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Pre and Post Tour Terms and Conditions


Payments are non-refundable as of 21 days prior to tour

All pre and post tours are based on a minimum numbers of participants, as stated. If minimum numbers are not reached by sixty (60 days) before the commencement date of the tour, delegates will be informed and possible alternative arrangements offered or a complete refund will be made.

Where participants cancel their tour this must be in writing to OSH 2023 Managers by emailing osh2023@arinex.coma.u no later than three weeks (21 days) prior to the tour date for refund in full to be provided. For cancellations after this date no refunds will be made. If the tour at any points is cancelled by the organizers or provider there will be a full refund provided.

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is strongly recommended and should be arranged by individual delegates. Please note that OSH Tour Managers takes no responsibility of extra charges incurred due to cancellation. Please check with your travel insurance company on the terms and conditions of the purchased travel insurance.


Domestic airfares to pre and post tour destinations are not included in the ground cost of the tour. Please advise the OSH Tour Managers of your flight details so that they are aware of your travel arrangements. You may still register on the pre and post tours if you have not finalised your travel arrangements. On completion of the registration form, you will be issued with an access key, which you need to record as this key allows you to access and update your booking and registration details at a later date.


The services specified in these tour descriptions are available at the time of writing.However, in the event that any service(s) becomes unavailable for any reason, OSH Tour Managers will make every effort to supply alternative services of an equal standard and value but cannot accept any responsibility for failure to provide the specified services.


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