BOOKING AND CANCELLATION POLICIES AND GENERAL INFORMATION.

Prices are per person and in US Dollars and are valid until December 31, 2019.

There is an additional charge when traveling on peak season, holidays, and long weekends.

All services are subject to availability.

Reservations must be sent to: hello@caminovacations.com and a confirmation e-mail will be sent within 24 hours.

CANCELLATION POLICIES DURING NON-PEAK SEASON, HOLIDAYS AND LONG WEEKENDS.

Cancellation or changes with a notice of 21 days or more will be charged a 15% value of the total cost of the tour.

Cancellation or changes with a notice of 20 to 15 days will be charged a 50% value of the total cost of the tour.

Cancellation or changes with a notice of 14 to 0 days will be charged a 100% value of the total cost of the tour.

CANCELLATION POLICIES DURING PEAK SEASON, HOLIDAYS, AND LONG WEEKENDS.

Cancellation or changes with a notice of 45 days or more will be charged a 15% value of the total cost of the tour.

Cancellation or changes with a notice of 44 to 31 days will be charged a 50% value of the total cost of the tour.

Cancellation or changes with a notice of 30 to 0 days will be charged a 100% value of the total cost of the tour.

NOTE: CHANGES OR CANCELLATIONS IN ALL TOUR PACKAGES VISITING CHIAPAS CANNOT BE MADE.

PEAK SEASON FOR CHIAPAS 2019 CALENDAR:

April 8 to April 23, 2018.

July 15 to Augusto 20, 2018.

December 15 to January 8, 2020.

PEAK SEASON FOR THE REST OF THE TOURS:

April 8 to April 23, 2019.

July 15 to August 20, 2019.

September 15 to September 18, 2019.

October 31 to November 2, 2019.

December 15 to January 8, 2020.

Peak season charges will be applied to destinations that have important events, concerts, etc such as:

The Cervantino International Festival in Guanajuato, The Film Festival in Morelia, The San Marcos Fair in Aguascalientes, The Guelaguetza in Oaxaca, The Annual Grape Harvest Festival in Ensenada, etc.

 

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Talavera Pottery

Authentic Talavera pottery only comes from the town of San Pablo del Monte (in Tlaxcala) and the cities of Puebla, Atlixco, Cholula, and Tecali.