Planning a hiking trip takes a fair amount of time and effort. It is not as simple as deciding where to go, finding accommodation and booking your flights. You also need to plan your hikes and make sure that where you are staying is in the optimum place. So, having your flights cancelled, or worse, your entire holiday because your travel provider has gone bust is very bad news indeed.
In particular, if you cannot get a refund. Usually, without getting your money back, there is no way you can afford to book another hiking trip.
But, that need not happen to you. There are ways to get your money back which you can find out about online. You could, for example, try Creditfix´s website. They wrote an excellent article on that very subject. They have also summarized much of the information and created an infographic, which is posted below.
As you will see, should your holiday be cancelled, all is not lost. Far from it, there are actually quite a few ways to get your money back. In many cases, you will be to secure a full refund. So, you will be able to book a hiking trip that is very similar, if not better than, the one that was just cancelled.
However, as you will see, how you booked your rambling holiday, will have an impact on how likely you are to get your money back. So, do not wait until you experience problems. Instead, use the information below; to make sure you make you’re booking the best way.