Traveling with kids can be a bit stressful, at times. In particular, when your carefully laid plans do not pan out as expected. Take for example having a holiday canceled because your tour operator has gone bust or there has been a natural disaster at your destination.
Sorting that situation out can be a nightmare. Suddenly, you have to find alternative flights and accommodation for 4, 5 maybe 6 people. But, with time and patience, you can do it. But, only if you know that you are going to be able to get the money back for the holiday that has just been canceled.
Fortunately, as you can see here, in most situations, there are effective ways to make sure that is what happens. The infographic below makes it even clearer what steps you need to take to get your money back after a holiday cancellation.
Knowing who to speak to and what your rights are can make a real difference to how likely it is that you will receive a full refund. If you use the advice outlined in the infographic you will greatly increase your chances of doing so. With a little work, you and your family can soon book an alternative trip and still enjoy experiencing new things together.
Making Sure That You Get Your Money Back After a Vacation Cancellation