelers have a valid Passport for any travel outside the United States.  Failure to provide proper ID will result in being denied boarding, no refund will be issued.

All air travel to destinations outside the United States and its territories will require a US Passport; generally valid for at least six months beyond completion of travel.  Some destinations require travel visa; visit travel.state.gov for the most up to date information.

Airline baggage fees are the responsibility of the guest and paid directly to the airline.

U.S. Tours Reservation Forms
In compliance with Homeland Security, dates of birth and passenger’s full legal name as shown on proof of citizenship will be required for cruise and air travel.

Additional Airline Requirements
On all flights returning to the USA travelers are subject to a security screening of all electronics larger than a cell phone (laptops/ipads/tablets, etc.).  You will be asked to remove all covers or casings from electronics prior to check-in.  In addition, any electronic equipment in disrepair or broken screen will not be allowed to travel.

Plan to arrive at the airport 2 hours prior to their flight for domestic flights, 3 hours for international flights as advised by TSA (Transportation Security Administration) and CESAC (Specialized Forces for Airport Security and Civil Association).

For domestic air travel, all passengers with a driver’s license issued by a state that is still not compliant with the REAL ID Act (and has not been granted an extension) will need to show an alternative form of acceptable identification.  To check whether your state is compliant or has an extension, click here

U.S. Tours cannot be held responsible, and cannot delay a tour if any passenger is denied border crossing, or boarding onto a cruise ship or airplane.  We recommend everyone obtain a Passport. Regulations regarding border crossings and identification are changing.

Delivery of Documents
U.S. Tours will provide you with documentation and itineraries approximately 30 days prior to departure.

U.S. Tours acts only in the capacity of an agent between tour members, travel service companies and other suppliers in all matters relating to arrangements for tour components. U.S. Tours, because of its status as an agent, and because it maintains no control over the personnel, equipment or operations of these travel service suppliers, assumes no responsibility for and cannot be held liable for any personal injury, property damages, or other loss, accident, delay, inconvenience or irregularity, from whatever cause, including the negligent act of third parties during a trip. We maintain no control over Government and/or Security Agencies and we are not liable for individual damages and costs due to denied boarding. In addition, we make no specific guarantee that the description of services and facilities provided by and of the various vendors involved in package travel are accurate. Further, U.S. Tours reserves the right to change or cancel tour itineraries, and any tour components or services, whenever U.S. Tours, in its sole discretion, deems such change to be necessary. All air fares, cruise fares, and rates for other transportation and tour services are based on fares in effect at the time of printing and are subject to carrier tariff changes, and supplier surcharges.