Intrepid Group has confirmed it will extend its suspension of all trips until 30 September 2020.
The decision follows Intrepid’s announcement last month to suspend global operations until 31 May.
Customers booked to travel on an Intrepid Travel or Peregrine Adventures tour during this time will receive a credit valued at 110 per cent of the money paid to use towards an alternative tour with a departure date before 30 September 2022.
CEO James Thornton said that the decision to extend the suspension of Intrepid’s trips is due to the ongoing global impact of coronavirus (COVID-19), and the likelihood that international borders will remain closed for an extended period of time.
“This is an extraordinary situation for the whole travel industry. As a responsible travel company, we’re doing our best to look after all the people that depends on our business,” Thornton said.
“We look forward to resuming trips when we can once again operate trips that benefit both our travellers and the people they visit along the way.”
This comes the day after Intrepid celebrated Earth Day announcing their 100,000th tree planted through its Offset Earth Page.