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Maldives tours and trips under $1000 per person

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The Powder Rush ski tour from Vancouver to Calgary

Visit Vancouver, Whistler, Banff National Park, and Calgary on this active ski and sightseeing tour of the best snowy Canada has to offer.

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Ski and snowboard trip deals up to 15% off

Ski and snow tours for all ages worldwide to fit any budget.

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Up to 15% off ski vacations and snowboarding trips

Enjoy the thrills of the best skiing worldwide plus exploring new locations with group ski trips to destinations like Canada, Europe, New Zealand, Japan and more. Duration: 7-16 days.

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How to find the best deals on tour packages

Learn from our years of travel with expert tips for scoring the best rates.

  • Start with sites like Expedia. Most travel booking sites scan hundreds of operators to round up best of-the-moment deals. Filter costs from low to high to weed out tours that are too expensive for your budget.
  • Be an early bird. Many tour operators have special deals and discounts if you book early, including reduced deposits. For example, Intrepid will give you 10% off select trips when you book at least night months in advance. Just check to make sure the cancellation policy has enough flexibility that you won't lose out if your plans change.
  • Sign up for a mailing list. Research the tour companies you're most interested in and sign up for the mailing lists to stay in-the-know about limited time deals and special offers. You can always unsubscribe after booking your tour.
  • Keep your options open. It's common for tour companies to discount select destinations, which means you have a better chance of scoring a deal if you're flexible about where you go. You also may be able to get deals on last-minute tours, when travel companies are trying to fill empty seats.
  • Book on Black Friday or Cyber Monday. We see tour deals up to 75% off during the long weekend after Thanksgiving. Last year, Contiki offered tour packages for 25% off, and Intrepid had similar group tour packages for 20% off.

Here's what to expect if you book a tour during the COVID-19 pandemic

Many tour companies are following CDC guidelines to minimize your risk of exposure to COVID-19, including regular deep cleaning of transportation vehicles, among other precautions:

  • Health questionnaires. You may be asked to complete a form declaring you're free of symptoms to the best of your knowledge. You might also need to comply with a temperature check.
  • Mandatory masks. Guides and travelers must wear face masks inside and in public areas — including outdoor tours.
  • Hand sanitizer. Expect guides to tote along sanitize and encourage its liberal use throughout the tour.
  • Social distancing. Companies are enforcing a safe distance among travelers wherever possible.
  • Reduced occupancy. Tours that include transportation are stepping back the number of people they typically allow to help with distancing.
  • Contactless payments and tips. You should be able to buy your ticket and tip your guide through CashApp, PayPal, Venmo or Zelle.
  • Tip: Popular tour booking site Viator displays a hand-washing icon next to tours that comply with rigorous safety measures, along with regular temperature checks for staff and paid sick days for employees with COVID-19 symptoms.

Other tour companies are requiring that you book tickets in advance rather than in person to help control how many people are on each tour. To learn more about what to expect, head to the website of whichever tour company you're considering, and look for their COVID-19 policies.

Traveling during COVID-19

The CDC continues to advise caution when traveling within or outside the US, though it no longer requires self-quarantine or a COVID-19 test for fully vaccinated travelers as of April 2021. It recommends that you delay travel if you are not fully vaccinated to protect yourself and your family from getting or spreading the virus.

When traveling, follow safety measures that include wearing a mask in public, social distancing and washing your hands. If you are diagnosed with, have symptoms of or are waiting for COVID-19 test results — or are otherwise at risk of illness — do not attend gatherings or travel for 14 days.

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