Coronavirus Update: April 22, 2021
Tour companies are expecting to operate a growing number of U.S. itineraries in the coming months. A limited selection of international tours to places like Costa Rica, Egypt or Iceland are also resuming soon, and we will keep you updated on the latest developments.
On U.S. rivers and in some coastal areas, American Cruise Lines and American Queen Steamboat Company are cruising now with ships that carry fewer than 250 total passengers and crew. The CDC's conditional sailing order for ships sailing from U.S. ports applies only to vessels above this capacity threshold. Click either link for a list of sailings.
American Cruise Lines (vaccinations required for all passengers only on sailings before May 1)
American Queen Steamboat Company (vaccinations required for all passengers only on sailings after July 1)
Below we have linked to every tour and river cruise operator's policy covering future travel credits (FTCs) and refunds on cancelled trips and relaxed cancellation terms for future bookings.
In general, tour and river cruise companies offered generous incentives to customers who accepted future travel credits (FTCs) in lieu of a refund on a trip that was cancelled. In most cases, anyone holding a future travel credit from a cancelled trip is able to apply that credit to any vacation from the same operator booked through Vacations To Go, regardless of whether the original trip was booked through Vacations To Go.
Abercrombie & Kent
Adventures by Disney
American Cruise Lines
American Queen Steamboat Company
CostSaver by Trafalgar
Crystal River Cruises
Gate 1 Travel
Natural Habitat Adventures
Riviera River Cruises
Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours
U by Uniworld
Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection