Coronavirus

Access Culinary Trips is working with travel advisors who are looking to rebook clients whose travel plans have been impacted by Coronavirus. If your clients have had to change vacation plans due to the virus, Access Culinary Trips can help you find them another travel option.

The tour operator realizes that clients may have incurred non-refundable fees, so they are offering a discount to help offset those costs. Clients can save $250 on any small-group tour with a guaranteed departure within six months of the original departure date (click here and see the list to the right for guaranteed departures) and the operator will also waive any late booking fees. When you book, simply use promo code RESCUE250 and enter the name of the original travel company, destination and travel dates into the Special Requests section of the booking form.

“We know a lot of people are disappointed that their planned travel may be impacted by Coronavirus, but also don’t want to stay at home and lose out on a vacation week,” notes Tamar Lowell, CEO of Access Culinary Trips. “We just want to provide an alternative for those who may want to check off another bucket list destination instead.”

Among the departures travelers can consider include Cuba (not impacted by Coronavirus), Morocco, Peru and others.

For more information, visit accesstrips.com. For more news on Coronavirus, click here. To get the 4-1-1 on Access Culinary Trips’ CEO Tamar Lowell, click here.