Severe Weather Activity:
Travel Impressions continues to monitor all current severe weather activity. For any travel locations affected by severe weather, we work with our hoteliers to accommodate any delayed departures or arrivals. Please check your Airline carrier's website for up to date flight status and travel waiver policies.
If your customer's flight is canceled or delayed:
Notify Travel Impressions Customer Care immediately at 1-800-284-0022, prompt #3, so we can ensure that your hotel accommodations will be available upon arrival.
If your customers are at their vacation site and have questions:
Contact Travel Impressions Customer Care at 1-800-284-0022, prompt #3.
Customer Care is available to assist you 24/7
For all pre-departure inquiries related to changing your customer's reservation:
Contact Travel Impressions Reservations at 1-800-284-0022, prompt #2.
Hours of operation: Mon. - Fri. 9:00am-9:00pm & Sat. 10:00am-6:00pm EST.
For all pre-departure online bookings:
Contact eCommerce Online Support at 1-800-999-4321.
Hours of operation: Mon. - Thur. 9:00am-11:00pm, Fri. 9:00am-10:00pm, Sat. 10:00am-6:00pm and Sun. 11:00am-4:00pm EST.
Please see the latest weather updates from the National Hurricane Center: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
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Message from U.S. Department of State:
Travel Impressions recommends that you visit the U.S. Department of State’s website, http://travel.state.gov/, which includes important information on foreign travel. Use common sense while vacationing abroad. For additional information on international and domestic travel, click here to view our Know Before You Go guide.
Jamaica Ministry of Tourism Statement:
As you know, Travel Impressions is committed to proactive and ongoing communication with our valued partners. As part of that commitment, we are reaching out with an update on the situation in Jamaica’s St. James Parish/Montego Bay area.
As a leading provider of travel packages in Jamaica, we applaud the actions taken and additional resources put in place by the Government of Jamaica in the St. James Parish/Montego Bay area as a tool to enhance security.
According to the Jamaican Ministry of Tourism, the increased police presence and additional security measures have been put into action to ensure the continued safety of residents and visitors, and visitors have been enjoying their daily activities throughout the various resort regions without issue.
To view the entire statement from the Minister of Tourism, please Click Here. The Jamaica Tourism Board has additionally stated that Jamaica remains safe for visitors at this time.
Jamaica welcomes in excess of four million visitors a year with a high return rate of 40 percent. We are committed to your customers having a safe and memorable experience. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions. We appreciate your ongoing support.
No Disruptions Expected from REAL ID Act
The REAL ID Act is a law passed by Congress in 2005 establishing minimum security standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards, making them more secure. Beginning January 22, 2018, passengers whose identification is issued by the following states and territories and therefore may not have REAL ID-compliant identification will need to show an additional source even for domestic travel.
- New York
- American Samoa
- Northern Mariana Islands
However, it is anticipated that extensions or programs will be approved before the restriction becomes active; therefore, disruption is not expected.
In the unlikely event that these five states and territories do not receive approval/extension, please be sure to advise your customers to have alternate identification. Acceptable documents include:
- Valid passport
- Global Entry card
- NEXUS card
- SENTRI travel card
To learn more about REAL ID and view FAQs about this law, visit: https://www.dhs.gov/real-id-public-faqs.
Increased Call Volume:
Due to increased call volume, hold times have been a bit longer than usual. For that, we truly apologize—we want to make sure we serve each call with the attention they deserve and appreciate your patience. However, did you know you can reduce the amount of time waiting on your phone by using one of our other methods of contact? Try these!
- Email HelpDesk@travimp.com for non-urgent items and receive a response within 24 hours
- Post payments securely online via Quest for Agents immediately
- Make use of our Virtual Hold feature! Be sure to listen to all the prompts to make sure your number is logged properly for callback.
Thank you for your support!
Riviera Maya Environmental Levy effective Sep. 1, 2017:
The Municipalidad of Solidaridad in the Rivera Maya is one of the most beautiful places in the Mexican Caribbean, and tourism has been instrumental in driving the economic and social development of the region. In an effort to continue to preserve, conserve, and beautify the destination, Riviera Maya’s Municipality of Solidaridad has implemented a small environmental levy on visitors effective September 1, 2017. Hotels will collect 20 Mexican pesos per room per day upon check-out; the proceeds will be deposited in an environmental trust to fund local projects. The Municipalidad of Solidaridad thanks you for your understanding and support of this worthwhile endeavor.