Force Majeure

In this section "force majeure" is used to describe those uncontrollable events that are not the fault of any party and that make it difficult or impossible to carry out our terms and conditions agreed in the contract. VIETLAND HOLIDAYS may insert a force majeure clause into a contract to absolve itself from liability in the event it cannot fulfill the terms of a contract (or if attempting to do so will result in loss or damage of goods) for reasons beyond its control.

If, as the consequence of a “Force Majeure”, VIETLAND HOLIDAYS is obliged to curtail, alter, extend or cancel the Tour, VIETLAND HOLIDAYS is not at liberty to maintain a claim for compensation or otherwise for any loss arising as a consequence of said curtailment, alteration, extension or cancellation of the Tour. 

“Force Majeure” means "acts of God," natural disasters, adverse weather conditions, fire or other destruction of any vessel, craft or vehicle used, or to be used, in connection with the Tour; destruction or damage of accommodation on the Tour not related to the Customer or the Company; riots, acts of war, civil unrest, and the exercise of legislative, government, municipal military or other authority action; strikes or other industrial actions; the requisition of equipment, mechanical breakdowns, or shortage of fuel; insolvency or default of any carrier or service connected with the Tour, and fraud perpetrated against the Company.