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UPDATE 24.03.2020, 20:12

Poland is in a lockdown. All unnecessary travel and gatherings of more than 2 persons are forbidden until Easter.

All our tours are suspended until end of April 2020. We are reviewing the situation constantly. We will keep customers due to travel in May directly informed of any changes to May trips as they happen.

Thank you for your patience and all the support. In the meantime, we have been working on new itineraries for end of 2020 and 2021 so we will soon offer a lot more options to visit Poland’s wildest sites and reconnect with Nature.

Our hearts go out to all those that the coronavirus has directly affected. Best wishes to you and your families in this difficult time.

Tomasz Jezierczuk
Łukasz Mazurek

Owners of Wild Poland

 

 

UPDATE 23.03.2020, 23:45

Polish government has declared a state of epidemic. Schools closed until Easter.

 

UPDATE 14.03.2020, 13:02

Please visit our tour calendar web page › to check on the status of your tour. All tours starting in May 2020 and later are unaffected by current restrictions.

 

UPDATE 13.03.2020, 21:11

Polish government has just declared a state of epidemic emergency and decided to close our borders to all foreign visitors starting this Sunday 15 March for a minimum of 10 days. The shutdown period can be extended with additional 20 and then 30 days to a total of 60 days if needed. All restaurants, cafeterias, pubs and clubs are being closed for at least 14 days with the possibility of extension. Gatherings of more than 50 persons are prohibited.

Therefore we are forced to cancel the following departures:

Early Spring Wildlife Festival, 21 – 28 March 2020

Bison Safari, 3 – 6 Apr 2020

Carpathian mammals – in search of Wolves, Bears & Lynx, 4 – 8 Apr 2020

Primeval Forest & Marshes, 19 – 26 Apr 2020

All customers affected are of course entitled to a transfer to another date or tour, free of charge or a full refund. We will be contacting all customers affected tomorrow, 14 March, by e-mail.

 

12.03.2020 at 13:54

Message from the owners of Wild Poland, Tomasz & Łukasz

We understand that you may have concerns about upcoming travel plans due to coronavirus situation development and would like to emphasise that our first priority is always the safety of our customers. We strictly monitor the development of events and follow the advice of Polish Ministry of Health and Chief Sanitary Inspectorate. If they recommend to stop or limit small group travels we will listen.

 

In case we can’t operate your tour

If any restrictions affect your tour will let you know as quickly as possible, change the itineraries or cancel any affected tours if necessary and offer a full refund or transfer to another date or tour free of charge.

 

In case you don’t want to travel

If you are concerned about upcoming travel we offer some of the most flexible travel policies in the industry, with transferable deposits and no change fees to move to another holiday (subject to conditions, see below):

  • You can transfer your deposit free of charge to another date or tour up to 30 days prior to departure.
  • If you wish to transfer or postpone your holiday within 30 days of departure we will move or hold all recoverable costs for your booking free of charge. This will not include non-recoverable costs such as park fees or hotel reservations done in your name.
  • If you wish to cancel your tour, cancellation charges will apply as follows:
    • Prior to 21 days before date of departure – max. loss of deposit
    • Between 21-15 days before date of departure – max. 50% total tour cost
    • Between 14-8 days before date of departure – max. 75% total tour cost
    • 7 days or less before date of departure – max. 100% total tour cost

Please note that if you cancel your tour, we will always do our best to refund all recoverable costs possible and we’ll send you a cancellation invoice.

 

We will always proactively contact any customers whose trips are affected by changes to current Polish authorities advice, as quickly as we can. We will also update this page so that you have some information while you wait to hear from us. But please be assured that we will get to everybody, in order of departure date.

Should you wish to discuss your upcoming travel plans, please feel free to write or call us.

Best wishes,

Tomasz Jezierczuk
Łukasz Mazurek

Owners of Wild Poland

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