When you travel with Sey Lead, in order to allow us to provide you with your holiday of a lifetime, we need to know your needs and wishes. To help us do this, we need to ask you for necessary personal information. We know how important it is to keep your personal information safe, and we’ll always be open with you about how we collect and keep it.
We’ll ask you for information such as your name and contact information, your email address, and, if you travel with us, your passport details. We collect your personal data for three main reasons:
- When you visit our website or use our mobile, to give you the best possible experience, based on what you want to find out and which device you’re using.
- So we can contact you successfully, if you get in touch or ask us for information.
- And, when we’re planning your trip, to ensure that we make the right arrangements for you.
If you’re travelling with us, we’ll ask you to tell us a little more about yourself, such as any health conditions. We only do this so we can plan your trip around any special requirements you might have.
How we share your personal information
We’ll only either ask you for personal information directly or, with your permission, gather it by tracking how you use our website or our mobile. We won’t share your personal information with third parties for any marketing activities.
When we do share your personal information, it’s always so we can provide you with a better service when you’re travelling with us.
Safeguarding your personal information
We keep your personal information securely, and we only keep it for limited and appropriate amounts of time. If you’d like to stop receiving our email marketing you can advise us and you contacts will be deleted from our system.
Your rights to your personal information
Please email us at email@example.com
Your contract with us and all matters arising out of it are governed by the Seychelles law. We both agree that any dispute, claim or other matter which arises out of or in connection with this contract or your holiday, will be dealt with by the Courts of Seychelles.