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Ready for some fabulous skiing with breathtaking views? Come to the Dolomites. Explore this backcountry skiing jewel with the help of UIAGM/IFMGA Professional Mountain Guides, and shred both on and off piste. 12 interconnected resorts with 750 miles of prepared pistes and unlimited, out-of-bounds skiing areas await! Go hut to hut, region to region, and immerse yourself in the unique vibe of South Tyrol, Badia, and Cortina. Apart from spectacular skiing areas, such as Alta Badia, Sella Massif, Cortina d’Ampezzo, and the Marmolada Glacier, you’ll also get to enjoy Italian, Austrian, and Ladin culture and mouth-drooling dishes. Come ski some of Europe’s best lines, stay in luxury hotels, and some of the best rifugi in the Alps!

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  • More than just a skiing experience

    Marvel at the iconic Dolomites peaks, soak in the vibrant blend of cultures, unwind at premier lodgings

  • Top-notch accommodation, restaurants, and spas

    Exquisite blend of charming rifugis and luxury hotels, uspcale restaurants, and relaxing spas

  • Versatile terrain that provides countless skiing opportunities

    12 connected resorts and off-piste skiing—it’s enough to satisfy the appetite of every skier

Available itineraries

7-Day Group Backcountry Skiing in the Dolomites

Spend the whole week in the spectacular Dolomites and ski your heart out on its iconic slopes and lines! You will tour the Sella Massif, Marmolada, Passo Fedaia, Civetta Ski Area, Cinque Torri, Cortina d’Ampezzo area… The opportunities are endless—the descents differ in vertical drop so you’re bound to find something that suits your needs. As the day draws to a close, you will either retreat to luxury hotels or top-notch huts with million-dollar views. Come explore the Italian Dolomites and get to know its culture, cuisine, and traditions.

  • This thrilling backcountry skiing adventure begins in Alta Badia, the heart of the Dolomites, where you’ll meet your UIAGM/IFMGA ski guide. Have a quick trip briefing and gear check, rent any equipment you might need, and pick up your Dolomiti Superski lift pass.

    Located in the upper part of the Val Badia in the Dolomites, Alta Badia sits between 1,400 and 2,700 m (4,593 ft – 8,858 ft) above sea level, making the skiing conditions optimal throughout the winter. The ski area boasts fast and comfortable lift connections as well as wide and well-groomed slopes (130 km / 81 miles). Charming mountain huts and upscale mountain restaurants round out the appeal of this unique area. Enjoy your first dinner at the hotel.

    Accommodation: Hotel in Alta Badia
    Meals: Dinner

    Alta Badia in the Dolomites
  • After breakfast meet your guide and start exploring the Alta Badia ski resort. Today you’ll have the opportunity to venture on the famous World Cup slope of Gran Risa or on the more relaxed slopes of Piz La Villa, Gardenaccia, and Santa Croce.

    In your downtime, try traditional Ladin specialties—canderli (dumplings flavoured with spinach of speck, a ham unique to the region) or maybe turtres (deep-fried pastry stuffed with spinach, cheese etc.). In the evening, gather with your group over dinner at a local restaurant.

    Accommodation: Hotel in Alta Badia
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    A backcountry skier shredding the snow in the Dolomites
  • Have a hearty breakfast and ski towards Passo Gardena. Enroute, you’ll get a taste of the famous Sellaronda Ski Tour, which you’ll ski in its entirety tomorrow. Val di Fassa is one of the most famous ski areas in the Dolomites, and for a good reason—featuring seven different linked ski areas, you’ll have 210 km (130 miles) of slopes, always in perfect condition, and serviced by 81 lifts.

    In addition to on and off piste skiing, there are 5 ski tours an 8 snow parks to choose from! Ski down from Passo Sella, enjoying the pistes of the Canazei resort, or explore additional resorts deeper in the valley. You’ll be surrounded by many famous peaks, including Marmolada, the highest peak of the the Dolomites and home to its largest glacier!

    Accommodation: Rifugio
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    A backcountry skier in fresh powder
  • Ski towards the town of Arabba to reach the ski area of the Marmolada. This imposing mountain reaches a height of 3,342 m (10,965 ft)—the highest one in the Dolomites.

    Ski runs are well-groomed and run down the glacier towards the valley. You’ll find intermediate and more difficult slopes on the glacier in the Marmolada area, surrounded by incredible landscapes. The highest point of the ski area is also the starting point of one of the most spectacular ski runs of the Alps: La Bellunese.

    Accommodation: Rifugio
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    A skier and beautiful scenery in the Dolomites
  • A short transfer takes you to the town of Alleghe. Today you’ll discover the ski resort of Civetta, an area that became famous during thr 19th century as its winter beauty was discovered—Monte Civetta and in particular Monte Pelo, known as “God’s Throne”.

    On the slopes of these two giants you will find the largest ski district in the Veneto Region. The Ski Civetta area offers a wide range of slopes and attracts skiers of all levels, for a total of 80 km (50 miles) and 23 lifts. In the afternoon, move onto the next destination: the Cinque Torri and Lagazuoi area.

    Accommodation: Rifugio
    Meals:
    Breakfast and dinner

    Three backcountry skiers in the Dolomites
  • Ski in the area of Cinque Torri, reach Passo Falzarego, and take the Lagazuoi cable car, arriving at an altitude of 2,800 (9,186 ft) in just 3 minutes! Once at the top, enjoy panoramas from the terrace of the Rifugio Lagazuoi.

    Once you’re ready for a descent, you’re in for a treet! The Armentarola slope unfolds along the foot of the Fanes mountain, in a fairytale-looking valley surrounded by majestic walls of rock and frozen waterfalls. And just like in fairytales, the run ends with a horse-drawn lift from where you can do it all over again! The other option is to move onto another adventure.

    Accommodation: Hotel in Cortina d’Ampezzo
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    Backcountry skier in the Dolomites
  • Your backcountry ski safari in the Dolomites has come to an end! Have your breakfast in the morning and depart on your own (private transfer available on request). Reminisce about the best descents you’ve experienced and you’ll come back for more!

    Meals: Breakfast

    Dolomites apres ski
7-Day High Season Backcountry Skiing in the Dolomites

Gather your friends and family for a wonderful week full of skiing, delicious food, and fun in the majestic Dolomites! You’ll be based in different 4 & 5-star hotels and the best mountain huts in the Alps—and you’ll be able to ski within resorts or off piste for five days in a row. Sella Massif, Marmolada, Passo Fedaia, Civetta, Cinque Torri, Cortina d’Ampezzo area—these are the iconic places where you’ll shred powder. Get ready for an unforgettable week in the winter wonderland of the Dolomites! | Available during high season (January 26—March 17)

  • This thrilling backcountry skiing adventure begins in Alta Badia, the heart of the Dolomites, where you’ll meet your UIAGM/IFMGA ski guide. Have a quick trip briefing and gear check, rent any equipment you might need, and pick up your Dolomiti Superski lift pass.

    Located in the upper part of the Val Badia in the Dolomites, Alta Badia sits between 1,400 and 2,700 m (4,593 ft – 8,858 ft) above sea level, making the skiing conditions optimal throughout the winter. The ski area boasts fast and comfortable lift connections as well as wide and well-groomed slopes (130 km / 81 miles). Charming mountain huts and upscale mountain restaurants round out the appeal of this unique area. Enjoy your first dinner at the hotel.

    Accommodation: Hotel in Alta Badia
    Meals: Dinner

    Alta Badia in the Dolomites
  • After breakfast meet your guide and start exploring the Alta Badia ski resort. Today you’ll have the opportunity to venture on the famous World Cup slope of Gran Risa or on the more relaxed slopes of Piz La Villa, Gardenaccia, and Santa Croce.

    In your downtime, try traditional Ladin specialties—canderli (dumplings flavoured with spinach of speck, a ham unique to the region) or maybe turtres (deep-fried pastry stuffed with spinach, cheese etc.). In the evening, gather with your group over dinner at a local restaurant.

    Accommodation: Hotel in Alta Badia
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    A backcountry skier shredding the snow in the Dolomites
  • Have a hearty breakfast and ski towards Passo Gardena. Enroute, you’ll get a taste of the famous Sellaronda Ski Tour, which you’ll ski in its entirety tomorrow. Val di Fassa is one of the most famous ski areas in the Dolomites, and for a good reason—featuring seven different linked ski areas, you’ll have 210 km (130 miles) of slopes, always in perfect condition, and serviced by 81 lifts.

    In addition to on and off piste skiing, there are 5 ski tours an 8 snow parks to choose from! Ski down from Passo Sella, enjoying the pistes of the Canazei resort, or explore additional resorts deeper in the valley. You’ll be surrounded by many famous peaks, including Marmolada, the highest peak of the the Dolomites and home to its largest glacier!

    Accommodation: Rifugio
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    A backcountry skier in fresh powder
  • Ski towards the town of Arabba to reach the ski area of the Marmolada. This imposing mountain reaches a height of 3,342 m (10,965 ft)—the highest one in the Dolomites.

    Ski runs are well-groomed and run down the glacier towards the valley. You’ll find intermediate and more difficult slopes on the glacier in the Marmolada area, surrounded by incredible landscapes. The highest point of the ski area is also the starting point of one of the most spectacular ski runs of the Alps: La Bellunese.

    Accommodation: Rifugio
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    A skier and beautiful scenery in the Dolomites
  • A short transfer takes you to the town of Alleghe. Today you’ll discover the ski resort of Civetta, an area that became famous during thr 19th century as its winter beauty was discovered—Monte Civetta and in particular Monte Pelo, known as “God’s Throne”.

    On the slopes of these two giants you will find the largest ski district in the Veneto Region. The Ski Civetta area offers a wide range of slopes and attracts skiers of all levels, for a total of 80 km (50 miles) and 23 lifts. In the afternoon, move onto the next destination: the Cinque Torri and Lagazuoi area.

    Accommodation: Rifugio
    Meals:
    Breakfast and dinner

    Three backcountry skiers in the Dolomites
  • Ski in the area of Cinque Torri, reach Passo Falzarego, and take the Lagazuoi cable car, arriving at an altitude of 2,800 (9,186 ft) in just 3 minutes! Once at the top, enjoy panoramas from the terrace of the Rifugio Lagazuoi.

    Once you’re ready for a descent, you’re in for a treet! The Armentarola slope unfolds along the foot of the Fanes mountain, in a fairytale-looking valley surrounded by majestic walls of rock and frozen waterfalls. And just like in fairytales, the run ends with a horse-drawn lift from where you can do it all over again! The other option is to move onto another adventure.

    Accommodation: Hotel in Cortina d’Ampezzo
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    Backcountry skier in the Dolomites
  • Your backcountry ski safari in the Dolomites has come to an end! Have your breakfast in the morning and depart on your own (private transfer available on request). Reminisce about the best descents you’ve experienced and you’ll come back for more!

    Meals: Breakfast

    Dolomites apres ski
7-Day Low Season Backcountry Skiing in the Dolomites

Head on a private adventure with your family and friends to the spectacular Dolomites! Every day an expert guide will take you skiing to different resorts and off piste areas throughout these Italian mountains. Being based both in prime mountain huts and 4 & 5-star hotels will give you the opportunity to switch locations daily. You can expect to shred powder in the Sella Massif, Marmolada, Passo Fedaia, Civetta, Cinque Torri, Cortina d’Ampezzo area… Ready for a week of pristine snow, unique culture, and delectable meals? | Available during low season (December 1-22, January 7-25, March 17—April 15)

  • This thrilling backcountry skiing adventure begins in Alta Badia, the heart of the Dolomites, where you’ll meet your UIAGM/IFMGA ski guide. Have a quick trip briefing and gear check, rent any equipment you might need, and pick up your Dolomiti Superski lift pass.

    Located in the upper part of the Val Badia in the Dolomites, Alta Badia sits between 1,400 and 2,700 m (4,593 ft – 8,858 ft) above sea level, making the skiing conditions optimal throughout the winter. The ski area boasts fast and comfortable lift connections as well as wide and well-groomed slopes (130 km / 81 miles). Charming mountain huts and upscale mountain restaurants round out the appeal of this unique area. Enjoy your first dinner at the hotel.

    Accommodation: Hotel in Alta Badia
    Meals: Dinner

    Alta Badia in the Dolomites
  • After breakfast meet your guide and start exploring the Alta Badia ski resort. Today you’ll have the opportunity to venture on the famous World Cup slope of Gran Risa or on the more relaxed slopes of Piz La Villa, Gardenaccia, and Santa Croce.

    In your downtime, try traditional Ladin specialties—canderli (dumplings flavoured with spinach of speck, a ham unique to the region) or maybe turtres (deep-fried pastry stuffed with spinach, cheese etc.). In the evening, gather with your group over dinner at a local restaurant.

    Accommodation: Hotel in Alta Badia
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    A backcountry skier shredding the snow in the Dolomites
  • Have a hearty breakfast and ski towards Passo Gardena. Enroute, you’ll get a taste of the famous Sellaronda Ski Tour, which you’ll ski in its entirety tomorrow. Val di Fassa is one of the most famous ski areas in the Dolomites, and for a good reason—featuring seven different linked ski areas, you’ll have 210 km (130 miles) of slopes, always in perfect condition, and serviced by 81 lifts.

    In addition to on and off piste skiing, there are 5 ski tours an 8 snow parks to choose from! Ski down from Passo Sella, enjoying the pistes of the Canazei resort, or explore additional resorts deeper in the valley. You’ll be surrounded by many famous peaks, including Marmolada, the highest peak of the the Dolomites and home to its largest glacier!

    Accommodation: Rifugio
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    A backcountry skier in fresh powder
  • Ski towards the town of Arabba to reach the ski area of the Marmolada. This imposing mountain reaches a height of 3,342 m (10,965 ft)—the highest one in the Dolomites.

    Ski runs are well-groomed and run down the glacier towards the valley. You’ll find intermediate and more difficult slopes on the glacier in the Marmolada area, surrounded by incredible landscapes. The highest point of the ski area is also the starting point of one of the most spectacular ski runs of the Alps: La Bellunese.

    Accommodation: Rifugio
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    A skier and beautiful scenery in the Dolomites
  • A short transfer takes you to the town of Alleghe. Today you’ll discover the ski resort of Civetta, an area that became famous during thr 19th century as its winter beauty was discovered—Monte Civetta and in particular Monte Pelo, known as “God’s Throne”.

    On the slopes of these two giants you will find the largest ski district in the Veneto Region. The Ski Civetta area offers a wide range of slopes and attracts skiers of all levels, for a total of 80 km (50 miles) and 23 lifts. In the afternoon, move onto the next destination: the Cinque Torri and Lagazuoi area.

    Accommodation: Rifugio
    Meals:
    Breakfast and dinner

    Three backcountry skiers in the Dolomites
  • Ski in the area of Cinque Torri, reach Passo Falzarego, and take the Lagazuoi cable car, arriving at an altitude of 2,800 (9,186 ft) in just 3 minutes! Once at the top, enjoy panoramas from the terrace of the Rifugio Lagazuoi.

    Once you’re ready for a descent, you’re in for a treet! The Armentarola slope unfolds along the foot of the Fanes mountain, in a fairytale-looking valley surrounded by majestic walls of rock and frozen waterfalls. And just like in fairytales, the run ends with a horse-drawn lift from where you can do it all over again! The other option is to move onto another adventure.

    Accommodation: Hotel in Cortina d’Ampezzo
    Meals: Breakfast and dinner

    Backcountry skier in the Dolomites
  • Your backcountry ski safari in the Dolomites has come to an end! Have your breakfast in the morning and depart on your own (private transfer available on request). Reminisce about the best descents you’ve experienced and you’ll come back for more!

    Meals: Breakfast

    Dolomites apres ski
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Dolomite Mountains creates unique and active outdoor experiences in Northern Italy’s Dolomites and beyond. Their roots are in the Dolomites, one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes on Earth that provides an unparalleled location for hiking, biking, climbing, skiing and much more! Dolomite Mountains has the benefit of local knowledge and expertise unlike any other, providing authentic experiences and exploring the local culture in addition to the vast panoramas and trails.
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Andreana Petrova (source: Facebook)

Dolomite Mountains provided us with an all around amazing trip experience! From the start, they were quick to respond to messages, detailed in the information they provided, professional and courteous. Everything about the trip was amazing: the mountains, the accommodations, the detailed maps and instructions that were provided to us, and the last minute weather conditions updates (we were self-guided). THANK YOU all who made this trip possible for us!

Robert E. Sleet Jr. (source: Facebook)

Expert professional guides who truly care about their clients.

Kevin Doyle (source: Facebook)

I would just like to say a big thank you to Marco and Massimo who guided our group last week. They were thoroughly professional both from a safety point of view but also in ensuring that we all had a great holiday. We stayed in some great places and dined in some excellent restaurants. They are both rightly very proud of the Dolomite skiing area and their passion for the skiing and the history of the area came across with enthusiasm. They are both great company and have a great sense of humor.
I would recommend them without hesitation.
Thank you
Kevin Doyle

Jacob Williams (source: Google Reviews)

Amazing experience. The Dolomites are a special place. Using Dolomite Mountains really takes all of the legwork and uncertainty out of the trip so you can focus on having fun. Probably exchanged two or three emails and before I knew it I was all set to have the trip of a lifetime.

Samantha Calegan (source: Google Reviews)

Great service, excellent organization and communication. We had such a great and seamless experience using Dolomite Mountains. I will certainly be using this service in the future!

Things to know

  • What you get on your trip:

      • An experienced, UIAGM/IFMGA certified ski guide with extensive knowledge of the area
      • 7-day backcountry skiing adventure in the Dolomities (5 days of skiing)
      • Trip briefing
      • Logistics and map of the area
      • Accommodation for the duration of the trip
        • 2 nights in 4-star hotel in Alta Badia
        • 3 nights in rifugi in private rooms with private/shared bathroom
        • 1 nights in 5-star hotel in Cortina d’Ampezzo
      • Breakfasts and dinners (details in the itinerary)
      • Dolomiti Superski Ski Pass during the trip
      • Safety equipment
      • Transportation during the trip
      • Luggage transfer
      • A €15 donation to Wow Nature’s reforestation projects makes your trip carbon-neutral
      • Local tourist tax
      • Italian VAT tax
      • Third-party liability insurance for ski days

    What’s not included:

      • Transportation to and from the starting/end point
      • Technical backcountry ski touring equipment
      • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
      • Guide gratuities — optional
  • The Dolomites offer a terrific blend of luxury and authenticity. One day you’re being pampered in a relaxing spa, the other you’re enjoying unparalleled views from rifugios in the middle of nothing.

    You will spend several days in 4 and 5-star hotels in Alta Badia and Cortina d’Ampezzo. From the chic town of Cortina d’Ampezzo, a popular destination attracting the rich and famous, to the quiet and discreet luxury of San Cassiano in Alta Badia, you will enjoy exclusive hotels which are a part of the Relais & Châteaux to The Leading Hotels of the World.

    Half of the trip will be spent in rifugi (mountain huts), the classic accommodation for hikers, climbers, mountaineers, and skiers in the Alps. Set in spectacular locations high in the Dolomites, most of these huts are accessible only by foot. The Dolomites rifugi are considered the best in the Alps—while some are dormitory style with bunk beds, many meet the standard of a simple guest house with private rooms and ensuite bathrooms. Bedding and linens are provided, hot showers are available, and meals are served in common dining areas—it’s like a small mountain inn set high in the mountains with the most incredible vistas in the Dolomites.

  • To enjoy these backcountry skiing adventures in the Dolomites, you need to be in excellent physical shape. You have to be a good backcountry skier, at least at an intermediate level.

    You will be on your feet for multiple hours a day for 5 days, covering multiple miles of steep terrain every day. You will need to manage controlled descents in variable conditions. All participants should feel comfortable on challenging blue or black-level resort runs and be able to carry a loaded daypack while skinning up variable degrees of terrain.

  • To participate in this tour, you need to have previous backcountry skiing experience. You will be skiing, touring, and summiting on glaciated terrain for multiple hours on end every day.

    While there are some easier routes, you will also ski some of the hardest ascents and descents in the Dolomites wit If you’ve never backcountry skied before, we suggest joining a guide for a day of Backcountry Skiing & Avalanche Rescue in the Dolomites.

  • For technical backcountry ski touring gear, you will need to bring:

      • Alpine touring skis, telemark skis with bindings and skins (can be rented)
      • Touring boots with boot liners and poles (can be rented)
      • Technical socks
      • Ski crampons
      • Boot crampons
      • Climbing harness
      • Avalanche safety equipment (can be rented):
        • Digital, 3-antenna avalanche transceiver or beacon (with two sets of fresh batteries)
        • Lightweight snow shovel
        • Avalanche probe

    For personal items, we recommend bringing:

      • Helmet
      • Sunglasses or ski goggles
      • Gloves and a warm hat
      • Liner gloves
      • Wide-brim hat or sun-cap
      • Wind and waterproof shell jacket with hood (Gore-Tex recommended)
      • Ski pants (Gore-Tex recommended)
      • Down jacket or vest
      • Synthetic or wool base layers, underwear and socks
      • Middle or insulation layers
      • Neck gaiter and roll-neck
      • Face mask or balaclava — optional
      • One triple-action locking carabiner or two conventional locking carabiners
      • Repair kit and Leatherman for your equipment (can be shared between several people)
      • Water bottle and 1L of water or a hydration system
      • Thermos with a warm beverage — optional
      • Food you can eat on-the-go
      • First aid kit
      • Sunscreen
      • Headlamp
      • Daypack large enough to carry all items listed (around a 25-30L backpack)
      • Camera — optional
  • All mandatory gear can be rented if you don’t have your own. You can rent:

      • Avalanche safety pack, including beacon, shovel and probe will be provided by your guide.
      • Alpine touring or telemark skis, touring boots, and poles can be rented from Sport Badia or are available on request from your guiding service.

    Ski rental locations are in Corvara, Alta Badia, and should be picked up the night prior to your outing. If you need to rent gear, let us know and we can help make arrangements.

  • Group sizes and pricing:

      • For this backcountry skiing adventure in the Dolomites, the usual client-to-guide ratio is 4:1. All prices are per person.
      • It takes a minimum of 2 people for the private adventures to operate and the maximum number of participants is 8.
      • Costs per person decrease as the group grows for these private adventures, so it’s the perfect opportunity to ski with friends and family!

    Ski touring in the Dolomites can be arranged for larger groups. Contact us to make arrangements.

    Min. age requirements:

      • If you are older than 18, you’re good to go.
      • Minors may be permitted to join private tours on a case-by-case basis.

    If your group has skiers under the age of 18, contact us prior to booking to make arrangements.

  • To get to Alta Badia in the Dolomites, most people fly into Innsbruck Airport, Austria, about 2.5 hours away from Alta Badia or Venice-Treviso Airport and Venice Marco Polo Airport, Italy, both just under 3 hours away. From there, you can rent a car or take a bus.
    The major airport is Milan Malpensa Airport, about 5 hours away from Alta Badia. From there, you can rent a car or take a train and bus.

    Once you and your guide agree on the details of your itinerary, your guide will suggest the best place to meet, whether that’s at the guide shop or a predetermined location. The guide will choose the appropriate terrain dependent on conditions and the ability of the group.

  • 57hours is committed to providing safe outdoor adventure experiences. We require all guides using our platform to have a COVID-19 safety plan and to make the details of that plan accessible to travelers. In most cases, group sizes will be reduced, guides will avoid overcrowded locations, and other safety measures will be met depending on the location and activity.

    We also expect clients to respect local regulations and take measures to protect themselves, guides and the communities they’re traveling to. For more information on COVID-19 measures in the Dolomites, Italy, please refer to Italy’s Ministry of Health Website and Italian National Tourist Board Website.

    Please contact us if you have any questions or require further information. We are happy to provide you with the most up-to-date information!

  • Booking will be confirmed upon receipt of a 30% deposit. Payment of the balance is due no later than 90 days (3 months) before departure for Italy. For “last minute” bookings (trips booked 45 or fewer days before departure), full cost is due at the time of booking.

    In case you need to cancel your trip, the following fees will apply:
    – 91+ more days prior to departure: 20% loss of trip cost & 10% transfer to a future trip (within one calendar year)
    – 46 to 90 days prior to departure: 100% loss of deposit
    – 31 to 45 days prior to departure: 50% loss of full amount
    – 30 days or less prior to departure: 100% loss of full amount
    These charges are a percentage of the total cost of the booking. The days indicated are from the trip departure date. All cancellations must be made in writing.

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