We are committed to protecting your privacy.
Close Encounters Africa takes the issue of data protection and online privacy seriously and will not disclose information to third parties, unless required to do so by law.
Worried about providing us with information on line? Let us put your mind at rest. The following discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for our web site:
Who is Close Encounters Travel?
closeencounterstravel.com and closeencountersafrica.com are the Internet domain for Close Encounters Travel, a division of Art Safari Ltd.
The uses of holding and giving information:
At Close Encounters Travel we are 100% committed to protecting your security and privacy. This site has security measures in place to help protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. Information will only be used by us for the purposes that you have agreed to.
Information you provide:
Any information provided to Close Encounters Travel via this website will be used for the sole purpose of finding suitable holidays and keeping you informed of current offers and special deals.
Client information will only be available to Art Safari Ltd employees.
Unless prior permission has been obtained from a visitor to our website, information will not be given to any third party except to comply with the law or to protect the safety of Close Encounters Travel employees, third party employees or members of the public.
Your information may be circulated within Close Encounters Travel for the purposes of performing our daily business requirements. Information will not be disclosed to third parties without prior consent. If you do not want information circulating within Close Encounters Travel, please e-mail or write to Close Encounters Travel so our records can be amended accordingly.
Close Encounters Travel reserve the right to contact via e-mail registered users to inform them of special offers. In addition Close Encounters Travel may advise website users from time to time in relation to service issues, this includes but is not restricted to, added service features, site inaccessibility or to prevent the transmission of ‘viruses’.