There is no annual
membership fee unless you require us to print and post the
monthly newsletters. (R240.00 per annum includes both Traveltime
& Time Out newsletters).
becomes payable on the 1st July each year and is non refundable.
Should you join during the year a reduced fee is payable based
on the number of months remaining.
A monthly newsletter
providing details of forthcoming events, date, cost and meeting
place for departure, or collection points, will
be published on our website. A report back on the previous
month’s tour will be included.
to places of interest will be arranged on a monthly basis.
Members can decide whether to attend, but must advise their
participation by booking on time, and depositing the required
cost for the particular tour into the referenced banking
account by the specified date. (Account details will be provided
can choose to bring guests on any tour but will need to provide
full details when booking.
Transport will be arranged
to destinations within the Western Cape and further afield. Air
transport will be booked when the need arises.
will be structured to accommodate a maximum 44 passengers. Where
bookings for a particular tour are lower than what is required,
the right to either
re-schedule the tour or reduce numbers to
suit the next smaller coach, on a “first come first served
basis”. A price difference may apply.
Obviously not all tours will have 44 passengers and the vehicle
will be chosen to best suit the group travelling.
provider (normally Hylton Ross) provides a Passenger Liability
Insurance Cover for all trips, however for any activities you
undertake outside of the transport, these are done entirely at
your own risk, for which you accept full responsibility
and hereby indemnify Traveltime / Time Out Ladies Club and it's operators /
Where other forms of
transport are used, or accommodation and meals are provided, the
suppliers terms and conditions will apply.
addition and without limitation, Traveltime is not responsible
for any injury, loss, death, inconvenience, delay or damage to
personal property in connection with the provision of any goods
or services whether resulting from but not limited to acts of
God or force majeure, illness, disease, acts of war, civil
unrest, insurrection or revolt, animals, strikes or other labour
activities, criminal or terrorist activities of any kind,
overbooking or downgrading of services, food poisoning,
mechanical or other failure of aircraft or other means of
transportation or for failure of any transportation mechanism to
arrive or depart on time. Additional expenses incurred due to
delays, accidents, natural disaster, political actions and
unrest must be covered by the tour members.
Participation on any tours implies full agreement to the
above conditions by all parties involved.
is required to have medical aid cover for local tours and full
travel insurance when participating in tours out of South
Africa. It is the responsibility of the Traveller to read their
insurance policy before they travel and ensure that the
insurance scheme provides the requisite level of cover.