Terms & Conditions
DEPOSIT AND PAYMENT INFORMATION FOR ALL FLY OUT TRAVEL, LLC TRIPS The following applies to all trips booked and organized by Fly Out Travel, LLC. Please read these terms and conditions carefully, as all terms are binding once a trip is booked. Receipt of deposit and/or final payment is acknowledgment that registrant has read and accepts the deposit, cancellation, refund and responsibility clauses. A 50% deposit per angler of the total package cost for each trip is due to Fly Out Travel, LLC within 10 days of booking to secure the trip reservation. In many cases (depending on the destination being booked) deposits are non-refundable. For all fishing and vacation packages, both deposits and final payments are non-refundable — unless a client is replaced. Both deposit and final payment can be transferred to another client for those same (original) dates. Fly Out Travel, LLC reserves the right to charge a handling fee of $100.00 per person for any date changes after the initial reservation has been made. Full payment for all Fly Out Travel, LLC trips are due 90 days prior to departure and start of trip. TRIP INSURANCEBecause many deposits and final payments for trip packages are non-refundable, it is highly recommended that you purchase trip insurance in the event that you have to cancel, postpone or reschedule your trip for any reason. Please be aware that this is the only way that Fly Out can assist you with compensation for a cancelled trip. For more information or for assistance in purchasing trip insurance, please contact Fly Out. FLY OUT TRAVEL, L.L.C. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONSThe following terms and conditions apply to all tours organized by Fly Out Travel, LLC. By signing up for a Fly Out Travel tour or packaged trip, each customer accepts all aspects of these terms and conditions. Fly Out Travel, LLC and its principals and agents, are not responsible for, and do not assume responsibility for, the acts or omissions of any third-party contractors, outfitters, airlines, railroads, ship owners, charter air carriers, shuttle and taxi drivers, hotels, lodges, independent fishing guides or other service providers engaged by Fly Out Travel on behalf of the tour member, or the tour member directly, in connection with any tour. Further, the tour member is subject to the tariffs, terms, and conditions of all tickets, vouchers, and contracts of such hotels, airlines, railroads, operators, owners and contractors issued in connection with the tour, and the issuance and acceptance of any such tickets, vouchers and contracts shall be deemed to be consent to such conditions. Fly Out Travel, LLC in its sole discretion reserves the right to: (1) make such alterations in the tour itinerary as it deems necessary or desirable, (2) to refuse to accept or retain as a member of the tour party any person at any time (in such case refund will be based on the actual cost of the unfinished portion of tour), and (3) to pass on to tour members all expenditures occasioned by delays or occurrences beyond their control. Fly Out Travel, LLC reserves the right in its sole discretion to cancel any tour prior to departure, in which case full refunds will constitute full settlement to the tour member. Prices quoted are based on foreign exchange values and tariffs currently in effect, and prices are subject to change. Baggage and personal effects of tour members, including items purchased, are the sole responsibility of such tour members at all times and no agent of Fly Out is authorized to accept these for storage, safekeeping, or transportation. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY STATED HEREIN, FLY OUT MEDIADOES NOT MAKE ANY WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, TO THE TOUR MEMBER, AND HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION WARRANTIES ARISING FROM A COURSE OF DEALING AND WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Fly Out Travel, LLC is a Montana-based limited liability company. Receipt of deposit and/or final payment is acknowledgment that registrant has read and accepts the cancellation / refund and responsibility clauses. CANCELLATION / REFUND POLICY FOR ALL FLY OUT TRAVEL TRIPSUpon cancellation, Fly Out Travel, LLC will assess a $100.00 handling charge to all deposits and payments received. In addition, each individual lodge and destination may charge their own handling and/or administration fee. All cancellations must be given in writing to Fly Out Travel. Please keep in mind that Fly Out Travel and all clients must adhere to each individual lodge cancellation and refund policy. For the few lodges that do not specify or list their own cancellation / refund policy, or for the lodges that have not published said policies, then all cancellations will adhere to the following terms and conditions: Cancellation within 90 days = 90% refund of the deposit or 90% transfer to another date or angler Cancellation 60-89 days prior = 75% refund of payment received or 75% transfer to another date Cancellation 30-59 days prior = 50% refund of payment received or 50% transfer to another date Cancellation less than 30 days = No refund of deposit or payment. On cancellation notices less than 90 days, partial (75% - 90%) refunds/transfers may be made IF customer provides a suitable replacement. Once again, receipt of deposit and/or final payment is acknowledgment that registrant has read and accepts the cancellation / refund and responsibility clauses for the applicable operation / destination.
Book Early This is a general rule of thumb for Alaska. Once you have been confirmed for a lodge or adventure trip in Alaska, book flights and pre or post trip hotels as soon as possible. Anchorage and many other towns in Alaska are buzzing with tourists during the summer months. Weather The weather in Alaska can change dramatically from day to day. Be prepared to dress in layers. It may be cold on the river in the morning, yet warmer in the afternoon. Plan accordingly. Bring the proper gear First, know what gear is included in your lodge or adventure package. Some lodges provide fishing waders and boots. Most lodges provide rods, reels and fishing tackle. In all cases, you will need to bring a list of personal gear that includes base layers, a good fleece or insulating layer, rain jacket, sunglasses, and a warm hat. Please see our general gear list for Alaska. Review your itinerary It's very important that you make sure that your flight and travel schedules coordinate appropriately with your lodge trip itinerary. In some cases you will need to overnight in Anchorage or another major town in Alaska so that you can catch an early morning bush flight to the lodge. All lodges give detailed instructions on when and where to meet their staff to transfer you to the lodge. Please double check and triple check your travel arrangments against the lodge itinerary. Recommended Hotels in Anchorage The Lakefront Hotel 800-544-0553 Microtel 888-771-7171 Courtyard by Marriot 877-729-0197 Holiday Inn Express 907-248-8848 Grouse Lake Lodge B&B 907-252-3958 Hotel Captain Cook 907-276-6000 Hilton 907-272-7411 Recommended Restaurants in Anchorage Simon & Seaford’s downtown steak and seafood with a nice view of the Cook Inlet, reservations recommended (907) 274-3502 Sullivan’s Steakhouse, 5th Ave Mall, downtown (907) 258-2882 DISH Japanese & Sushi Bar, 639 W International Airport Road, near airport, (907) 562-1275 Kincaid Grill, 6700 Jewel Lake Road, near airport, fresh creative dining, (907) 243-0507 Jen’s, 701 W 36th, fresh local fare with a wine bar, (907) 561-5367
Frequently Asked Questions
This is where you will find most answers. If there should still be any questions left, don't hesitate to contact us.
Nothing. Zero. Zilch. Our booking services are 100% free. By booking with us, you will pay the same (or less) than booking directly with the lodge or adventure operator.
We earn a small commission from any Alaska lodge bookings that we make, paid for by the lodges. This is how most travel agencies operate today.
Most lodge prices reflect a 3% discount for cash/check payment. In general, credit cards are not accepted.
Yes, we usually have options for any reasonable budget. Some people underestimate the costs of doing business in the Alaska bush. Airplanes, goods, and transport expenses add-up in remote Alaska.
We adhere to each individual lodge's cancellation policy. With that, please see our Terms & Conditions page for more information.