1. Students are subject to the authority of the
2. Nightly curfew will be established by the
teacher/chaperone in each hotel and relayed to the
students. Students are expected to be in their own hotel
room at the indicated curfew time. Bed checks will be
made by the teacher/chaperone.
3. Students may not leave their hotel rooms once the bed
check has been made. The hotel staff has been advised to
notify the teacher/chaperone if there is any infraction
to this rule.
4. Students are not permitted to change assigned hotel
rooms. Under very special circumstances a change may be
made only with the permission of the teacher/chaperone.
5. Students must respect hotel property. The student
responsible must pay for any damage or misappropriation
of hotel property before the group will be permitted to
depart from the hotel.
6. Students must pay for phone calls and any other
incidental expenses incurred at the hotel the evening
prior to departure.
7. Students must be considerate and respectful of the
rights of other guests at the hotel. The law abroad
protects the right of any individual to a restful
night’s sleep, and the police will enforce this right.
8. Students must be on time for all scheduled
activities. Tardiness results in inconveniencing others,
missing some of the planned activities and in some
instances, possible financial loss.
9. Students must present themselves for each meal
included in the program. Teacher/chaperone should
already know of any dietary problem or limitation and
will try to make adjustments accordingly.
10. Students are not permitted to drink alcoholic
beverages. Small amounts of wine or beer may be taken
with the evening meal (according to the customs of the
country visited) provided that the teacher/chaperone is
present and the parents have given written permission.
11. Students are expected to participate in all planned
group activities. The only excuse from an excursion or
activity is illness. Anyone who is too sick to
participate in a scheduled activity is too ill to take
part in free time or evening plans that day.
12. Students are not permitted to go off on their own.
Free time provides an opportunity for independent
activities and the pursuit of personal interests;
however, students must engage in these activities in
groups of three or more. The teacher/chaperone should
always be told where the students are going, with whom
and the time that they will return to the hotel.
13. Students may not go out at night unless they are
accompanied by a teacher/chaperone.
14. Students may not enter or ride any motorized vehicle
(car, scooter, motorbike, boat, etc.) . The only
approved motorized vehicles are those provided by the
tour directors or vehicles of public transportation.
15. Students are warned that carrying or using drugs in
all foreign nations is an offense that is punished by
immediate imprisonment. The chaperones and tour leaders
cannot be responsible for helping any student who so
violates the law. Even consular intervention will not
bring about release of the offender. Required medication
should be prescribed by a doctor and properly labeled.
16. Students should follow the rules established by the
teacher/chaperone in order to keep safe passports,
airline tickets, and any other travel documents. Bravo
Tours cannot be held responsible if lost.
17. Students are expected to take care of their own
spending money. The teacher/chaperone will be happy to
give students advice. Bravo Tours cannot be held
responsible or the loss or misappropriation of student’s
18. Students are expected to show consideration and
respect for their fellow students, teacher/chaperone,
tour leaders, guides, bus drivers, and hotel and
19. Any student who commits a serious breach of
discipline may be expelled form the tour at any time. He
will be returned to the U.S.A. by Bravo Tours and the
teacher/chaperone at the expense of the parents of the