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CynthiaWritten on March 29th, 2021Well planned tour with beautiful vistas along the way. Navajo Reservation with authentic lunch and native guide was superb. Helicopter ride over Grand Canyon …Read moreBindlestiff Tours commented on this reviewThanks so much for your review - we are glad you had a great tour with Joe. He is certainly passionate about the areas visited and keen to share lots of information!
BorisWritten on March 10th, 2021Excellent trip covering many wonderful natural sites and opportunities to hike. Our guide, Joel, was very knowledgeable and helpful.
AnonymousWritten on February 22nd, 2021Wonderful day in the ghost town Our tour guide Joel was exceptional. We enjoyed the historical stories of the past. His knowledge of this area is very informati…Read more
WilsonWritten on January 29th, 2021Joe, the guide was excellent.Bindlestiff Tours commented on this reviewThank you Wilson!
SWritten on January 13th, 2021The Tour was excellent, we follow our guide and see the beautiful cliff, rivers,... I recommand this tour, and this commercial tour ! Thank you
melviaWritten on November 13th, 2020Great trip love the small size
ChenyuWritten on November 8th, 2020The tour is very organized, but I did not like that guide was complaining about how much he hates camping every chance he get and that he would choose lodging a…Read more
AnonymousWritten on November 4th, 2020Solo Trip during COVID I had an amazing time on this tour! Everything was organized very well and I had an action packed week. The tour guide, Chris, knew all t…Read more
AnonymousWritten on November 4th, 20207 days SW Highlights tour Seeing these natural wonders were awe inspiring on their own and Bindlestiff, with the help of our guide, Joel, made it even more fun …Read more
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Travel Safely With Bindlestiff Tours
At Bindlestiff Tours we are closely monitoring government policy changes, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, government mandates, and public health advancements and will continue to make changes as deemed necessary and appropriate to our protocols and procedures. Therefore, the information contained in this document is subject to change at any time. Compliance with all posted and below Bindlestiff Tours policies and protocols will be required to participate in a tour and applies to all guests.
Employee & Guest Health
The health and safety of our employees and guests is our number one priority. We are pleased to announce our reopening plan beginning with phase one detailed below. Phase one will continue until further advice from the CDC and other relevant guidelines laid out by local authorities.
Employee & Guest Health Concerns
Our employees have been given clear instructions on how to respond swiftly and report all presumed cases of COVID-19. We will be ready to provide support to our guests. Employees are instructed to stay home if they do not feel well and are instructed to contact management if a guest has a cough, shortness of breath, or other known symptoms of COVID-19. Guests who are exhibiting any of the symptoms of COVID-19 while on tour are instructed to immediately notify their tour guide.
Guests will be advised to practice physical distancing by standing at least six feet away from other groups of people. Employees and guests will be reminded to refrain from touching their faces and to practice physical distancing whenever possible. Tour guides have been instructed to not handle guest’s cameras. Tour vehicles will have all center seats blocked in order to provide physical distancing while in the vehicle. We are limiting the number of people onboard each vehicle to provide our customers more personal space so there will be no need for the middle seat to be occupied (this is in effect until further notice). But if you’re traveling together, you can still sit together.
Before the Tour Begins
At the beginning of each tour all guests and guide will have their temperature checked using a non contact forehead thermometer. Any guest showing symptoms of COVID-19 or have a temperature exceeding 100.0 Fahrenheit (ca. 38 °C) will not be permitted on tour. Guests who are aware that they have a condition that causes a fever should bring a letter from a doctor stating that the guest’s fever is caused by said condition and the guest should have no other symptoms of COVID-19.
Camping Equipment (for camping tours only)
All camping equipment will be sanitized using a hospital grade fogger and sanitizer before the tour. Guests will be assigned the same camping equipment for the duration of the tour.
All tour vehicles will be sanitized before the tour using state-of-the-art UVA lamps. In addition, all community spaces on the tour vehicle will be additionally sanitized by the tour guide before the tour begins and during the tour whenever possible.
Disposable Face Masks
It is highly encouraged to bring your own hand sanitizer and face covering, and to wear your face covering while traveling. If you forget your mask, one may be available for you while stocks last. All guests will be assigned (1) disposable facemask per day on tour while stocks last. Guests will be instructed to wear their face mask whenever they are in the tour vehicle. Please note that some parks and states are mandating that members of the public wear face coverings at all times when in public. Since these mandates are continuously being updated we encourage you to reach out to us close to your tour date for the latest mandates in each area of your tour.
Hand sanitizer will be readily available and free for guests to use throughout their tour.
Camping and Lodging Accommodations
All hotels and campgrounds used by Bindlestiff Tours are following sanitization protocols and procedures. Please contact us for information on how to access each facility’s procedures.
Food Kitty and Communal Meals Where Applicable
Any tours that offer communally cooked/prepared meals will be altered in the short term. Included breakfasts and lunches will continue where applicable by providing individually wrapped items and disposable environmentally friendly cutlery. Any camping evening meals may be replaced with restaurant service at the guest’s expense. Due to these circumstances, local food kitty payments will be reduced and guests will be notified on a per tour basis.
Solo Tents and Solo Guest Rooms
All solo travelers will be provided with their own solo tent if camping. Private hotel rooms are available for additional fees.
New tour offerings
We know guests are anxious to return to the great outdoors. Many guests might be more comfortable primarily traveling with those they know rather than being a part of large tour groups. Due to these circumstances, we are happy to announce we have launched a series of new Self Drive and Private Tours.
What can you do to keep yourself and other guests safe?
- Wash your hands! This is your best defense to avoid sickness. When washing your hands, use hot water and soap. Be sure to wash your hands for 20 seconds or longer to efficiently get rid of any bacteria.
- If you are feeling sick, please let your tour guide know immediately for the safety of yourself and others.
- Cover your cough/sneeze with a tissue or your inner elbow. Do not cover your sneeze with your hands!
- Be sure not to touch your eyes, nose, mouth with your hands if they are not clean.
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