Traveling in 2020 isn’t as straightforward as we all expected at the start of the year. We are doing everything we can to help balance your desire to travel with the uncertainty caused by COVID-19. This page describes what measures we’re taking to help you have a rewarding travel experience while ensuring everyone’s safety.
While you are planning your trip
Our specialists have the latest insights as to their destination’s status and regulations related to travel. They can help you navigate the complexities of planning a trip in uncertain circumstances and keep you informed as things change.
Even if things look good for your travel dates today, we know the situation may change later. That is why kimkim is now offering the option to postpone your trip in the event you are unable to travel. In most cases, postponement can be offered at no additional cost, and you won’t need to pick new dates until you’re ready to travel again. Please check with your specialist to learn more.
During your trip
Carefully selected hotels, activities, and transportation
Kimkim’s specialists work exclusively with handpicked hotels and activity and transportation providers. They are collaborating closely with these partners to understand their COVID-19 safety practices and guidelines. If you have any specific questions or concerns, please ask your specialist.
Trips designed to avoid the crowds
One of the biggest advantages of working with a local specialist is that they know their destination inside and out. They can help you put together a trip that steers clear of the most crowded attractions while still ensuring that you get to experience the things you are traveling to their country to see. From experiencing amazing lesser-known destinations to visiting the highlights away from the crowds, your specialist can help you travel comfortably.
During your trip, your specialist will be there to support you with anything that arises. If any plans need to change, they’ll work with you to develop a solution, ensuring you have peace of mind while you’re abroad.