World Expeditions respects your privacy
The protection of your personal information is very important to us, and we believe that you should know how we use it at all times. Our commitment to ensuring the privacy and security of the information you supply is listed below.
We do not share, sell or trade any of the information collected via our website, including email addresses, telephone numbers, postal addresses and names, with any companies or organisations. If you receive information from World Expeditions, it is because you have requested it, or a friend/colleague has requested it on your behalf.
What personally identifiable information do we collect from our website?
Visitors to our website may opt to supply personally identifiable information (such as name, address, email address and telephone numbers) for various purposes, including to register for an information night, to subscribe to our e-newsletter, to request further information about our trips, to download trip notes and to order a brochure. World Expeditions will only use this personal information for the purpose for which it was supplied. We use email links located on this website to allow you to contact us directly via email, and use the information provided in your email to respond to your questions or comments.
Your choice to ‘opt out’ is respected
If you have opted to receive communications from us and at a later stage change your mind, you may contact us to have your name removed from our distribution lists. Additionally, steps to unsubscribe are contained in all our communications.
Otherwise, please send an email to one of the following:
Australia - [email protected]
Canada/USA - [email protected]
United Kingdom - [email protected]
New Zealand - [email protected]
Correct and update-to-date information
If you would like to verify or change the data we have received from you please contact your nearest World Expeditions office.
Anonymous information collected
In order to continually improve our website and ensure its relevance to our viewers we collect anonymous clickstream information from every visitor. This may include pages viewed, date, time, browser type and IP numbers that determine domain type and geographic region.
We use a technology called 'cookies' for your benefit. They are used to recognise your computer so that you are not required to enter the same information each time you log on to our website. A message is given to a web browser by a web server. The message is then stored by the browser in a text file called cookie.txt. Each time the browser requests a page from the server, this message is sent back. A cookie's main objective is to identify users and personalise their visit by customising web pages for them, for example by welcoming them by name the next time they visit the same website. A website using cookies will usually invite you to provide personal information such as your name, email address and interests.
Links to other websites
World Expeditions uses retargeting to advertise online. Third-party vendors show our ads on websites across the internet. World Expeditions and third-party vendors use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) together to inform, optimise and serve ads based on your past visits to our website.
World Expeditions provides a safe and secure e-commerce environment. We protect the security of your credit card data with the following measures:
We do not store your credit card details on any of our servers. We use SecurePay to provide a secure environment for the authorisation of credit card and charge card transactions between your browser and our financial institution. Confidential information including card details are encrypted using industry standard SSL 128-bit encryption technology.
When you have entered a secure environment you will note the URL (web address) is prefixed by ‘https://secure.’. Certain browsers may also show a padlock in the footer.
World Expeditions welcome the Privacy Amendments (Private Sector) Act 2000 (and the subsequent amendments to this Act) and the 10 Privacy Principles that the Act introduces.