You, as Traveler, agree to pay for the �Total Cost� (including the price of the tour and, where applicable, taxes, levies and duties) for any booking requested, in accordance with the pricing terms set forth in the applicable booking page, if such requested bookings are confirmed by Adviser T&T. The availability and price of a Tour can change any time until you have received a booking confirmation.
In case only the deposit is payable at the time of booking or booking confirmation, the balance of payment (i.e., the Total Cost minus the deposit) is due and will be payable as stated in Adviser T&T�s terms according to the booking page.
Payments for deposits and final monies for Travel Arrangements may be made either credit card.
(Visa, MasterCard) If paying by credit card you can either pay through the secure internet payment gateway facility available on our website.
If paying by credit or debit card through the secure internet online payment gateway:
Your card details are not received or stored by Adviser T&T in any form, and when you place an order as part of the checkout process you are automatically taken to the HSBC Secure Payment facility for Master and Visa card payments.
Bank and Credit Card Fees: Some banks and credit card companies impose fees for international transactions. Your bank may convert the payment amount to your local currency and charge you a conversion fee. This means the amount listed on your credit or bank card statement may be in your local currency and therefore a different figure than the figure shown on the billing summary page for a reservation booked on the Website. In addition, a foreign transaction fee may be assessed from your bank side. Booking international travel may be considered to be an international transaction by the bank or card company. The currency exchange rate and foreign transaction fee is determined solely by your bank on the day that they process the transaction. If you have any questions about these fees or the exchange rate applied to your booking, please contact your bank.