Booking a Vacation FAQs

Booking a Vacation FAQs

How do I find a vacation?
Pick a destination from our Vacations page. When you click on a specific vacation, you will be taken to a page that provides an overview. On the page there will be links to detailed information about the vacation you are viewing including the Itinerary, Highlights, Maps, Hotels, Dates & Prices and more.
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How do I make a reservation?
Once you have found a vacation that interests you, you can use the "Book It" button located on the vacation pages. You can also contact a travel agent or call us at 1.866.755.8581 to answer any questions and to book your exciting Globus experience.
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How do I order a brochure?
Click here to be taken to our brochure order page.
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Why should I choose Globus?

  • With more than 250 vacations to 70 countries on six continents, as well as the choice of eleven distinct travel styles, Globus gives you the choice to ensure you’ll truly see the world the way you want.
  • A variety of travel styles and specialty travel to meet the desires of today’s traveler, including Family travel, Faith-based travel, and many others.
  • VIP access (no waiting in lines) to major sights throughout your journey.
  • Inside visits to major and must-see sights included in the vacation price.
  • First-class and above pre-selected hotels located right where you want to be.
  • Expert Tour Directors share their unique stories and knowledge of destinations.
  • More reasons why to choose Globus
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What is the Travel Protection Plan?
The Travel Protection Plan offers comprehensive protection for your travel investment. In addition to excellent trip coverage and cancellation protection, the plan also includes a Cancel for Any Reason Waiver Benefit that allows for cancellations up to 24 hours prior to departure (or prior business day, whichever is farther out) for any reason. In the event cancellation is for a non-covered reason under Travel Protection Plan, the cancellation penalty retained by Globus, minus the travel protection payment, will be reimbursed under the Cancel for Any Reason Waiver Benefit, in the form of Travel Certificates valid for travel within two years from the original cancelled vacation start date. This Cancel for Any Reason Waiver Benefit does not cover Instant Purchase Air or independently purchased air. Click here for more details.
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Why am I asked to give my passport name, gender and date of birth when booking air?
Due to increased travel security around the world, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires airlines to collect this information in accordance with the Secure Flight Program enacted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. If the name on the airline reservation does not exactly match the first and last name on the passport, you may not be allowed to board the plane. It is also important that this information be provided correctly at the time of booking, as any changes to your air booking, which includes spelling, could be subject to a change fee, penalties, higher fares, new schedule, and/or cancellation. TSA information is required within 10 days of booking air with Globus.
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How does Globus support sustainable travel and protect the environment?
Globus is committed to minimizing its impact on the environment and to reducing its dependence on non-renewable resources. In this endeavor, we have implemented policies to support this mission and are working carefully to enhance our products with this mission and our values combined. We are committed to complying with all relevant legislation and/or regulations. Learn more about Globus' sustainable travel efforts.
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Are Globus tours disability accessible?
Globus makes reasonable attempts to accommodate the special needs of disabled and mobility impaired travelers but is not responsible in the event it is unable to do so. Because we cannot provide individual assistance to travelers in many situations, and most of our transportation services are not equipped with wheelchair ramps, we recommend that you view our terms and conditions for details and contact us to learn more.
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What are the booking and travel guidelines for Cuba People-To-People programs?
Group Voyagers, Inc. (doing business as Globus), has been granted License No. CT-298139-1 by the United States Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), which authorizes those who register as participants in our programs to visit Cuba legally. Our itineraries provide a full-time schedule of people-to-people educational exchange activities designed to result in meaningful interactions between our travelers and individuals in Cuba. United States law requires that all participants in our programs adhere to the full-time schedule of people-to-people activities.
View Cuba Travel Guidelines
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