Our commitment never waivers – to earn your trust by doing the right thing. With guidance from leading experts, including the CDC and WHO, together with our own Global Response Team and with feedback from our guests, we have worked tirelessly to redefine how we will explore this world together again.
The following health and safety protocols may vary by geographic region and will certainly evolve over time. We will keep this page updated as our team, science and society respond to new realities.
When you travel with Tauck, your journey comes with our comprehensive, built-in support system that is nearly 100 years in the making. It starts with the care and local knowledge of our Tauck Directors and extends to our network of incredible partners around the world. Our experienced Global Response Team stands ready to spring into action to respond to situations as they unfold. Additionally, Tauck's Guest and Cruise Protection Plans provide important benefits before your trip and while you are traveling, including 24-hour worldwide emergency assistance services.
For 2023, all Tauck guests age 12 and older must be fully vaccinated. Additionally, you must have had at least one booster dose and/or have proof of recovery from Covid. Although highly recommended, vaccination for minors age 11 and under is not required by Tauck. However, if unvaccinated they must present a negative result from either a PCR or antigen test taken within 3 days of departing for their Tauck trip. If a child age 11 or under is vaccinated but not boosted, they must also present a negative test prior to their Tauck trip.
Upon arrival for your trip, all guests are required to sign Tauck's Travel Well Pledge. All guests are required to bring proof of full vaccination to ensure a quality experience and to help protect their fellow travelers, our suppliers, and the communities we visit.
Our tour architects have worked diligently to craft each Tauck journey in accordance with all local laws and guidelines for health and safety including physical distancing, face coverings, capacity controls and Covid testing.