With the ongoing outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we know that there are many questions to ponder regarding your travel plans.
The health and safety of our guests, guides, and staff is always of paramount importance to us. We continue to closely monitor the situation as it evolves. We remain in contact with our ground operators, air providers, and our security firm and compile their expert advice in order to make factual decisions. Our goal is to continue to provide you with the ability to adventure with us with confidence.
For any questions or concerns regarding current or future bookings, please call our team for assistance at 888.831.7526 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your continued trust in all of us at MT Sobek. We hope to welcome you on a trip in the not too distant future, and we thank you for your continued support.
We will update this page and the following resources as we receive new information.
Last update: April 3, 2020 17:20 PT
For requests submitted on or after April 3, 2020, the following applies:
Departures after June 1 are still scheduled to operate.
Inquire with your Adventure Coordinator for further details on cancellation or transfer policies.
If you have purchased travel protection through MT Sobek, please contact Trip Mate at 1-888-703-6877 (mention plan number F485S). Please be patient when calling your travel protection provider.
For the latest information on your flights, we recommend contacting your airline as soon as possible. Some carriers have cancelled flights and/or instituted additional restrictions or screening processes about which you should be aware.
For information on COVID-19 and tips for staying healthy when leaving your home, we recommend the excellent resources provided by the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO):
What should I do about my flights?
Please contact your airline if you have any questions regarding the status of your flight. If you are making changes to your flight or wish to cancel, many airlines are offering additional flexibility, from waivers and credits to discounts on future travel. If you purchased your flights through a third party, such as Expedia or Vayama, you’ll need to contact customer service through the website where you made your purchase in order to make changes to your reservation.
What happens if the State Department issues a Level 4 Travel Alert for a country included on my itinerary?
If you have not yet departed for your trip, we may alter the itinerary to avoid the impacted area or we may need to cancel your trip. We will be in touch to discuss the situation and the options available to you.
If you are already traveling within that destination, we will contact you as soon as possible to advise next steps for departing the region and/or returning to the US.
How can my family reach me while I am traveling?
Your final bulletin includes emergency contact information that you are encouraged to share with those people who may urgently need to reach you while you are traveling. Please contact your Adventure Coordinator for further information.
Are you accepting new reservations?
Absolutely! Though travel may be on hold right now, it’s never too early to start dreaming about your next adventure. Check out our Adventure Finder or our Travel Journal for inspiration, and reach out to our team of knowledgeable Regional Specialists with any questions.