Norwegian Fjords

All year long
1253 €


Day 1: Bergen
Bergen is the bustling capital of Norway's fjord district. If you arrive a few hours before departure, stroll around the old wooden buildings in the Bryggen Wharf, remnants of its Hanseatic past. In travel's early days, it was easier to get from Bergen to the Continent by sea than it was to get to Oslo-a fact apparent in this city's architecture and culture. You board the Norwegian Coastal Voyage this evening.

Day 2: Maloy–Torvik–Alesund–Molde–Kristiansund
When you awake, the ship will be crossing the open Stadthavet and heading for Torvik. En route, you'll stop in the beautiful Art Nouveau town of Alesund. (Between April 15 and September 14, all ships call at Geiranger in the Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site, to see the beautiful Brudesloret, Friaren, and the Seven Sisters waterfalls.) After a call at Molde—its magnificent view of the Romsdal Alps made it a favorite vacation spot of Henrik Ibsen—the ship will carefully navigate the Hustadvika, a belt of islets and skerries, before docking at Kristiansund. Optional shore excursions available.

Day 3: Trondheim–Rorvik
The ship arrives early this morning in ancient Trondheim, where you'll have time to explore this jewel of a city, Norway's first capital. Did you know that the first Viking sale of goods from “the new found land” took place here about 1000 AD? Timber from Liev Eriksson's Vinland estate was sold to a Bremen merchant. Walk the charming streets, sit by the peaceful harbor, or cross the old city bridge to see the restored wooden buildings in Bakklandet and the great gothic cathedral of Nidaros, where the new kings of old Norway once received their official blessing. From Trondheim, the ship sails on to Rorvik, where the southbound and northbound coastal ships meet. Optional shore excursions available.

Day 4: Ornes–Bodo–Stamsund–Svolvaer
Today you'll cross the Arctic Circle. Of course you can't actually see the line, but on your portside, the globe on the island of Vikingen serves as a marker. There are spectacular sites ahead: islands and skerries with majestic rock formations, whose origins are the stuff of legend. After Bodo, the ship heads out to open sea for the Lofoten Islands with their picturesque cabins on stilts and weathered wooden racks with drying cod. In the evening, she'll navigate the narrow Raftsund Strait, passing the looming crags of the Trollfjord. Optional shore excursions available.

Day 5: Harstad–Finnsnes–Tromso–Skjervoy
This morning you'll pass the medieval Trondenes church before calling at Harstad for breakfast. Afterward, you'll sail across the Vagsfjord past the great island of Senja with its diverse countryside of farmland, pine trees, and plunging peaks. Later you'll stop at Tromso, the “Paris of the North.” In the 19th century, Russian, British, Dutch, and German ships called here before heading off on Arctic expeditions for hunting whales, walruses and seals. Optional shore excursions available.

Days 6–7: Hammerfest–Havoysund– Honningsvag–Kjollefjord–Mehamn– Berlevag–Kirkenes
Finnmark's landscape is austere in its beauty, teeming with wildlife. Watch for rookeries of puffins and gannets along the cliffs and pods of orca hunting for herring. After calling at Honningsvag, the capital of the North Cape, the ship heads east toward the pretty fishing villages of Kjollefjord, Mehamn, and Berlevag. On the seventh day, you'll arrive at Kirkenes, the journey's northern terminus and turning point. Optional shore excursions available for both days.

Day 7: Kirkenes–Vardo–Batsfjord–Berlevag
After a few hours docked at Kirkenes, the ship will depart upon the southbound half of her voyage, calling during the day at ports passed at night on the trip northward. Crossing Varangerfjord, Norway's only east-facing fjord and a fabled bird-watching site, you'll arrive in Vardo, the easternmost point of the country. Next the ship will round the Varanger peninsula, where archaeologists excavated a community believed to date from 9000 BC. In the evening, the ship calls at Batsfjord, which also boasts the remains of a Stone Age settlement, and Berlevag. Look out for the Tanahorn mountain, which long ago was a Sami sacrifice site.

Day 8: Honningsvag–Havoysund– Hammerfest–Oksfjord–Skjervoy–Tromso
The ship arrives at Honningsvag in the early morning. After calling at Havoysund, she will stop for 1 1/2 hours in Hammerfest, the world's most northerly town. Despite its remote location, it was the first Norwegian town to have electric street lighting and its own power station. She then heads south to Oksfjord, whose glacier calves directly into the sea. After crossing open water, the ship calls at the old trading post of Skjervoy. You'll dock in Tromso just in time to savor its nightlife. Optional shore excursions available.

Day 9: Harstad–Risoyhamn–Sortland– Stokmarknes–Svolvaer–Stamsund
The island groups of Lofoten and Vesteralen have some of the most stunning scenery on this journey. Before your arrival, you'll see the captain skillfully maneuver the ship through the shallow waters of the Risoyrenna Channel, where sand banks are visible through the green water on both sides of the channel. The ship will negotiate the narrow Raftsund Strait leading into the breathtaking Trollfjord, before arriving in Svolvaer and Stamsund. Later, the ship heads east across Vestfjord toward Bodo. Optional shore excursions available.

Day 10: Ornes–Nesna–Sandnessjoen– Bronnoysund–Rorvik
From Ornes, you'll travel through crystalline waters, filled with spawning cod from January to April, and go by lush agricultural fields. Nearly every towering peak you'll see is associated with a local legend. Crossing the Arctic Circle once again, you'll pass the idyllic island of Sandnessjoen. On the approach to Bronnoysund, which you reach this afternoon, you'll spy the mythical Seven Sisters Mountains. Make sure you're on deck when the ship departs Bronnoysund—you'll be impressed by the captain's steady hand! Today's last port of call will be Rorvik.

Day 11: Trondheim–Kristiansund–Molde
Arrive in Trondheim early, with time to visit Norway's largest medieval church, Nidaros Cathedral, and the restored Archbishop's Residence. You'll then sail out through the beautiful Trondheimsfjord, past Hitra, island of deer, and lonely Grip. At day's end, you'll call at Molde, before arriving in Alesund late in the evening in time for a stroll on shore. Optional shore excursion available.

Day 12: Torvik–Maloy–Floro–Bergen
During the night, the ship will call at Torvik, Maloy, and Floro. The World's Most Beautiful Voyage is drawing to a close. Yet still ahead lies mile after mile of spectacular west Norway scenery: holly trees on Svanoy, the mouth of Sognefjord, and the beautiful archipelago on the approach to Bergen.

Shore Excursions
Part of what makes the Norwegian Coastal Voyage such an exceptional experience is the many opportunities to venture ashore to learn about the area's nature, history, culture and people. The day-by-day listings note when there are shore excursions, click here to find full descriptions.

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Norway's dramatic 1,250-mile west coast is one of Europe's great attractions and for more than 100 years, this the popular journey of a Norwegian cruise has been offering travelers a unique combination of history, culture and incredible vistas.

On the Norwegian Coastal Voyage our fleet of modern first class cruise ships makes 34 ports-of-call between Bergen and Kirkenes, above the Arctic Circle, from tiny fishing villages to major cities - allowing secure but easy on/off access, usually in the center of town, for independent exploring or to partake in a variety of included and optional excursions such as a dog sledding safari; Svolvaer's Ice Gallery; a visit to the North Cape; and an evening of Norwegian folk songs, hymns, and classical music in Tromso's Arctic Cathedral.


With daily departures year round, the journey begins in Bergen and travels north across the Arctic Circle and beyond whilst meandering through the dramatic splendours of the coast. As we weave in and out of narrow inlets, we sail along some of the world's most beautiful coastline, nearly always in sight of land, and discover what makes this voyage unique.

Many of our ports of call are tranquil hamlets on tiny islands whose inhabitants depend for their very existence on our ships to bring the communities essential supplies and reunite families and friends. Each ship has a distinct style and character and no two journeys will ever be the same as the changing seasons, climate, flora and fauna, local people you meet and the friendly English speaking crew, make each voyage a different experience.

Like-minded people from across the world come to enjoy the magnificent scenery and informal atmosphere on board. Many take the opportunity to sail in summer during the period of the Midnight Sun, when the sun flirts with the horizon before curving skyward, bathing the glorious scenery in perpetual daylight. Winter provides the possibility of witnessing one of Nature's lavish displays - the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights as it is more commonly known, dancing in the Arctic twilight. As we board our ship, we are part of a tradition that has spanned three centuries. It is this commitment to a proud heritage that has made us an essential part of Norwegian life.


Our ships have something special to offer- from Old World elegance to stylish contemporary art. For example, the MS Fram has a Nordic feel with its extensive use of wool, leather, and oak. MS Fram was specially designed for cruising arctic waters and is decorated with art work by esteemed Greenlandic artists. Another ship in our fleet, the MS Nordkapp, has been called a floating art gallery. Its dramatic coastal culture-themed pieces by the renowned Norwegian artist, Karl Erik Harr grace the ship.. Contemporary upgrades to the MS Nordkapp include four additional Junior Suites, Jacuzzis and an Internet café. The MS Fram and the MS Nordkapp are only two examples of the beauty that surrounds you aboard every cruise ship in our extensive fleet. We invite you to explore the unique qualities in our gallery of cruise ships designed to provide the ultimate in personal enjoyment.

MS Polarlys
Built: 1996 / Berths: 482
Gross Tonnage: 12,000
Length: 123 m / Width: 19.5 m
The MS Polarlys is a stylish ship, furnished with mahogany paneling, polished brass, and a choice selection of Norwegian contemporary art. You'll find sculptures and carvings in marble, exciting paintings and glass art, and an unparalleled view from almost every quarter of the ship.

MS Finnmarken
Built: 2002 / Berths: 643
Gross Tonnage: 15,000
Length: 138.5 m / Width: 21.5 m
The MS Finnmarken is a beautifully appointed ship, decorated in Art Nouveau style, reminiscent of the first Coastal Voyage ships in Old World elegance. Eleven Norwegian artists have put the finishing touches on the interior with drawings, watercolors, oil paintings, charcoal drawings, lithographs, and sculptures. There are 32 suites, some with a balcony and Jacuzzi. All cabins have safes, refrigerators, telephones, and TVs. The fitness center with saunas and a massage room is located on deck 8, as are the hair salon and the Internet café; the outdoor swimming pool is on deck 7. Several restaurants, bars, and indoor and outdoor cafés are available throughout the ship, as well as numerous panoramic lounges and observation areas.

MS Midnatsol
Built: 2003 / Berths: 674
Gross Tonnage: 15,000
Length: 135.7 m / Width: 21.5 m
The MS Midnatsol has a modern design, with an extensive use of Norwegian materials. The name Midnatsol means "Midnight Sun" and the ship's interior is dedicated to the Norwegian summer. Large glass expanses allow the outside light to enter, along with extraordinary views. She has a large two-story panoramic lounge on the two upper decks and a top deck with saunas, a gym, a bar, and a large sun deck with a small swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Deck 5 houses the main restaurant, cafés, an arcade with playroom, shops, and lounges. Deck 8 also has several lounges, including an Internet café, TV lounge, and a library. There are 23 beautifully appointed suites, some with a balcony. All cabins have telephones. The suites and inside cabins all have TVs.

MS Trollfjord
Built: 2002 / Berths: 674
Gross Tonnage: 15,000
Length: 135.7 m / Width: 21.5 m
The MS Trollfjord has a winter theme with a modern design, featuring Norwegian wood and stone throughout the interior. Large windows have been installed throughout the ship to let the light and scenery into the public areas, and even the elevators are made out of glass. The works of Norwegian artists decorate the ship's interior. The sauna and fitness area, as well as the small swimming pool and Jacuzzi, are located on the top deck, where passengers can enjoy the spectacular views from the large outdoor area or from the panoramic balcony. On deck 8 are numerous bars, panoramic areas, a library, and Internet Café, and deck 5 houses two restaurants and several cafés. There are 23 suites, 5 with a balcony. Suites and inside cabins have TVs.

MS Nordkapp
Built: 1996 / Berths: 490
Gross Tonnage: 11,386
Length: 123.3 m / Width: 19.5 m
On board the MS Nordkapp, you're surrounded by artworks by the renowned Norwegian artist Karl Erik Harr. His dramatic themes from coastal culture make the ship a floating art gallery. There are beautifully appointed public areas, and fantastic views from all the panoramic lounges. She has been upgraded with four additional Junior Suites, Jacuzzis and an Internet café.

MS Richard With
Built: 1993 / Berths: 490
Gross Tonnage: 11,205
Length: 121.8 m / Width: 19.2 m
The ship is named after the founder of the Coastal fleet. The art on board is by Eva, Karl Erik, and Jan Harr. The work demonstrates an intimate knowledge of the shore-hugging landscape. The panoramic lounges Horisont and Syvstjernen treat you to an unforgettable experience of the surrounding scenery. Eight Junior Suites, Jacuzzis and an Internet café were introduced last year.

MS Narvik
Built: 1982/1995 / Berths: 312
Gross Tonnage: 6,257
Length: 108.6 m / Width: 16.5 m
From Leiden, the spacious panoramic lounge perched high up on deck G, you'll have an almost 360-degree view. Scattered throughout the ship are oil paintings, wall hangings, watercolors, and lithographs by renowned artists, including Karl Erik Harr.

MS Vesteralen
Built: 1983/1995 / Berths: 318
Gross Tonnage: 6,261
Length: 108.6 m / Width: 16.5 m
The MS Vesteralen was named after the very first Coastal ship and is characterized by bright, cheerful public areas and lounges. You'll enjoy the view from the panoramic lounge and admire the collection of art featuring artists with links to the northern Norwegian landscape.

MS Nordlys
Built: 1994 / Berths: 482
Gross Tonnage: 11,200
Length: 121.8 m / Width: 19.2 m
It's only natural that art, decor, and colors inspired by the Northern Lights ("Nordlys") should characterize this ship. The woodwork, brass fittings, and textiles help make the public areas comfortable and elegant. Throughout the ship you'll find works by artists with roots in coastal Norway.

MS Kong Harald
Built: 1993 / Berths: 490
Gross Tonnage: 11,200
Length: 121.8 m / Width: 19.2 m
Although this ship is formally named after the King of Norway, you'll find other famous Norwegians on board: The bar is named after Nobel Peace laureate Fridtjof Nansen, the café after explorer Roald Amundsen. True to tradition, many well-known artists have put their own individual stamp on this exquisite ship.

MS Lofoten
Built: 1964/2003 / Berths: 171
Gross Tonnage: 2,661
Length: 87.4 m / Width: 13.5 m
Reminiscent of classic steamer vessels, the two classic vessels (limited service) still in the fleet are the most intimate of the ships, accommodating fewer than 200 cruise passengers.

MS Nordstjernen
Built: 1960/2000 / Berths: 164
Gross Tonnage: 2,568
Length: 87.4 m / Width: 13.2 m
Reminiscent of classic steamer vessels, the two classic vessels (limited service) still in the fleet are the most intimate of the ships, accommodating fewer than 200 cruise passengers.

MS Fram
Built: 2007 / Berths: 318
Gross Tonnage: 12,700
Length: 114 m / Width: 20.2 m
MS Fram was specially designed for cruising arctic waters. Through the extensive use of wool, leather, and oak, its interior has a Nordic feel. As she spends the summer months cruising the Greenland sea, the MS Fram is decorated with works by esteemed Greenlandic artists. The cabins are stylish and comfortable, and feature two lower berths or a twin-sized bed, private bathrooms with hair dryers. Each is fitted with air-conditioning, heating, and a smoke alarm. There are a variety of suites and junior suites with queen-size beds and TV. She offers a comfortable restaurant, two well-stocked bars, panoramic lounges, Internet café, and conference rooms. She also features a library with a selection of books about the polar regions, a fitness room, a sauna, two heated outdoor Jacuzzis, a gift shop purveying souvenirs, postcards, stamps, and other personal effects.

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• You may have your own favorite airline you used to fly with. We do not want to limit you with any airline specified by us.
• You may have your own class (business, first, etc.) you used to fly with. We do not want to limit you with an economy class ticket specified by us.
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If you say “above reasons do not interest me, I want to get this service also from you”, we will be more than happy to provide you the following services :

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Besides international flights by scheduled airlines, we also provide rent a car, bike, van, midibus, coach, boat, helicopter and jet with/without driver, in and out of Turkey. Please contact us for more details.


1. An official letter from your company (with a letterhead of your company) is required indicating your purpose of trip to the related country (touristic, business, etc), stamped and signed by the authorized person(s).
2. Commercial activity certificate of your company from Chamber of Commerce or Chamber of Industry dated last 6 months.
3. Recent tax certificate(photocopy) of your company.
4. Signature circular(photocopy) of your company.
5. Trade gazette (mark your name, if you’ve a partnership).
6. Personal or company bank account book.
7. 2 Recent passport-sized digital photograph (photographs must have white background).


1. An official letter from your company(with a letterhead of your company) is required indicating your purpose of trip to the related country(touristic, business, etc), stamped and signed by the authorized person(s).
2. Photocopy of your SSK registration approved by SSK.
3. Photocopy or the original of your payroll for the last 3 months.
4. Documents 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 listed under “Employers” header above.


1. A letter to the consulate or the embassy indicating the purpose of your trip to the related country.
2. Evidence of property owned(house, land, etc.).
3. Documents showing your husband’s business status (according to his job all related documents mentioned under each header is required additionally).
4. Personal bank account book.


1. A letter to the consulate or the embassy indicating the purpose of your trip to the related country.
2. Retirement book and account book of the bank showing the retirement salary.
3. Evidence of property owned (house, land, etc.).


1. A letter to the consulate or the embassy indicating the purpose of your trip to the related country.
2. Student registration document from your school.
3. Your parent’s business status documents (according to their jobs all related documents mentioned under each header is required additionally).

Further to above, additional documents required by the consulates/embassies of each country are as follows.


• Visa application form must be fully completed in capital letters.
• 1 recent passport-sized digital photograph (must have white background).
• Photocopies of pages 1 to 4 and last page of your current passport as well as photocopies of the pages of your passport showing Schengen visa/s issued before.
• Empty visa page is required.
• Travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 during your stay in Italy.
• A letter (with a letterhead) addressed to the consulate/embassy from your employer stating that during your stay in Italy “in case of any accidents or health problems, all expenses will be paid by them immediately”.
• An invitation letter from Italy.
• The company in Italy sending an invitation letter should fax its commercial registeration record to the consulate in Istanbul and to the invited company; this fax document must be included within your application documents.
• Signature circular valid for the last 1 year.
• Original commercial activity certificate valid for the last 3 months.
• SSK documents of the employee benefit paid by the company for the last 4 months (original and photocopy).
• Payroll for the last 4 months.
• Company’s bank account transactions document for the last 6 months by the bank.
• Photocopies of the confirmed hotel reservation document in Italy and confirmed airline round-trip booking document.


• For the first time visitors of Switzerland, visa is issued for a short period.
• If you do not have a previous visa to Switzerland, for commercial visits an invitation letter from Switzerland should be faxed to the consulate and a photocopy of this fax document must be included within application documents.
• For touristic visa application, photocopies of current account book or credit cards must be included within application documents.
• In the application form, the purpose of your trip must be explained very clearly.


• If you do not have a previous Schengen visa given by German Consulate, you should apply personally for a commercial visa. If the departure date to Germany is not certain then instead of the departure date, a note of “because of commercial visit” should be written instead on the application letter.
• 2 Recent passport-sized digital photograph (photographs must have white background).
• On the application letter, the purpose of the trip, departure date, occupation of the visitor must be written. On the letter it should be stated that “incase of any accidents or health problems in any Schengen country, all expenses will be paid by your company immediately” and “it is guaranteed that the visitor will definitely return before the necessary visa expires”.
• Travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 is required during your stay in Germany.
• Application form and letter must be signed by the applicant.


• Confirmed hotel reservation document in France and a photocopy of confirmed airline round-trip booking document.
• A travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 during your stay in France.
• For commercial applications, there must be a commercial invitation letter received from France.


• The visa is obtained in 5 working days.
• Your passport must be valid for at least 3 months beyond your return date.
• Photocopies of the following pages of your passport are required; page with photo, page that indicates the validity of the passport and last page where your ID information is written.
• Original application form must be clearly filled in by the applicant and must be signed by the owner of the passport. This form must be filled in with capital letters, one box is reserved for one letter and all boxes must be filled in properly. Please do not write any letter out of the boxes.
• In case of necessity the Consulate might require additional documents from the applicant.
• Photocopies of your personal bank account book and credit cards.
• Visas can be obtained free of charge. There is no visa charge!


• Confirmed hotel reservation document in France and a photocopy of confirmed airline round-trip booking document.
• Travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 during your stay in Holland.


• Application must be made at least 3 weeks before the trip.


• Touristic / commercial etc. visa application to Belgium must be done personally.


• The visa cannot be obtained before 7 working days.
• While applying to the visa, only the documents are taken and passport is given back. In 5 working days you
will be called by the consulate to bring your passport again and after then the visa is issued and passport is given back to you in 2 working days.
• Touristic visa is issued in 2 working days.


• All application documents are requested both in Turkish and in English.


• Touristic / commercial etc. visa applications to USA must be done personally.

Other than the above Schengen countries, all Schengen countries below request travel health insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 during your stay in the related countries.

• Austria (no agency applications, personal applications)
• Belgium (no agency applications, personal applications)
• Denmark
• Finland
• Iceland
• Spain (for green passport holders, visa is not required for trips less than 90 days
• Sweden
• Luxembourg
• Norway
• Portugal
• Greece


As a result of the valuable efforts of the Turkish Ministry Of Tourism, the travel insurance is now obligatory for all travelers by law. In addition, we kindly would like to aware you that most of the countries and their related consulates require a health insurance with a minimum coverage limit of Euro 30.000 to confirm your visa.

During your travel, you may have some health problems and high expenditures accordingly. Lost baggage, robbery, lost ticket, law issues, etc. are also within the possibilities of a travel. We highly reccomend a travel insurance to financially protect yourself abroad.


If you do already have a health insurance please double check if it is valid in and out of Turkey and if it covers also lost baggage, robbery, lost ticket, law issues, etc. Please be aware that some insurances are very cheap and do not cover most of the above mentioned topics. Please do not forget that the coverage limitations of an insurance is the most important thing to know.


Most of our products are valuable, non-refundable, having an advance purchase period of 2 or 3 months. After making the payment, it is not possible to get a refund and if you need to cancel your trip under specific circumstances, you should have a cancellation insurance to protect your financial loss. It is at your own risk to have a cancellation insurance or not.

We are always at your disposal to assist you in purchasing any travel, health and/or travel cancellation insurance. For more information, please apply to one of our travel advisers either by e-mail or phone.


Devri Alem will act as a sponsoring organization and has selected qualified professional tour operators to organize and administer all travel packages announced in this web site and other exclusive medias. The designated tour operator(s), in turn, acts only as agent for any transportation carrier, hotel, ground operator, or other suppliers of services connected with these tours (other providers), and the other providers are solely responsible and liable for providing their respective services. The passenger tickets in use by the carriers shall constitute the sole contract between the carriers and the passenger; the carriers are not responsible for any act, omission, or event during the time participants are not aboard their conveyances.

Devri Alem and its designated tour operator and tour administrator shall not be held liable for :

a-) any damage to, or loss of, property or injury to, or death of, persons occasioned directly or indirectly by an act or omission of any other provider, including but not limited to any defect in any aircraft, watercraft, or vehicle operated or provided by such other provider, and

b-) any loss or damage due to delay, cancellation, or disruption in any manner caused by the laws, regulations, acts or failures to act, demands, orders, or interpositions of any government or any subdivision or agent, thereof, or by acts of God, strikes, fire, flood, war, rebellion, terrorism, insurrection, sickness, quarantine, epidemics, theft, or any other cause(s) beyond their control. The participant waives any claim against Devri Alem and/or its designated tour operator and tour administrator for any such loss, damage, injury, or death.

By registering for the Devri Alem trips, the participant certifies that he/she does not have any mental, physical, or other condition or disability that would create a hazard for him/herself or other participants. Devri Alem and its designated tour operator reserve the right in their sole discretion to accept, decline to accept, or remove any participant on a Devri Alem trip.

Devri Alem and the tour operator reserve the right, without penalty, to make changes in the published itinerary whenever, in their judgment, conditions warrant, or if they deem it necessary for the comfort, convenience, or safety of participants.

Neither Devri Alem, its designated tour operator, nor its tour administrator shall be liable for any air carrier's cancellation penalty incurred by the purchase of a nonrefundable ticket to or from the participant's Devri Alem trip departure city. Baggage and personal effects are at all times the sole responsibility of the participant.

Basis of Prices; otherwise stated, all prices are based on two persons sharing a room or cabin or compartment. All prices and fares are quoted in Euros. The rates are based on current tariffs and are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances. While we will do everything possible to maintain the listed prices, if it is necessary to levy a surcharge we reserve the right to do so and notification will be given at the time of final invoicing.

Eligibility; anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for the entire journey. For family trips, children must be the minimum age indicated in the trip itinerary. Otherwise, there are no age restrictions, but all participants must be in good health.

Payments, Cancellations, and Refunds; a deposit of 35% of the package price is required for each person to reserve space on Devri Alem trips. Final payment is due no later than 60 days prior to departure. Devri Alem reserves the right to cancel a reservation if full payment has not been received by 60 days prior to departure. For reservations made within 60 days of the departure date, full payment is required when the reservation is accepted. All cancellation notices must be received in writing and will become effective as of the date of the postmark. If you cancel 120 days or more prior to departure, a refund less an administrative fee of EUR 200 of your deposit will be made. Per person charges for cancellations that occur less than 120 days prior to departure are as follows:
119-61 days prior to departure: 100% of your deposit amount;
60-45 days prior to departure: 50% of the trip price;
44 or fewer days prior to departure: 100% of the trip price

Some products payments, cancellations, refunds and general policies may be different than the above and will be advised to you at time of reservation by your travel consultant.

This policy also applies to pre- and post-trip extensions. Any airline tickets issued are subject to the carrier's refund policy.

If you cancel your package and find yourself a suitable person to take over the contractual obligations (but only if the cancelled space is still available), No cancellation fee is to be paid.

Leaving a trip in progress, for any reason whatsoever, will not result in a refund, and no refunds will be made for any unused portions of the trip. Devri Alem reserves the right to cancel any trip because of inadequate enrollment that makes the trip economically unfeasible to operate or because of good-faith concerns with respect to the safety, health, or welfare of the participants. If Devri Alem or its designated tour operator cancels a trip prior to departure, you will receive a full refund of monies paid to Devri Alem or its designated tour operator, except in the event the cancellation is due to a major global event which has resulted in the cancellation of multiple trips, in which case, you will receive a refund and/or credit equivalent to monies paid to Devri Alem or its designated tour operator. If we cancel the trip in progress, you will receive a prorated refund based on the number of days not completed on the trip. We will not be responsible for any refund for nonrefundable airline tickets or for any airline tickets purchased by the passenger directly from an airline or travel agent.

Guests who have not signed this terms and conditions but participating a trip with a person who has paid for the trip and signed this terms and conditions, they do automatically accept all these terms and conditions.

Travel, health and cancellation insurance is available at an additional cost, and is strongly recommended and advised.

Itinerary Changes; the itineraries and staff presented here are subject to modification and change by Devri Alem or its designated tour operator. Every reasonable effort will be made to operate programs as planned, but alterations may still occur after final itineraries are sent.

Health Requirements; you must be in good physical and mental health. Any physical condition requiring special attention, diet, or treatment must be reported in writing when the reservation is made. Devri Alem and its designated tour operator reserve the right to decline to accept any person as a member of a trip or to require any traveler to withdraw from a trip anytime when such action is determined to be in the best interest of the health, safety, and general welfare of the trip group or individual trip member.

Medical Precautions; for some of the trips to be realised in wilderness and similar destinations such as the Amazons, some countries in Agrica, etc, Devri Alem may require Yellow Fever Vaccination, Malaria Prophylaxis, etc. due to the CDC (Center of Disease Control) and WHO (World Health Organization) recommendations.

Photography and Video; we reserve the right to take photographs or videos during the operation of any trip or part thereof, and to use the resulting photography for promotional purposes. By booking a reservation with Devri Alem, participants agree to allow their images to be used in such photography; participants who prefer that their image not be used are asked to identify themselves to their travel consultant at the time of booking.

Other; additional Terms and Conditions may apply to some trips and will be provided with pre-trip mailings.

By registering for a Devri Alem trip, the participant agrees to the Responsibility statement and the Terms and Conditions herein.

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