About Booking This Tour
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.
Please visit our COVID-19 Vaccination Policy page for further information on COVID-19 vaccination requirements when travelling with Wendy Wu Tours.
Wendy Wu Tours does not give specific health advice, but we do recommend you see your doctor at least six weeks prior to travel for advice and to allow time for any necessary vaccinations. Please remember to take your itinerary with you.
For more information on vaccinations, please visit Smartraveller and Travel Vax for the latest vaccine recommendations.
Your health and safety are paramount to Wendy Wu Tours. Some of our itineraries include difficult conditions which can make physical activities challenging. You should be in reasonably good health and be able to participate in all activities unaided. To help you decide which is the right tour for you, we have developed an easy fitness grading system for every one of our tours. You can find the fitness grading on each tour page, the Tour Dossier and further information on each grading here.
Passengers with existing medical conditions and food allergies must advise Wendy Wu Tours no later than 75 days prior to your departure date from Australia.
It is strongly recommended that you are adequately covered by insurance for the duration of your travel arrangements. We recommend that you take out a policy as soon as you pay your deposit. For advice from the Australian Government regarding travel insurance, please visit smartraveller.gov.au.
Please note: If you are taking out travel insurance with your credit card company, you need to investigate the policy’s inclusions and conditions fully. You should receive a policy number, an international access phone number to contact them in an emergency, and a copy of the conditions. Please send us a copy of this information prior to your departure.
All travel insurance providers require you to contact them as soon as possible in the unlikely event that you need medical treatment, hospitalisation or your travel plans change. They will then decide the best course of action in regard to further treatment and/or repatriation and make appropriate booking arrangements. Our staff will be able to assist you in contacting your travel insurance company.