Is it possible to change the price of a tour after the payment has been made? Many tourists, when buying trips abroad, wonder if it is possible that the price of the trip will still go up. And this is as likely as possible.
Every travel agency reserves the probability of an increase in the amount due to be paid for the tour. The agencies thus insure themselves against additional costs, which can grow to bagatelle sums on a larger scale.
The main reasons that can affect changes in prices for holidays are primarily changes in exchange rates on international markets, or an increase in transportation costs that have been increased by the cruise or coach organizer.
Tourists should be informed of all planned changes in the prices of tours at least 21 days before departure on vacation. In fact, such changes in the prices of vacation offers happen very rarely indeed, and if they do occur, they are small amounts. No one can predict what changes will occur in the financial markets, so tourists should not bother themselves with unrealistic price increases.