TRAVEL ALERT: Flooding in Western Canada - Updated June 22, 2013

TRAVEL ALERT: FLOODING IN WESTERN CANADA

Update for June 22:

Severe flooding in Western Canada has resulted in the cancellation of three Tauck tours there:

“Best of the Canadian Rockies” – June 21: We have confirmed that all guests on this departure are safe and being attended to, and we are currently working with those guests to coordinate their return home.

“Canadian Rockies plus Glacier National Park” – June 21: We have confirmed that all guests on this departure are safe and being attended to, and we are currently working with those guests to coordinate their return home.

“Best of the Canadian Rockies” – June 23: We are currently notifying guests on this departure of this tour’s cancellation.

Other Tauck departures in the area are continuing to operate, with their itineraries adjusted as needed.
PLEASE NOTE:
• On-hold times for incoming calls are currently longer than normal, due to a higher volume of incoming calls and to the number of outgoing calls being made to guests traveling on impacted departures.
• To obtain the latest information in the most efficient manner possible, and to avoid experiencing frustration with extended on-hold times, we kindly suggest that you monitor this page for the most current updates.
• If you are scheduled to travel with Tauck and there is a need to alter or cancel your journey, you will be notified by Tauck’s Guest Relations Team via a personal call as soon as we are aware of changes.
• Unless otherwise notified, guests scheduled on upcoming departures in Western Canada should assume that their journeys will be departing.
Again, to obtain the latest and most complete information in the most efficient manner possible, we urge you to visit our website at www.Tauck.com.

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