COVID-19 and GGAS Travel: We understand that you may have questions and concerns regarding the current health crisis and travel. GGAS collaborates with a variety of trip vendors to organize our trips. Currently, the status of each individual trip depends on the vendors. We are in direct contact with vendors, so if you have any questions regarding the status of your trip, please contact us at email@example.com and we will do our best to assist you.
Visit the world’s largest wetlands in Brazil. Get up-close views of grey whales and nesting seabirds off the coast of Baja California. Explore the wildlife in the cloud forests of Costa Rica or the monsoon forests of Australia. Discover the birding wonders of Everglades National Park in Florida. You can experience these adventures and so much more with Golden Gate Audubon.
Do you want to expand your life list while experiencing a different environment or a different culture? If so, consider these upcoming guided trips, all designed especially for GGAS. For information, a detailed itinerary, and registration, please contact GGAS Travel Coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each trip includes a registration fee that benefits Golden Gate Audubon’s conservation and environmental education programs. You will not only enjoy a terrific vacation, but you will help support Bay Area bird conservation!
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Jan 27, 2021
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We welcome suggestions for future trips. If you have been on a birding trip that was especially wonderful, experienced a terrific guide, or have a suggestion of an area to visit, please email Daryl, Dawn and Eric at email@example.com
A Note on Travel Insurance:
The GGAS Travel Program STRONGLY RECOMMENDS that you buy travel insurance for your trip. When we plan our birding holidays, we can easily overlook the many things that can go wrong: delayed flights, lost luggage, severe weather, medical emergencies. Travel insurance can mitigate these worries. We don’t endorse any particular insurer but rather we suggest that you check out as least two so as to have a sense of what’s offered. After all, travel insurance is like many things in life—you get what you pay for. So to find a plan that’s right for you, don’t just look at the premium, but look closely at what’s covered. Spend a little time doing your research. If you are paying to go on a great trip, you want to protect that investment.
Some things to consider when comparing travel insurance options:
- What is the plan’s dollar limit on medical coverage? Are there any exclusions?
- Does the plan include emergency evacuation? If so, under what conditions? What is the dollar limit on this coverage?
- Does the plan provide a 24/7 hotline to call for help anywhere in the world?
- Does the plan include coverage for baggage delay?
- Does the plan include identity theft resolution services?
- If I have to cancel my trip due to health concerns will I be reimbursed for the entire cost of the trip or does your policy have a deductible (or conditions that would prevent you from being eligible for reimbursement)?
- If my cruise get cancelled because of a pandemic, will I be reimbursed for flights?
Any questions regarding insurance? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org