A statement on coronavirus (COVID-19)
Last updated 23rd February 2021 - still current 16th April 2021
The safety and health of our Dream Challenges participants is always our top priority and we are monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation carefully and continuously.
All tour operators and holiday insurance providers take their guidance from Foreign & Commonwealth Office advice.
A message from the MD, Callum O'Driscoll
To all our valued customers
In these times, which are challenging for each of us individually and for the travel industry, I wanted to set out our position with regard to your challenge bookings for the remainder of the year and 2022.
As a medium-sized events and travel company, we are dealing with the continuing impact of the COVID-19 situation on hundreds of our challenge departures and thousands of customers.
It will take time to do this, and we need to be sure that we are following the latest UK Government advice at all times. As such, we are working through our challenges strictly in date order. Please be assured that we will be in contact with you, but I would respectfully ask for your patience so that we can we can deal with the most urgent matters first.
Thank you again for your loyalty and understanding, and best wishes from Dream Challenges.
If you were booked on a challenge that was due to depart in 2020
If your challenge was cancelled, you will have received an email with details of your refund and transfer options. You can still transfer your registration fee to a new challenge.
If you are booked on a challenge departing in 2021 or 2022
Challenges in 2021 may be cancelled because of:
The following conditions apply to 2020 and 2021 cancelled challenges
For our full booking conditions please visit https://www.dream-challenges.com/booking-conditions/