If you need to buy luggage look for the soft bag,wheeled versions with pull-out handles. Look for wide, sturdy rollers with plenty of ground clearance. Check they're securely fastened to the frame of the bag, and that the bag is stable when sitting upright.
Handles with two horizontal bars are better than one, and ensure that the mechanism slides freely and doesn't feel flimsy in the shop – it won't be any better out in the real world.
Confirm that the handle sits at an appropriate height for the length of your arms.
These types of bags are easier to transport on flat surfaces, which makes it much easier to stack under the coach with a large group on tour and if you are a music group you will need to also carry your music instruments. If you wish to have these added to your tour please let me know.
Risk Assessment:If you would like this just ask... Qualmark:Qualmark is New Zealand tourism’s official quality assurance organisation.Taxes:Current airline taxes, security taxes and fuel levy surcharges are in every quotation. They are however levied, on a daily basis and only at the time of final tour payments can this rate be confirmed.
Meals:All breakfasts, some lunches and all dinners are included in your tour.
Dietary Requirements:I understand that there are many people who have allergies. You will need to provide me a list of all dietary requirements . This information will be given to the airline, hotels and other places you may be eating at. In severe cases I will arrange for them to meet the chef and have all there meals made my one person.
In case of an emergency:Contact your Insurance Company they are set up 24 hours to assist you wherever you are.
Parents Contact:Some school like parents travelling that helps lowing the over all costs. But some don't parents/other family members can hire a car and sometimes put them in another hotel away from the group. – If there is any question, please ask your school teacher.
Travel Insurance:It is recommended that the entire group has insurance, however if you do your own, please let me know.
It is important that groups are insured on one policy, so that if there is an emergency, the group leader can make one phone call to the insurance company. Put insurance in place as soon as tour deposits are paid for . Earlier protection the better.
To obtain a quotation or purchase an individual policy online.
Musical Instruments Marsh’sMusical equipment insuranceNow is not the time to reach for your soft cover guitar case. When your instruments are taking to the sky, they should always be packed in hardcover, protective case. A hard case will prevent your instruments from being crushed by other luggage. Plus, it will keep all the pieces nice and snug so that bumps of takeoff, landing and mid-flight turbulence don't damage your delicate strings and whatnot.From professional performers and music teachers to those who simply own an instrument, the Marsh Advantage Insurance team can arrange insurance products to cover your musical equipment and instruments.We have cover options available for your:
- PA system, Drum, Bassoon, and more
- Cello, Double Bass, Guitar, Keyboard, Trumpet, Saxophone, Flue, Clarinet,
- Marsh Advantage Insurance can arrange cover that aims to ensure your equipment and instruments are repaired or replaced if damaged or stolen anywhere in the world. For an additional premium, we can also arrange cover for your legal liability* as a musician if you cause injury to other people or damage to their property.
- Contact the Marsh Advantage Insurance musical equipment team for more information or get a quote.
Public liability insurance
- Professional indemnity insurance