Thank you for using Chesney Davis Travel’s website, services and travel arrangements (Services). Your use of the Services is subject to these terms and conditions and signifies your agreement to share this information with those traveling with you.
Documentation and Identification
It is your responsibility to review your travel documents for accuracy and to have the appropriate travel documentation for entry to your destination(s), such as passports, visas, and inoculation certificates. Clients should refer to resources such as the U.S. Department of State (www.travel.state.gov) and the CDC (www.cdc.gov).
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires you to carry a government-issued identification card in order to board a flight.
NOTE: On May 7, 2025, US travelers must be REAL ID compliant in order to board domestic flights and enter certain federal facilities. Please visit the Department of Homeland Security website for more information: dhs.gov/real-id.
A valid passport is required for all international destinations. If a passport is required to travel, the expiration date must be at least six months beyond the date of return. Please refer to the US State Department website: travel.state.gov.
Pre-Departure, Check-In & Return
Some international destinations require pre-arrival Covid testing. It is your responsibility to arrange appropriate testing and testing appointment(s) as well as submit documentation prior to departure that is required by the destination.
It is your responsibility to check in for your flight(s) and to reconfirm flight times at least 24-72 hours prior to scheduled flight(s). It is strongly recommended that you check in a minimum of two hours prior to scheduled departure for domestic flights and three hours prior to scheduled departure for international flights. However, it remains your responsibility to keep current of changes in condition or airport rules that might require earlier arrival times.
Travel insurance is strongly recommended to protect your investment. A travel insurance quote based on trip cost will be sent to you within a reasonable time frame after deposit. No representation or description of insurance made by Chesney Davis Travel constitutes a binding assurance or promise about insurance coverage or potential claims. You agree to hold Chesney Davis Travel harmless if you elect not to purchase travel insurance or for any denial of claim by your travel insurer.
Planning, Flight and Concierge Fees:
All fees are pre-paid and non-refundable.
Independent Supplier Responsibility
Chesney Davis Travel is not the supplier of travel services and acts solely as an agent for the actual suppliers such as cruise lines, hotels, airlines, ground transportation, car rental companies, and tour operators providing accommodations, transportation, tours/activities, and other services. Each of these suppliers is an independent entity from Chesney Davis Travel. The suppliers whose names appear in the information you received are those who are actually responsible for providing the travel services you have purchased. You acknowledge and agree that the travel suppliers have set forth cancellation policies, change fees, and penalties that apply to your travel plans and services.
Should you decline to buy trip insurance, you will not hold Chesney Davis Travel responsible for any cancellations or trip interruptions.
No Liability to Agent
You agree to hold Chesney Davis Travel harmless should any of the travel suppliers:
fail to provide the travel services you have purchased;
fail to comply with any applicable law; or
engage in any negligent act or omission that causes you or those traveling with you any sort of injury, damage, delay, or inconvenience.
You further agree to hold Chesney Davis Travel harmless for any accident, injury, property damage or personal loss to you or to those traveling with you in connection with any travel services Chesney Davis Travel has booked, including but not limited to acts of God, weather conditions, natural disasters, acts of governments or other authorities, wars, civil disturbances, riots, strikes, epidemics, acts of terrorism, breakdown in equipment, theft, delay, fuel increases, or cancelation or change in itinerary or schedules.