Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be over 60 to book with Travel at 60?
No, you don’t have to be over 60 to book with Travel at 60. Our holidays have been curated with Baby Boomers firmly in mind but our Travel Consultants can source any type of holiday you can think of and are happy to cater for all ages. We also have some fabulous multi-generational holidays and can also source private touring if you have a large group.

Do I need to be a Starts at 60 member to book holidays?
No, being a member of Starts at 60 is not a prerequisite to booking travel with Travel at 60. However, signing up and subscribing to our newsletter will ensure you are kept in the loop on our best travel deals and sales.

When will my booking be confirmed?
Once we receive your deposit, your holiday will be confirmed. We will also confirm any additional arrangements such as pre- and post-tour accommodation and travel insurance. This can vary depending on the destination and type of holiday you have booked with us.

Can special requests be arranged?
Please advise us of any medical requirements, special meal requests, special needs or mobility impairment at time of booking.

Are there any health precautions or vaccinations that I need?
We recommend you see your doctor at six to eight weeks prior to travel for advice and to allow time for any necessary vaccinations. Please remember to take your itinerary with you and ensure you purchase appropriate travel insurance at the time of booking.

What are the luggage restrictions on tour?
Depending on the type of holiday, flights, touring and cruises you have booked, luggage allowances vary. Ask your travel consultant at time of booking or refer to your booking confirmation.

How far in advance are flights available to book?
Airlines release their flight schedules 299 days in advance.

I am a solo traveller. Do I have to pay a single supplement?
Travel at 60 continues to work hard to source solo traveller holidays. We also work closely with operators who will pair you with another solo travel, as we understand that some solo travellers would happily share a room on tour to avoid paying an additional supplement.

If you are a solo traveller who is willing to share on a group tour, please let us know so we can explore options with travel operators willing to pair you with a solo traveller of the same gender on your tour, saving you both the Single Hotel Room Option cost.

What are the meal abbreviations on some itineraries?
B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner.

What is ATAS?
When planning a trip, it is important to always look for the ATAS Symbol.

Travel agencies that bear the ATAS symbol have met strict criteria in order to become nationally accredited. Their accreditation means they are the best in the industry; credible, well trained and a professional business.

They are required to conduct business in compliance with Australian Consumer Law and in accordance with ATAS Charter and Code of Conduct.

In fact, ATAS accredited agents are travel experts who can offer you access to a large variety of products and destinations across Australia and the world, the best suppliers and first-to-market offers. They will provide you with friendly service and create a hassle free and convenient travel experience, from beginning to end.ATAS or the AFTA Travel Accreditation Scheme, is administered by the industry association, the Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA).

Our friendly Australian travel team is happy to answer any other questions you might have. Simply call 1300 414 198 (for the cost of a local call anywhere within Australia) or email [email protected].

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