|Booking Conditions for Solomon Berhe
Last updated: 25 September, 2006
A non-returnable deposit of 20% of the full
cost of the tour, is required to confirm a
booking. Once received the client will have been
deemed to have entered into a contract with
Solomon Berhe Tours accepting the Conditions of
A payment of 50% of the remaining balance is
due three months before the departure date.
Final balancing payment is due on arrival in
Addis Ababa. This may be in cash in dollars or
sterling equivalent in large denominations. If
clients prefer they may send the payment by bank
transfer two weeks before departure date.
In the event of cancellation within one month
of the departure date the second payment of 50%
of the cost is also non-returnable.
Cancellation within one week of departure may
result in further charges being levied.
Travel Insurance is mandatory. Clients are
responsible for arranging their own comprehensive
travel insurance. Full medical cover is
essential. We strongly recommend that insurance
is taken out at the time you confirm your booking
so that you are covered for all eventualities.
Bookings are accepted on the understanding
that there may be possible risks on any holiday
and they participate in the full knowledge of
such risks. Solomon Berhe Tours cannot be held
responsible for conditions that may arise that
are beyond their control. These include any
change in government policy that may create
problems with fuel supply, a chosen route by car
and flight times. Unusual weather conditions such
as flooding, political unrest or a failure of
services supplied by other agencies.
Solomon Berhe Tours reserve the right to alter
the itinerary after consultation with the client,
if any of the above conditions mentioned arise.
Clients are responsible for arranging their
own visa and should be in possession of a
passport valid for more than six months. They are
now available on arrival from the UK, but this
can result in some delay.
There are no compulsory vaccinations required
at this time but clients should seek medical
advise from their own doctor particularly with
regard to protection against Malaria.
NB. If the cost of internal flights with
Ethiopian Airlines increases after a booking has
been made, any unavoidable surcharge will be
passed onto the clients and will be payable
before the start of the tour.