Travel Advisory

Last Updated: October 30, 2021

At Knutson Travels we take the health & safety of our guests as our first priority and as such we have decided to suspend all tours through March 12, 2022.

All guests on suspended tours will be transferred to the same itinerary for 2022.  The rate at which the suspended tour was booked will be honored for 2022.

Those with departures greater than 60 days can request a refund including the cost of the non-refundable deposit.

Knutson Travels Wellness Pledge

Before each tour we operate, all Knutson Travels employees, supplier partners, and guests will take Knutson Travel’s Wellness Pledge. Our commitment to the environment through our earthtravels initiative and our 100% paperless guarantee, the Wellness Pledge will be available for completion on an iPad at the hotel as you are greeted at the airport by a Knutson Travels representative. As a company, we will follow our enhanced protocols with diligence and rigor; review them frequently as the landscape changes and always make common-sense decisions grounded in purpose and pride. We embrace these new and necessary measures to combat COVID-19 and will do our very best to provide the best Knutson Travels service, safely and effectively.

Knutson Travels has worked meticulously with our global supplier partners to plan for every itinerary following the hiatus in travel.  All partners, whether they be a hotel, museum, restaurant, or other partners, have been thoughtful about how to provide a Knutson Travels experience in this environment.

And while it’s impossible to list all of the enhanced health and safety protocols for the hundreds of Knutson partners across Asia, we ensure we and they are adhering to and surpassing the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), The Canadian Association of Tour Operators (CATO) and the European Tourism Association (ETOA) TourCare, guidelines.

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How did coronavirus (COVID-19) start?
In December 2019, China and the World Health Organization (WHO) identified the presence of a new virus that stemmed from several confirmed pneumonia cases occurring in the Chinese city of Wuhan in the province of Hubei. It was given the temporary name of 2019-nCoV, or COVID-19. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic.

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