Our Commitment to Your Well-being and Enjoyment

Your health, well-being, and enjoyment are our top priorities. The Melton travel team consults with health and security experts around the world to ensure a healthy and enjoyable travel experience.

The policies and procedures related to COVID-19 vary from state to state and country to country. They are also constantly getting updated and revised accordingly. We plan to update you in the weeks leading up to your seminar, but you are ultimately responsible for checking and complying with the policies of your travel destination.

Additionally, please read below for general information on Melton’s requirements.

Please read carefully:
Insurance: We strongly encourage you to have the appropriate travel insurance that will both cover your health care needs and allow you to cancel for any reason. It’s helpful for you to provide us with your policy information in the event it is needed during the seminar. We are happy to provide you with insurance referrals; please ask us!

Please pay special attention to the cut-off date by which you must take out insurance after registration for the seminar.

Pre-Tour Health Screenings: In addition to meeting destination COVID-19 requirements, all travelers must complete a wellness declaration before joining a Melton seminar. This declaration requires you to provide one of the following documents:

  • A printed or digital verification of full COVID-19 vaccination obtained at least 14 days prior to travel (an original unlaminated card might be required by the countries you are visiting); or
  • Should you be unable to be vaccinated, proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of travel.

Transportation: Specific details will vary by airline, but standard operations typically include flight attendants wearing masks, sanitizing all surfaces between flights and physical distancing. Our local transportation vendors will ensure that our buses are sanitized before our use and will provide hand sanitizer for our use.

Your Travel Staff: Our travel staff are available 24/7 throughout the seminar to help address unexpected situations – including illness and emergencies.

Use of Face Coverings: Both vaccinated and non-vaccinated guests are required to bring their own personal protective equipment on our seminars. Some seminar locations may require a mask for entry.

What You Can Do:

  • Bring a mask from home
  • If you become ill on the seminar, immediately contact the travel staff;
  • Be considerate of physical distancing while on the tour;
  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds frequently.

Because the situation remains fluid, we recommend reviewing CDC travel recommendations here.