Cruise & Travel, Airlines and Government Agency Updates

Cruise and Tour Companies


Government Agencies & Other

MGA Travel Statement

The Coronavirus situation is constantly evolving. We recommend that you monitor the State Department for travel restrictions at and check the CDC’s latest reports.  

These will help guide you to make the best decision based on your comfort level and travel plans. 

If you do travel in and around impacted countries, be prepared to follow the CDC recommendations for health screenings and quarantines. 

Whether traveling domestically or internationally, we encourage you to purchase travel insurance for an additional layer of protection.

Making the decision whether to travel or not is a deeply personal choice. 

As travel advisors, we are here to assist our clients; their health, safety and well-being is our top priority.

 We provide available information, so our clients can make informed decisions about their travel plans. 

Many cruise lines and travel suppliers are offering relaxed penalties and/or later final payment dates. In some cases, certain cruise lines will offer a future cruise credit for the full amount and you can cancel up to 48 hours prior to departure. Please contact us for details. If you know you want to cancel your trip, please complete this form:

WHO and other researchers at John Hopkins University have compiled charts and maps with the latest information on coronavirus COVID-10 global cases, which is updated automatically:

Please note that your itinerary is often made up of many components that include accommodations (hotel/lodges), transfers, sightseeing with tour guides, various ground operators as well as international and internal flights, and/or cruises. It is therefore necessary to point out that we as a business can only pass on credits and rebooking / cancellation policies that we can negotiate with all of these operators, which do vary.