Wendy Wu Tours
COVID-19 Vaccination Policy
Wendy Wu Tours are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our passengers, working with our airline partners to take adequate measures to protect you from contracting and spreading COVID-19, in accordance with legal requirements and government guidelines.
Our vaccination policy mirrors that of our airline partners, and of the host destination, and is part of our overall COVID safety policy to ensure a safe travelling environment and to ensure each tour is experienced fully by all passengers, as some sights across all destinations require proof of vaccination status.
All passengers travelling with Wendy Wu Tours will be required, to be fully vaccinated, and must be able to present their COVID-19 credentials in digital or paper format to help prove their vaccination status.
Individual passengers are responsible for any charges for testing, vaccination and / or cancellation fees arising from passengers unable to provide the required evidence. As the safety and wellbeing of our passengers is our number one priority, it is a requirement that our key staff on tour must be either fully vaccinated or can provide a negative test result before meeting our passengers.
Vaccination against COVID-19 is an important tool in helping to prevent infection and reduce hospitalisation. In accordance with public health advice, and as an integral part of our health and safety measures, we strongly encourage all passengers and staff to participate in ongoing vaccination programmes, where it is safe to do so.
We are constantly reviewing the situation for any changes.
It is the responsibility of each Wendy Wu Tours passenger to check that they meet all entry criteria of the host country prior to departure. Wendy Wu Tours is not liable for any passenger being refused entry to a host country for any reason. In all cases, the responsibility rests with the individual.
You can visit Covid-19 Travel Permits & Testing page to see latest government advice regarding your specific state/country requirements.
Last Updated: 10 February 2022