Terms and Conditions
 Your contract with us
Your contract is between you and "TRAVEL OUT THERE”, Kr Barona 44 - 9, Riga LV-1011, Republic of Latvia. It commences when you approve the itinerary detailing the accommodation and activities you have specified with the final confirmed price. You must check the details and confirm they are correct by paying the required balance. Please contact Travel Out There immediately if any of the details are incorrect such as the number of people, hotel choice or activities. Once Travel Out There receives your deposit Travel Out There assume you have checked all the details and that they are correct. Any subsequent changes may incur alteration or cancellation charges.
- A deposit of 25% of the total cost of the experience must be received within 7 days of signing the contract. Full prepayment of the cost of event must be received no later than 6 weeks before arrival.
- Travel Out There accepts payment by VISA, MASTERCARD AND DINERSCLUB CARD, your credit card will be charged in Euros. (We do not accept debit cards).
- All quotations are guaranteed for 120 days of the date of preperation.
 Changes and Cancellation by you
- Travel Out There are happy to make changes to your booking for FREE so long as there is availability of accommodation and/or activities on the new times/dates. If however there is a price discrepancy (e.g.: due to only a higher standard of accommodation being available) you will be required to pay the extra balance.
- You can cancel your booking at any time. Your cancellation will be accepted when Travel Out There receive a written confirmation (by email) from the head of your party.
Please note that in the event of cancellation the following charges will apply:
Cancellation received with 12 weeks notice will incur no charge
Cancellation received within 12 - 6 weeks notice will incur a charge equal to 25% of the contract
Cancellation received with less than 6 weeks will incur a charge equal to 100% of the contract
 Changes and Cancellation by us
- In the rare event that Trave Out There need to make changes to your booking, Travel Out There will inform you immediately. It is very unlikely that Travel Out There will need to cancel your arrangements and Travel Out There will do everything in our powers to avoid this. Travel Out There will find you suitable alternatives of an equal or better standard. Should you not wish to accept these alternatives then Travel Out There will give a full refund of all monies paid to us by you. Our liability to you is limited to the amount Travel Out There receives from you and SIA Riga Out There cannot therefore compensate for any other costs incurred by you.
 Your transport
Your flights to your destination are bound by the terms and conditions of your airline. Travel Out There cannot be held responsible for any losses financial or otherwise due to late flights or lost baggage including missing any part of your scheduled activities. Travel Out There do promise however to do their best to assist you in such an event and also promise that your transfers will not be affected in the event of your flight arriving late.
- We do not accept responsibility if you suffer illness, injury or death during transfers - you must ensure that you are adequately covered by the insurance policy you decide to take out.
 Our responsibilities
- Travel Out There are responsible for the services provided by them. These services must be of a reasonable standard and as described by Travel Out There on their website and if not Travel Out There will be liable to pay you compensation if this has affected the enjoyment of your holiday.
- Travel Out There do not accept responsibility for any loss or damages caused by any member of your party, failure of someone providing services not connected with us, anyone not connected with either party or reasons due to force majeure. Our liability in all cases shall be limited to the total amount paid to us by you.
- Our suppliers provide some of the activities Travel Out There offer. In those instances Travel Out There acts solely as a booking agent for them. Although Travel Out There promotes them, this should not be interpreted as a recommendation to take part. Travel Out There accept no liability whatsoever for any harm, injury or loss including physical or otherwise and even death as a result of taking part in an activity. Whilst Travel Out There only work with suppliers Travel Out There believe to be highly reputable, Travel Out There cannot be held responsible for any false representations given to us by the suppliers.
- Please note that some activities may also be considered "hazardous pursuits" by insurance companies and may require a premium if you wish to be adequately covered by the policy you decide to take out.
 Your responsibilities
- Travel Out There want you and your group to have a pleasant time, Travel Out There therefore expect you to behave in an appropriate manner at all times. You will be responsible for any damage caused by you or any member of your party. If someone in authority deems you or any member of your party unfit to travel or consider that you are causing discomfort to other people and ask you to leave the accommodation or activity then our contract will be terminated at that moment. Travel Out There will have no further obligation to you and full cancellation charges will apply.
- It is your responsibility, as booking representative, to inform other members of your party of the terms and conditions stated in this contract. By approving the itinerary you are acknowledging that all members will read, understand and abide by the terms and conditions.
 Passports, Visas and Health
EU citizens do not need a visa to travel to Latvia but are required to hold a valid passport valid for SIX MONTHS beyond the date of return. Citizens of other countries may have different requirements and should check with an appropriate embassy or consulate. Travel Out There are in no way responsible for anyone not being admitted to a country due to incorrect documentation and shall award no refunds should this happen.
You must tell us of any disability or medical condition that any member of your party has that may require special assistance before you make a booking. Should you not do this Travel Out There reserve the right to treat the booking as cancelled by you and apply the appropriate cancellation charges.
if anything is not up to your expectations Travel Out There want to know! Please inform your hotelier or our own staff as soon as possible so Travel Out There can rectify matters quickly and smoothly. Any complaints made after the holiday have to be made in writing not more than 28 days after the last of your bookings with us.
You and all members of your party are required to be adequately insured for the whole duration of your holiday. Bear in mind that you will need to check that all planned activities are covered by your insurance policy. Also remember that most insurance policies should provide cover for unexpected events such as the need to make changes or cancel your booking. The sooner you arrange cover the sooner you will be protected from any such charges described in section  which maybe forced upon you.
These terms and conditions are in place to ensure the smooth running and enjoyment of your excursion. They are governed by Latvian Law and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Latvian Courts.
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45,227 km2. Estonia is the 140th biggest country in the world and is about the same size as the Himalayan mountain kingdom of Bhutan.
Distances from Tallinn (km):
GMT +2 hours
68% Estonian. 25% Russian. Minority groups include Ukrainians and Belorussians.
The electricity current is 220V/380 AC 50Hz so if you are coming from the UK bring a European plug adaptor with you.
After one Estonian national daily newspaper exposed rip-off taxi drivers a couple of years ago many foreign visitors became wary of using their services. Much has been done to clean up their act but, as always, watch out for unscrupulous taxi drivers.
It is better to phone a major taxi company such as Tulika Takso (tel 1200), Linnatakso (tel 6442442), Klubi Takso (tel 6380638) and Krooni Takso (tel 6381111) rather than hail one from the street.
General emergency number is 112. Police only is 110
Theft of property should be reported in person to Tallinn Central Police Station, Parnu maantee 11, tel 6124200.
It is Estonia, arguably, that has gained most from EU entry. Prices have shot up in recent years although it does not yet face the inflationary problems experienced in Latvia, and remains good value for many goods and services when compared with western Europe.
Dining in Tallinn:
Estonian food could be described as a mix of Scandinavian, German and Russian influences. The tourism boom in the capital means that you can find dozens of different types of international cuisine. If you wander 400 metres from the old town you might see as much as a 50% decrease in the price of your meal.
Last year Tallinn experienced one of the biggest increases in commercial real estate values in the world.
Transport to Tallinn:
Tallinn International Airport is about 4 kilometres from the old town. The main airlines operating to/from Tallinn are as follows: easyJet, Finnair, KLM, LOT, Lufthansa, Norwegian, SAS and airBaltic. The airport is being expanded at the moment.
Tallinn has a number of bus connections to Russia, Latvia and beyond. The train service is slow and old although a large amount of foreign investment looks likely to change matters in the next 5 years. The ferry routes to/from Tallinn to Helsinki and Stockholm are amongst the busiest and most profitable in the world. You can get a ferry from Tallinn to Helsinki in under two hours.
Estonia feels rather Scandinavian these days and this is reflected in the increasing use of credit cards for everything from paying for cinema tickets to buying a Mars bar in a petrol station.
The Estonian Kroon has been pegged to the Euro since 2004. Virtually all cash is in note form rather than in coins. €1 is around 15 Kroons.
You must have the original V5 C (Vehicle Registration Document) if driving into Estonia
You can drive in Estonia on a UK driving licence. The Estonian Border Guards will impound your vehicle if you do not have this.
Road traffic accidents are common. Extra care must be taken at all times when driving, particularly after dark and on major highways.
By law, headlights of vehicles must be on at all times, including daylight hours. Winter tyres are a legal requirement from 1 December to 1 March every year, but if there are severe weather conditions outside these dates (likely in most years) the dates will change accordingly. You should therefore check local conditions if driving in Estonia between October and April.
Do not drink and drive. The legal limit is zero. Those found over the limit face a fine and possible imprisonment.
Health and visa regulations:
Visas are not required for EU citizens to enter Estonia. EU passport holders can remain in Estonia for up to 90 days without a residence permit so long as you have a valid passport
The entry requirements for children between ages 7-15 entering into Estonia are as follows:
1)The child must have his/her own passport or 2) The name, date of birth, and photograph of the child must be entered in the passport held by the accompanying parent (a photograph is not needed if the child is under seven years of age).
We strongly recommend that you obtain comprehensive travel and medical insurance before travelling. You must have valid health insurance to the value of 400,000 Estonian Kroons for the duration of any stay. You are advised to re-check the exchange rate before travelling to ensure you have adequate cover. You should check any ‘exclusions’ and that your policy covers you for the activities you want to undertake. UK passport holders should obtain a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) before leaving the UK. The EHIC is not a substitute for medical and travel insurance, but entitles you to emergency medical treatment on the same terms as Estonian nationals. You will not be covered for medical repatriation, on-going medical treatment or treatment of a non-urgent nature