Multi-Day Tours FAQ

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  1. How does the multi-day getaway booking process work?

     

    In order to make an on-line booking, you must have a valid web account with Great Canadian. If you do not have one, you can easily create one during the booking process.

    NOTE: Travel agents must obtain their office login and password from our Reservations Department by phone prior to making bookings.

    Your tour may be booked and paid for using our on-line credit card process. When you complete and submit the booking form, you will immediately be sent an emailed confirmation of your successful booking.

    During the booking request process you will need names, addresses and telephone numbers of all passengers as well as their date and country of birth, passport numbers and country of citizenship.

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  2. Why can't I book a multi-day getaway that leaves within 14 days?

     

    You can, but we need to hear from you by phone (1 800 461 8687) during business hours to properly process your reservation and be sure that space is available. Our hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:30pm, Saturday, 9:00am - 4:00pm.

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  3. Why do I need to provide my passport number for my multi-day tour into the United States?

     

    Passport numbers are required to facilitate speedy border crossings. Great Canadian is one of the very few companies chosen to take advantage of a new system of pre-registering groups with U.S. Customs. This has greatly improved our border-crossing experiences. For flight tours, the airlines require this information.

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  4. Do I have to pay for my multi-day getaway in full now?

     

    Each tour has a date at which a deposit is no longer accepted and full payment is required. This is usually 6 weeks prior to departure for coach tours and up to 10 weeks prior for tours involving flights, cruises or rail. During the booking process, you will not be able to choose to pay a deposit if that date has passed. In that case, full payment will be required. Payment must be made online by VISA or MasterCard. 

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  5. I've made a mistake. What do I do now?

     

    Please call toll free 1 800 461 8687 and follow the phone prompts to our Reservations department during regular office hours, Monday - Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm. 

    Please have ready the tour name and number, names of people travelling and the reservation number you received by email at time of submitting the web booking.

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  6. What about insurance?

     

    Great Canadian strongly recommends the purchase of insurance. Visit insurance.greatcanadianholidays.com for online purchase of all your travel insurance needs.

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  7. Will I receive any other information before the travel date of my multi-day getaway?

     

    Yes. Approximately two weeks prior to departure you will receive your tour documents consisting of travel tips and useful information, confirmation of your pickup location and time, your list of hotels with contact information, either by mail or email.

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  8. I have to cancel my multi-day getaway. What do I do now?

     

    Please call toll free 1 800 461 8687 and follow the phone prompts to our Reservations department during regular office hours, i.e. Monday - Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm. Please have ready the tour name and number, names of people travelling, the reservation number you received by email at time of submitting the web form.

    For last minute after-hours cancellations, such as the next morning, or for a Monday morning departure, follow the prompts to reach our emergency dispatch personnel.

    Cancellation penalties may apply, and are outlined in our Terms and Conditions page.

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  9. Why can't I book more than four people at a time?

     

    The booking process is actually for a room, most commonly with a maximum capacity of four people. If booking more than one room, make another reservation request, grouping the people rooming together.

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