Breakfree Adventures is an established and trademarked company registered with the government of Nepal and accredited by different regulatory bodies. We accept all bookings under the following terms and conditions:
All booking information must be completed and returned with copies of necessary documents such as proof of identification of all travelers within the group. You are subjected to pay 10% deposit of the package amount at the time of booking and the remaining amount is to be paid on arrival in Kathmandu. Failure to pay the remaining amount upon arrival may result in cancellation of the service provided by the company and even forfeiture of the advance payment.
How to pay your deposit:
Deposit payment can be made through bank wire transfer or secure online payment system using all major credit cards.
If you wish to cancel your trip for any reason, Breakfree Adventures will fully refund all the deposits if a cancellation letter is received by our staff by email (or other means) 60 days prior to the arranged trip starting date. Failure to notice before 60 days will not be entertained by the company and may result in forfeiture of deposit.
Please be noted that we may sometimes make changes in the regular itineraries due to different conditions that are beyond our control. Do not take any responsibility for changes made due to any natural calamities, war or changes due to the political or social condition of the country. Breakfree Adventures reserves right to adjust prearranged schedules if required. Our company may offer alternative trips of a similar nature at no additional cost to our customers.
We are not at all responsible for any possible loss or damage of luggage or personal belongings as it is the responsibility of the traveler to take care of their personal property.
We do not take responsibility for any possible injury or death while travelers are engaged in activities facilitated by our company. Travelers are strongly advised to buy the necessary insurance policy and get medically advises before starting your trips. Travelers are advised to abide by rules and regulations and follow the instructions of guides and leaders during the expeditions.
We strongly advise our clients to buy a comprehensive insurance policy before booking any trip with us. Please make sure that the company covers all medical, personal accident, emergency evacuation, trip cancellation including helicopter rescue, mountaineering hazards, loss or theft of valuables and flight cancellations.
Abiding the Law:
Nepalese law dictates that if a traveler violates any national law or any other rules and regulations then the travelers are subjected to legal prosecution as per the prevailing laws. Our company reserves the right to end service without even refunding the trip cost of any travelers are found to be indulged in any criminal activities.
Obtaining all travel insurance, vaccinations, and visas required by Nepal and/or the travelers home nation are the sole responsibility of the customer. Some higher risk adventures require evacuation and health insurance and it is the sole responsibility of the customer to provide proof of insurance before starting the adventure trips.
Amendment to Tour Cost:
Breakfree Adventures reserve right to amend tour cost at any point of time if required. A prior notification shall be made in such case. The price may be amended sometimes due to unfortunate events like weather conditions, political changes etc.
We are under no obligation to refund the deposits or charges if in case the customer has to cancel his trip in the middle of the trip. The company reserves right to forfeit the deposits and payments made for the trips no matter at what point of time the trip is canceled during the expedition.
Breakfree Adventures Pvt. Ltd. is a limited company registered with the Nepal Government observes all government policies regulation acts.
Any legal case against this company should be filed in a Nepal Court under Nepal Governments rules regulations for legal treatment.
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