We know that the ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 may be impacting your travel plans or business and we’re here to help. We understand that this is a confusing time as the situation evolves every day around the world. 

As countries opt for temporary travel restrictions and guidance may change frequently, we encourage our business partners, operators and travellers to check with the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), or local government authorities for more information about the impact to your destination. 

We understand you may need to change your plans and as business, we are also changing ours in order to go through this unprecedented crisis. 

What is Leezair's cancellation policy? 

Travellers flexibility is our priority. That’s why the vast majority of Leezair bookings are refunded in full, if canceled more than 24 hours before the start of the booking. 

Operators are free to manage their cancellation policies and terms, however in general we have three main types of cancellation policies: 

  • Standard 
  • All Sales Final 
  • Non-Standard 

Unsure where to find your cancellation policy? This page can help. 

Our ‘Standard Cancellation Policy’: free cancellation up to 24 hours before

This covers the vast majority of our experiences, and allows for a full refund up to 24 hours before the start of the booking (if the experience does not have an explicit start time, the deadline to request a change or to cancel will generally be 11:59 pm in the provider’s timezone, two days before the start date). 

To cancel your booking, follow these instructions. 

‘All Sales Final’ and ‘Non-Standard’ bookings impacted by COVID-19 

‘All Sales Final’ and ‘Non-Standard’ applies to a small number of experiences (products) with stricter cancellation and refund policies. However, given the health and safety risks of COVID-19, we’ll be offering full refunds on all impacted bookings with these cancellation policies, for travel occurring through May 31, 2020. Under the current circumstances, travelers with bookings with ‘All Sales Final’ and ‘Non-Standard’ cancellation policies may cancel for a full refund. For virtual/online experiences, the operator’s cancellation policy will apply as normal. To cancel your booking, follow these instructions. (Not all bookings support online cancellation. Contact us if your booking is “All Sales Final” or “Non-Standard”, or you are unsure how the cancellation policy applies to you.) 

Other eligibility criteria for booking changes or cancellations 

If you have a booking with us that isn’t covered in the policy above but has been impacted by COVID-19, you may still be eligible to change or cancel your booking if:

  • You must comply with travel and/or disease control restrictions implemented by your local authorities or the authorities in your destination of travel.
  • You are a medical professional and must perform duties in connection with the COVID-19 outbreak. 
  • You have been diagnosed or are suspected of being infected with COVID-19 by health authorities. 

In any of these cases, you may cancel your booking directly or contact us

Other frequently asked questions 

I need to cancel my booking. How do I do that?
To cancel your booking, go there. (Most bookings support online cancellation. Contact us if your booking is “Non-Standard”, or you are unsure how the cancellation policy applies to you.

The experience I had booked is closed due to COVID-19. Am I still eligible for a refund?
Yes. If the experience you have booked has closed due to COVID-19, you will be eligible for a refund. In most cases, our Customer Service team will do its best to contact you to process your refund if an experience is closed or canceled due to COVID-19. However, you can also request a refund yourself (recommended).

The situation is improving in some countries, is it safe to start to plan travel and book experiences in those destinations?
At Leezair, your safety and well-being is our top priority. As COVID-19 continues to spread globally and many countries tighten restrictions on non-essential activities, we recommend you check and follow guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO) and your local government authorities.

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