Coast to Coast Challenge

New Zealand

Over four challenging but exhilarating days, you will explore New Zealand's South Island like you never have before: on foot, by bike and rafting through rapids.

Trip duration:
5 days

Challenge duration:
4 days

Challenge grade:
4/5

Departure months:
November to April

Accommodation:
Basic multi-share dorms & shared facilities

Tackle the Coast to Coast Challenge

There's nothing quite like the open expanse of New Zealand's South Island— the dramatic landscapes, the crisp blue skyline hugging the rugged mountain ranges, with startling contrasts of blue, green and grey.

On this adventure, prepare to experience the island in a completely new way. You will travel the width of the South Island of New Zealand, making the most of the amazing terrain that lies in between. From cycling to Otira, to crossing the famous ‘Divide’, and a rafting expedition on the mighty Waimakariri River - this is truly off-the-beaten track.

From the starting point of our adventure on Cameron’s Beach on the West Coast, to alpine crossings, the rush of Horseshoe Bends, and finally our triumphant finish line on the East Coast at the Pier on New Brighton Beach in Christchurch - this is a journey you'll never forget.

It's challenging, unforgiving - and completely life-changing.

Wide road leading towards snow capped mountain. Arthur's Pass, New Zealand
Young man following dirt trail through lush forest. Arthur's Pass, New Zealand

Why you'll love this adventure

  • Experience the unique beauty of New Zealand's South Island through this multi-sport challenge you'll never forget
  • Trek the world-famous Alpine Crossing and cycle from Cameron’s Beach to Otira, taking in breathtaking views on the way
  • Raft the Waimakariri River for 60km to the Waimakariri Road Bridge
  • Meet like-minded people and make a difference to a cause you are passionate about

Trip notes

Day 1: Meet in Christchurch - transfer to Greymouth

Today our adventure finally begins! It’s an early start. Meet your fellow teammates and guides in Central Christchurch at 9.00am or at Christchurch Airport at 10.00am. We then transfer to Greymouth on the east coast. On arrival, we check that the bikes are the right fit and take them for a quick spin before having free time to explore this quaint little town. Tonight, we gather for a welcome briefing about our upcoming challenge, do a full gear check and enjoy our first hearty dinner together, which will set us up for our big adventure ahead!

Transfer Time: 4 hours

Meals: Dinner

Day 2: Cycle from Cameron’s Beach to Otira

Today is our first challenge day! We commence from Cameron’s Beach on the West Coast. We start with a short walk off the beach to the road where we hop onto our bikes. Today’s cycle takes us via Mitchells and Lake Brunner to Otira. It’s a challenging ride, but you’ll be rewarded with stunning views and camaraderie amongst the team to keep you going. As we wind down and the first challenge day is completed, we are transferred to our accommodation at Arthur’s Pass. Tonight we enjoy a healthy meal prepared by our guides.

Challenge: 63km Cycle

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Hike the Alpine Crossing

Today is our big trekking day! We start at Arthur’s Pass, climb up to the Temple Basin ski field and down to Bealey Chasm, exploring the gorgeous countryside as we go. This alpine crossing of the Southern Alps reaches an elevation of 1400 metres, making it a spicy trek for the legs! We emerge on the east side of ‘The Divide’ at Arthur’s Pass Village. We enjoy the evening together, putting up our legs after a long day of trekking and strengthening ourselves with another healthy meal.

Challenge:  12km Trek

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Raft the Waimakariri River

This is where things really heat up, as we take on the mighty Waimakariri River on a stunning 60-kilometre journey through the Waimakariri Gorge to the Waimakariri Road Bridge. This part of the challenge is always a favourite, and makes the multisport challenge all the more fun! After breakfast, we transfer to Gooseberry Flats and start our scenic raft journey through the Gorge, Hamilton Rapids and Horseshoe Bends. At the river out-take, we meet our guides and are transferred to our accommodation near Castle Hill. We have plenty of time to freshen up before everyone gathers to celebrate at our final team dinner.

Challenge: 40km Raft (6 hours)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Cycle from Waimakariri River to New Brighton Beach - depart Christchurch

Our final day is here - the last push to reach the finish line of the Coast to Coast challenge! We have already achieved a mean feat, and all that’s left now is a 70-kilometre cycle between ourselves and the end of the race. The final day of our Coast to Coast adventure takes us from the Waimakariri River all the way to the sea at New Brighton (Christchurch) on the East Coast. We transfer from Castle Hill to the Waimakariri River Bridge to get on our road bikes and tackle the last section of the tour. We get to ride through farmland and rural scenery, trending downhill (yippee!) all the way to the coast. We arrive in New Brighton by the early afternoon where the pier marks the end of our incredible journey. We celebrate with a relaxing dip in the He Puna Taimoana hot pools and a refreshing drink. After an epic adventure and some serious exercise we’ll be full of endorphins and feeling very proud of ourselves! In the late afternoon, we transfer into central Christchurch where the tour concludes. Please do not book flights departing before 6.00pm tonight.

Challenge: 70km Cycle

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 1: Meet in Christchurch - transfer to Greymouth

Today our adventure finally begins! It’s an early start. Meet your fellow teammates and guides in Central Christchurch at 9.00am or at Christchurch Airport at 10.00am. We then transfer to Greymouth on the east coast. On arrival, we check that the bikes are the right fit and take them for a quick spin before having free time to explore this quaint little town. Tonight, we gather for a welcome briefing about our upcoming challenge, do a full gear check and enjoy our first hearty dinner together, which will set us up for our big adventure ahead!

Transfer Time: 4 hours

Meals: Dinner

Day 2: Cycle from Cameron’s Beach to Otira

Today is our first challenge day! We commence from Cameron’s Beach on the West Coast. We start with a short walk off the beach to the road where we hop onto our bikes. Today’s cycle takes us via Mitchells and Lake Brunner to Otira. It’s a challenging ride, but you’ll be rewarded with stunning views and camaraderie amongst the team to keep you going. As we wind down and the first challenge day is completed, we are transferred to our accommodation at Arthur’s Pass. Tonight we enjoy a healthy meal prepared by our guides.

Challenge: 63km Cycle

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Hike the Alpine Crossing

Today is our big trekking day! We start at Arthur’s Pass, climb up to the Temple Basin ski field and down to Bealey Chasm, exploring the gorgeous countryside as we go. This alpine crossing of the Southern Alps reaches an elevation of 1400 metres, making it a spicy trek for the legs! We emerge on the east side of ‘The Divide’ at Arthur’s Pass Village. We enjoy the evening together, putting up our legs after a long day of trekking and strengthening ourselves with another healthy meal.

Challenge:  12km Trek

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Raft the Waimakariri River

This is where things really heat up, as we take on the mighty Waimakariri River on a stunning 60-kilometre journey through the Waimakariri Gorge to the Waimakariri Road Bridge. This part of the challenge is always a favourite, and makes the multisport challenge all the more fun! After breakfast, we transfer to Gooseberry Flats and start our scenic raft journey through the Gorge, Hamilton Rapids and Horseshoe Bends. At the river out-take, we meet our guides and are transferred to our accommodation near Castle Hill. We have plenty of time to freshen up before everyone gathers to celebrate at our final team dinner.

Challenge: 40km Raft (6 hours)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Cycle from Waimakariri River to New Brighton Beach - depart Christchurch

Our final day is here - the last push to reach the finish line of the Coast to Coast challenge! We have already achieved a mean feat, and all that’s left now is a 70-kilometre cycle between ourselves and the end of the race. The final day of our Coast to Coast adventure takes us from the Waimakariri River all the way to the sea at New Brighton (Christchurch) on the East Coast. We transfer from Castle Hill to the Waimakariri River Bridge to get on our road bikes and tackle the last section of the tour. We get to ride through farmland and rural scenery, trending downhill (yippee!) all the way to the coast. We arrive in New Brighton by the early afternoon where the pier marks the end of our incredible journey. We celebrate with a relaxing dip in the He Puna Taimoana hot pools and a refreshing drink. After an epic adventure and some serious exercise we’ll be full of endorphins and feeling very proud of ourselves! In the late afternoon, we transfer into central Christchurch where the tour concludes. Please do not book flights departing before 6.00pm tonight.

Challenge: 70km Cycle

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Frequently asked questions

Can't find the answer to your question? Get in touch via email (info@inspiredadventure.com.au) or phone (1300 905 188). We’re always here to help!

About the adventure

How challenging is this adventure?

The Coast to Coast Challenge itself is a challenging adventure and is rated 4/5. The track surface is generally well formed, some sections may be steep, undulating, rough or muddy. While no extensive trekking, cycling or rafting experience is required prior to registering, our adventures are specifically designed for people who are relatively fit and willing to train. This is a physical challenge, and the fitter you are, the more you will enjoy the experience. It is essential that you prepare for this challenge, particularly with hill or stair training. We recommend that in the months leading up to your trip, you increase your physical fitness with aerobic exercise.

Who will I be travelling with? 

Our average group size at Inspired Adventures ranges from 10 to 20 people. You can be sure that you have all come together with the shared purpose of making a difference to others and having the adventure of a lifetime.

The group will be led by a local tour guide with expert knowledge of the region. Many groups will also be accompanied by an Inspired Adventures team leader or doctor to support and motivate the team. 

Where applicable, a charity representative may also join the team. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about your chosen charity and their work.

Can I join an Inspired Adventure on my own?

Of course, most people do! Throughout your adventure journey, we will connect you with your fellow adventurers so you can get to know each other before you hit the road.

What is the general age range of participants?

The minimum age for this adventure is 18, however younger ages are considered on application. We have had participants aged 16–84 take part in our challenges, all united by their sense of philanthropy and adventure.

Fitness and training

How do I train for this adventure?

We will provide you with basic information on how to prepare for your adventure when you register. We recommend that you consult your GP and a personal trainer to develop a training plan that will prepare you for the challenge.

It is sensible to start training as early as possible before you go on your trek. As part of your training, we recommend making use of your weekends to complete a full day hike and if possible, an overnight hike. You should aim to walk in hilly terrain for up to 8 hours and get up to do it again the following day comfortably. Conventional exercise routines which build strength, fitness and stamina, such as aerobics and light weight training can be beneficial, particularly if your fitness level is less than ideal.

Accommodation

What is the accommodation like?

Accommodation on this adventure is in basic, but comfortable multi-share dorms and shared facilities.

Will I be sharing accommodation?

Accommodation on this adventure is based on twin-share and multi-share. You will be paired with a teammate of the same gender and, whenever possible, age group. Single rooms are available at an additional cost and subject to availability.

I’m travelling with a friend, can we stay together?

Absolutely! If you’re travelling with a friend, please make note of this and we will pair you together.

What to expect

Are showers available? 

Yes, there are showers available at the accommodation.

What is the food like? 

Please check your trip notes for meal inclusions. On this adventure you will be served a mixture of cooked and continental breakfasts, generous picnic lunches and 2-course kiwi-style dinners. Morning and afternoon tea snacks and a selection of hot & cold drinks are available during trekking.

I have dietary requirements, will I be catered for?

Of course, we will happily arrange for any dietary requirements you’ve noted during booking to be catered for. 

What weather can I expect?

New Zealand’s alpine weather can be highly changeable. There is this old saying: “If you don’t like the weather in New Zealand, wait 10 minutes.” Even in summer you can expect heavy rain, strong wind, snow and freezing temperatures. Always prepare for wind and rain as it can, and often does, happen suddenly. As a rule of thumb, plan for all weathers. If weather conditions aren’t optimal, the itinerary may be adjusted and we will attempt it on one of our other days. Your guide is a local expert, who will follow the DOC’s forecast and recommendation and will advise you on the best conditions in which to undertake the hike.

Will I have mobile phone reception? 

Mobile phone signals can be patchy in the outdoors and are dependent on your service provider. But don’t worry - this is all part of the experience! You should have reception intermittently along the trail and good reception in most towns and accommodations.

Will I have access to electricity?

Yes, there will be power points available at the lodge. New Zealand uses the Plug Type I (two flat pins and a grounding pin) the same as in Australia.

What do I need to pack? 

You will be sent a comprehensive packing list after you register for the adventure with everything you need to consider. Our local operator offers complimentary gear hire including day packs, raincoats and walking poles. In New Zealand you must be prepared for cold conditions at any time of year – it is essential to have enough warm items. You will need to carry your full day’s water supply as the water on the trail is not suitable for drinking. Please bring your own reusable water bottle or bladder. 

What happens if there is a medical emergency?

Providing the safest possible environment is our highest priority and we have an outstanding safety record. All Inspired Adventures guides and Team Leaders are first aid trained. Our guides carry a satellite phone to be used if further assistance is required.

How will you manage the risk of COVID-19?

See the COVID-19 section of our website for full details.

Costs and payments

What’s included in the travel cost?

Package inclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost includes: 

  • Basic multi-share dormitory-style accommodation with shared facilities
  • Transfers and meals as per itinerary
  • Local guide(s)
  • Private support vehicle
  • Bike hire and helmet
  • Waimakariri River Rafting
  • Healthy snacks and water on challenge days
  • He Puna Taimoana hot pools in New Brighton
  • Department of Conservation Concession Fees

What’s not included in the travel cost?

Package exclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost does not include: 

  • Airfares
  • Airport transfers
  • Pre & post adventure accommodation in Christchurch
  • Travel insurance (compulsory for non-NZ residents, highly recommended for NZ residents)
  • Visa (if applicable)
  • Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and gratuities

Are travel costs subject to change?

We will do our best to keep the travel costs as quoted. However, please keep in mind they can change due to group size or factors out of our control. If absolutely necessary, Inspired Travel may have to add on an additional supplement fee should the current social distancing measures continue. This fee would be required if our operator needs to add on additional vehicles, equipment and/or staff.

Why do I need to pay a registration fee? 

When you register, you will be required to pay a registration fee to secure your spot on the team. From the minute you register until you return from your adventure, the team at Inspired Adventures will provide you with everything you need - including a tailored fundraising plan, fitness advice and support with your travel preparations. You will receive access to your online adventure portal complete with your own online fundraising page and lots of resources to help you along the way. Your registration fee goes towards our cost of managing the adventure and supporting you on your journey.

How much spending money do I need?

We recommend that you allow NZ$45 per day to cover any meals not included in the trip costs, souvenirs, gifts, drinks and any additional activities you may wish to participate in. It is possible to travel well on a smaller budget and you can always withdraw more money while away.

Is it customary to tip? 

Tipping is not compulsory, and you are encouraged to tip only an amount you find appropriate.

Travel insurance and visas

Do I need to have travel insurance?

Travel insurance is compulsory for non-NZ residents and highly recommended for NZ residents to cover cancellation, hospital, emergency evacuation and lost luggage. We recommend purchasing your policy as soon as possible. It is up to you to ensure you have fully comprehensive travel insurance and you will need to share these details with our team before departure. For more information, please visit www.inspiredadventures.com.au/travel-insurance-information.

Do I need a visa to travel to New Zealand?

Australian passport holders do not require a visa for entry into New Zealand. If you are travelling on a different passport or for further information, please contact the relevant embassy.

About New Zealand

When is the best time to travel to New Zealand?

If you are after those amazing shots of the lakes, craters and out of the world colours then summer is the time to hike the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. This means it is very busy but the weather is nice and stable. In order to avoid the biggest crowds we recommend undertaking this challenge in November and February through to May.

Can I drink the water in New Zealand?

Tap water in New Zealand is safe to drink and we encourage you to bring refillable water bottles or water bladder to minimise plastic waste. You can fill up before the start of the day at the hotel. The water available along the trail of the Tongariro Alpine Crossing is not suitable for drinking.

About the adventure

How challenging is this adventure?

The Coast to Coast Challenge itself is a challenging adventure and is rated 4/5. The track surface is generally well formed, some sections may be steep, undulating, rough or muddy. While no extensive trekking, cycling or rafting experience is required prior to registering, our adventures are specifically designed for people who are relatively fit and willing to train. This is a physical challenge, and the fitter you are, the more you will enjoy the experience. It is essential that you prepare for this challenge, particularly with hill or stair training. We recommend that in the months leading up to your trip, you increase your physical fitness with aerobic exercise.

Who will I be travelling with? 

Our average group size at Inspired Adventures ranges from 10 to 20 people. You can be sure that you have all come together with the shared purpose of making a difference to others and having the adventure of a lifetime.

The group will be led by a local tour guide with expert knowledge of the region. Many groups will also be accompanied by an Inspired Adventures team leader or doctor to support and motivate the team. 

Where applicable, a charity representative may also join the team. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about your chosen charity and their work.

Can I join an Inspired Adventure on my own?

Of course, most people do! Throughout your adventure journey, we will connect you with your fellow adventurers so you can get to know each other before you hit the road.

What is the general age range of participants?

The minimum age for this adventure is 18, however younger ages are considered on application. We have had participants aged 16–84 take part in our challenges, all united by their sense of philanthropy and adventure.

Fitness and training

How do I train for this adventure?

We will provide you with basic information on how to prepare for your adventure when you register. We recommend that you consult your GP and a personal trainer to develop a training plan that will prepare you for the challenge.

It is sensible to start training as early as possible before you go on your trek. As part of your training, we recommend making use of your weekends to complete a full day hike and if possible, an overnight hike. You should aim to walk in hilly terrain for up to 8 hours and get up to do it again the following day comfortably. Conventional exercise routines which build strength, fitness and stamina, such as aerobics and light weight training can be beneficial, particularly if your fitness level is less than ideal.

Accommodation

What is the accommodation like?

Accommodation on this adventure is in basic, but comfortable multi-share dorms and shared facilities.

Will I be sharing accommodation?

Accommodation on this adventure is based on twin-share and multi-share. You will be paired with a teammate of the same gender and, whenever possible, age group. Single rooms are available at an additional cost and subject to availability.

I’m travelling with a friend, can we stay together?

Absolutely! If you’re travelling with a friend, please make note of this and we will pair you together.

What to expect

Are showers available? 

Yes, there are showers available at the accommodation.

What is the food like? 

Please check your trip notes for meal inclusions. On this adventure you will be served a mixture of cooked and continental breakfasts, generous picnic lunches and 2-course kiwi-style dinners. Morning and afternoon tea snacks and a selection of hot & cold drinks are available during trekking.

I have dietary requirements, will I be catered for?

Of course, we will happily arrange for any dietary requirements you’ve noted during booking to be catered for. 

What weather can I expect?

New Zealand’s alpine weather can be highly changeable. There is this old saying: “If you don’t like the weather in New Zealand, wait 10 minutes.” Even in summer you can expect heavy rain, strong wind, snow and freezing temperatures. Always prepare for wind and rain as it can, and often does, happen suddenly. As a rule of thumb, plan for all weathers. If weather conditions aren’t optimal, the itinerary may be adjusted and we will attempt it on one of our other days. Your guide is a local expert, who will follow the DOC’s forecast and recommendation and will advise you on the best conditions in which to undertake the hike.

Will I have mobile phone reception? 

Mobile phone signals can be patchy in the outdoors and are dependent on your service provider. But don’t worry - this is all part of the experience! You should have reception intermittently along the trail and good reception in most towns and accommodations.

Will I have access to electricity?

Yes, there will be power points available at the lodge. New Zealand uses the Plug Type I (two flat pins and a grounding pin) the same as in Australia.

What do I need to pack? 

You will be sent a comprehensive packing list after you register for the adventure with everything you need to consider. Our local operator offers complimentary gear hire including day packs, raincoats and walking poles. In New Zealand you must be prepared for cold conditions at any time of year – it is essential to have enough warm items. You will need to carry your full day’s water supply as the water on the trail is not suitable for drinking. Please bring your own reusable water bottle or bladder. 

What happens if there is a medical emergency?

Providing the safest possible environment is our highest priority and we have an outstanding safety record. All Inspired Adventures guides and Team Leaders are first aid trained. Our guides carry a satellite phone to be used if further assistance is required.

How will you manage the risk of COVID-19?

See the COVID-19 section of our website for full details.

Costs and payments

What’s included in the travel cost?

Package inclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost includes: 

  • Basic multi-share dormitory-style accommodation with shared facilities
  • Transfers and meals as per itinerary
  • Local guide(s)
  • Private support vehicle
  • Bike hire and helmet
  • Waimakariri River Rafting
  • Healthy snacks and water on challenge days
  • He Puna Taimoana hot pools in New Brighton
  • Department of Conservation Concession Fees

What’s not included in the travel cost?

Package exclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost does not include: 

  • Airfares
  • Airport transfers
  • Pre & post adventure accommodation in Christchurch
  • Travel insurance (compulsory for non-NZ residents, highly recommended for NZ residents)
  • Visa (if applicable)
  • Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and gratuities

Are travel costs subject to change?

We will do our best to keep the travel costs as quoted. However, please keep in mind they can change due to group size or factors out of our control. If absolutely necessary, Inspired Travel may have to add on an additional supplement fee should the current social distancing measures continue. This fee would be required if our operator needs to add on additional vehicles, equipment and/or staff.

Why do I need to pay a registration fee? 

When you register, you will be required to pay a registration fee to secure your spot on the team. From the minute you register until you return from your adventure, the team at Inspired Adventures will provide you with everything you need - including a tailored fundraising plan, fitness advice and support with your travel preparations. You will receive access to your online adventure portal complete with your own online fundraising page and lots of resources to help you along the way. Your registration fee goes towards our cost of managing the adventure and supporting you on your journey.

How much spending money do I need?

We recommend that you allow NZ$45 per day to cover any meals not included in the trip costs, souvenirs, gifts, drinks and any additional activities you may wish to participate in. It is possible to travel well on a smaller budget and you can always withdraw more money while away.

Is it customary to tip? 

Tipping is not compulsory, and you are encouraged to tip only an amount you find appropriate.

Travel insurance and visas

Do I need to have travel insurance?

Travel insurance is compulsory for non-NZ residents and highly recommended for NZ residents to cover cancellation, hospital, emergency evacuation and lost luggage. We recommend purchasing your policy as soon as possible. It is up to you to ensure you have fully comprehensive travel insurance and you will need to share these details with our team before departure. For more information, please visit www.inspiredadventures.com.au/travel-insurance-information.

Do I need a visa to travel to New Zealand?

Australian passport holders do not require a visa for entry into New Zealand. If you are travelling on a different passport or for further information, please contact the relevant embassy.

About New Zealand

When is the best time to travel to New Zealand?

If you are after those amazing shots of the lakes, craters and out of the world colours then summer is the time to hike the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. This means it is very busy but the weather is nice and stable. In order to avoid the biggest crowds we recommend undertaking this challenge in November and February through to May.

Can I drink the water in New Zealand?

Tap water in New Zealand is safe to drink and we encourage you to bring refillable water bottles or water bladder to minimise plastic waste. You can fill up before the start of the day at the hotel. The water available along the trail of the Tongariro Alpine Crossing is not suitable for drinking.

All information is subject to change and will be confirmed upon your registration.

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Responsible Travel

Caring for our adventurers, the communities we visit and the wellbeing of the planet is the heart of everything we do. This adventure is no exception.
Meaningful connections: Hear from Aranda Elders who will tell us about the history of the area.
Environment: We offset the emissions from this trip through carbon credit programs in partnership with Carbon Neutral. 
Treading lightly: Trekking is a great, low-impact way to explore.
Small group travel: Our teams consist of a maximum of 25 people. Better for you, and better for the planet.
Responsible business: We’re a certified B-Corp, committed to using business as a force for good

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Safe travel and flexible bookings

Keeping you safe: We’ve developed a stringent COVID-10 Pandemic Safety Management Plan in cooperation with government guidelines, tourism boards and the advice of medical experts to minimise the risks associated with travel as best as possible.

Flexible bookings: If COVID-19 travel bans mean your Inspired Adventure cannot go ahead as scheduled, we will endeavour to reschedule the departure to a later date or you will receive a travel credit.

To learn more about our COVID-19 policy, you can see a full list of FAQs here

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