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Bench Policy On Ebola

October 27, 2014 Wholesaler No Comments Email Email

LEADING African safari operator Bench International has declared it will allow deferment of travel without penalty for customers who find that the Ebola disease is found to have affected the areas to which they planned travel.

General manager Martin Edwards said that the offer would apply to  people who have already booked and paid in full, or paid deposits, or book now only to discover their destination is Ebola-affected before they depart.

He said that Bench International would encourage would-be-travellers to southern and east Africa to continue with their travel plans. However, the company will make allowance for those confronted with Ebola should it arise in any of the destinations included in their itineraries.

He added, “We will do our utmost  to secure peace of mind for our customers by permitting postponement and holding monies already paid as a credit towards travel on new dates within a 12 month period.”

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