UW Alumni Tours

COVID-19 Response

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is being heavily felt not only in the travel industry and across the world, but also within our communities and in our own homes. To date, many of our upcoming UW Alumni Group Tours have already been postponed or cancelled by our tour operators.

We recognize this has been a confusing and frustrating time, with facts and new information changing by the day. Having your travel plans change (or worrying whether you need to make changes to your plans) is difficult and brings forth a real mix of emotions: both disappointment for what would have been an incredible experience (under normal circumstances), and relief, alleviating any unease about traveling any time soon.

As we all take this one step at a time, please know that your safety in traveling with your fellow Huskies and friends remains our number one priority. We continue to work with our tour operators to keep abreast of the changes they are making to each of our UW group tours and any associated relaxations of their cancellation policies. We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding as we work through this unprecedented time together.

Please note that in deference to Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” proclamation, the UW Alumni Tours team is working remotely. Most of our vendors are doing the same in accordance with their local regulations. We are here to answer your questions as best we can, and we thank you for your patience and understanding if communication, with either our office or theirs, is delayed.

Thank you for your ongoing support of UW Alumni Tours. We look forward to the day where we can celebrate overcoming this crisis and once again experience this incredible world.

Wishing you the best of health in the days to come.

Existing 2021 Reservations

Tour Operator Contact Info

Enhanced Safety Protocols

Extended Cancellation Windows

Applying Travel Credits/Vouchers

Travel Insurance Questions

What UW is Doing & How You Can Help

Official COVID-19 Resources