A Word About COVID-19...
COVID-19 Travel Updates & Resources
LAST UPDATED: Monday, August 17, 2020
Dear Source Travelers,
Our first priority is your health and safety as we navigate through these uncharted waters and develop contingency plans for any changes. We are monitoring COVID-19 travel news on a daily basis with a particular focus on our Source Events destinations. Also, we are in close communication with all of our travel partners including cruise lines, airlines, and hotels. We are committed to letting you know if there are any changes to trips or itineraries. If there are changes, we will notify you immediately with options.
The following trips have been rescheduled for 2021:
- Splendors of Morocco – May 19-29, 2021
- Dreams of Tahiti Cruise -September 16-23, 2021
- LGBTQ+ Venice to Paris aboard the Orient Express – November 2-4, 2021
- Treasures of Egypt – December 4-13, 2021
- Petra, Wadi Rum & the Dead Sea – 13-17, 2021
We will be temporarily amending our reservation conditions to allow travelers to book with confidence. Call us for details on our new reservation terms which include lower deposits and more flexible cancellation terms.
We appreciate all the messages of support we have received as well as suggestions for future travel experiences in 2021 and beyond. In September we’ll be announcing new Source Events both in the USA and around the world.
We are working in our Lincoln Road office in South Beach, and you can always reach us at 305-672-9779 from 11 am-5 pm. Just let us if you have any questions. We are here to serve you and look forward to traveling the world again with you soon.
Please stay safe and healthy.
Craig & Rafi
Consumer Protection of Funds
As a registered a Seller of Travel in Florida No. ST35420, Source Events follows all regulations to protect guest deposits, which are only withdrawn by us to pay for services required in direct relation to the trip we are providing you. Source Events is a Florida Corp., founded in 2001, and is a longtime member in good standing with both the International Air Transport Association (IATA) as well as the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA). Photo Credit: Sequoyah Wildwyn-Dechter.