Booking, enquiry and booking terms

When you contact the above address to book your visit please:

 

You can select your hide if you want to (Hide number from here) (this is not necessary)

 

Pick a date and month when you wish to arrive.

State the number of nights you would like to spend here.

 

Decide whether you require an Airport transfer from Kajaani - and please state the time of your flight arrival

 

Include information of Vegan or Vegetarians in your party

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Ari Sääski                    ari.saaski()wbb.fi

Wild Brown Bear booking terms

 

Section 1: Formation of an agreement

An agreement is created, and these terms become binding for the parties, when the terms have

been made available to the customer and he or she has then made at least the advance payment.

 

Section 2: Payment terms

If the service is reserved, at the latest, in 2 weeks need to pay 500 euro or less total amount and more than 500,- 2 months prior to the starting date, an advance payment of 30% of the total service price is to be made within seven days of making of the reservation; however, the total service price must always be paid, at the latest, 2 months prior to the service’s starting date. If the reservation is made later, the full service price is to be paid when the reservation is being made. If the reservation is made by phone, payment (advance payment or, if the consumer must pay the total service price when making the reservation as stated above, payment in full) must be made to the account specified by the entrepreneur within two banking days. The payment assignment must also include the service information (service duration, object, and product package name) and any reservation number provided by the entrepreneur. The customer must provide a receipt or other proof of payment before using the service. If the customer fails to comply with the payment terms, the entrepreneur is entitled to deem the reservation cancelled and the agreement to be dissolved. The entrepreneur must notify the customer without delay as to the agreement’s cancellation and return any payments made, less the costs of cancellation in line with Section 3.

 

Section 3: The customer’s right to dissolve the agreement

If the customer or another person close to him or her who lives in the same household suddenly falls seriously ill, falls victim to a serious accident or dies, or is faced with some other serious event (for example, significant damage to property, such as a fire at home – force majeure) in light of which it would be unreasonable to require him or her to participate in / partake of the holiday/trip/product, the customer is entitled to dissolve the agreement and receive a refund of the service price paid, 50 euro less handling charges. The payments will not be refunded if use of the service has already begun. Any impediment as defined above must be reported without delay. An illness, accident, or other event preventing the use of the service must be demonstrated with a reliable certificate. The customer has the right to dissolve the agreement without specific reason

a) no later than 2 months prior to the service’s start, by paying the handling charges of which he or she was notified in advance 50 euro;

b) less than 2 months but no later than 14 days prior to commencement of the service, by paying 30% of the total service price; and

c) less than 14 days but no more than 48 hours prior to the service’s start, by paying 50% of the total service price.

If the agreement is dissolved later or the customer does not notify the entrepreneur before the service’s start that he or she will not be using the service, the entrepreneur is entitled to charge the service price in full.

The customer must always provide notification if he or she will not use the service or will use it on a considerably smaller scale – for example, if the number of persons or the duration changes from what was agreed. Notice must be given in writing or in another appropriate manner, sent to the address; ari.saaski@wbb.fi .

 

Section 4: The entrepreneur’s right to dissolve the agreement .

The entrepreneur is entitled to dissolve the agreement or interrupt provision of the service if force majeure, such as fire, a natural disaster, action by the authorities, a strike / industrial action, or a similar unforeseeable event independent of the entrepreneur, prevents or substantially impedes the service’s provision. If the agreement is dissolved, the customer must be compensated in the amount of the full service price that has been paid or, in the case of interruption to service provision, a share that is equivalent to the unrealised portion. The entrepreneur must notify the customer without delay of the impediment due to which the service will not be provided.

 

Section 5: Responsibility for fulfilment of the agreement

The entrepreneur is responsible for the customer receiving the agreed services as they were marketed or as has been separately agreed for each reservation.

 

Section 6: Responsibilities of the parties and compensation for damages

The customer is entitled to compensation for the damage that an error in the entrepreneur's performance has caused to him or her if the error or damage is caused by neglect on the part of the entrepreneur or an assisting entrepreneur used by the entrepreneur. Damages to be compensated for comprise, for example, additional costs resulting from the error and costs of services that have been rendered useless. The entrepreneur is not responsible for damage caused by force majeure or some other unforeseeable factor that the entrepreneur or his or her assisting entrepreneur could not have prevented even by applying the most meticulous procedure. The entrepreneur must notify the customer of the impediment without delay and try to act in a manner that minimises the damage caused to the customer. The customer must follow the clear instructions, warnings, and orders that the entrepreneur provides regarding the service’s use and wear safety-related equipment as stipulated by the instructions. The customer is responsible for any damages he or she or a minor under his or her supervision causes to the entrepreneur or third parties, whether wilfully or through neglect. The customer is obliged to ensure that he or she has the valid documents required for using the

service, such as passport, visa, driving licence, firearms certificate, or proof of fishery fee payment. The entrepreneur is not responsible for any voluntary insurance the customer might need on the trip. The customer is responsible for his or her own insurance cover – for example, insurance against cancellation. If the customer does not use all of the agreed services or uses them only in part, he or she is not entitled to a price reduction or refund on these grounds.