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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the tour itinerary fixed?

The tour itinerary is set within the tour program as the basic outline but it may vary depending on the weather conditions. We’re trying hard to deliver you the best experience according to the actual situation. The tour itinerary is only set as the basic outline of the tour - it is not hardwired into the program because it largely depends on the weather conditions. It is in our best interest to try hard and deliver the best experience, in fair and foul weather, according to the situation we are facing.

What photo gear shall I take with me?

Digital camera (i.e. DSLR or mirrorless camera) with wide angle and telephoto lenses. Good tripod, preferably a light one, and a remote shutter release, of course, for tack sharp pictures. And neutral density and polarizer filters (if you have any).

What clothes and footwear do you recommend to bring along?

We cannot stress this enough - make sure to step up your wardrobe. Cause though magical, the fall weather here can get freezing cold and send some real chills to the bone. The thing with New York is that thanks to its gridiron city plan, some streets go dead straight for miles and can turn into wind tunnels; tunnels filled with cold winds blowing from the Hudson River. So staying warm is the way to go to New York in the fall.

What is the minimum number of people on the photo tour?

The minimum number of attendees on this photo tour is 3.

What if the minimum number of people on the photo tour is not reached?

In that case, it’s up to us to decide whether we want to organize the photo tour anyways, and we’ll update you shortly. In case we decide to not go through with the tour, we’ll return you the money paid in the tour account asap.

What is the maximum number of people on the photo tour?

The maximum number of attendees is 10 attendees per tour.

How does the booking process work?

First, you book the tour via the booking form linked from the detail page of the particular photo tour. As soon as we receive your booking request, we’ll let you know whether your booking was confirmed. Once you obtain the booking confirmation with all the photo tour details, you’ll also receive payment details to make the advance payment or full payment in case the start of the photo tour is too close. The advance payment should be made within 7 days, while the full payment should be made asap. After receiving your payment, you’re officially signed up for the tour. And finally, if you made advance payment, you should cover the remaining balance no longer than 30 days before the photo tour starts.

What are the payment options?

As of now, we only provide our customers with wire transfer option, but are planning to also accept card payments in the near future. Unfortunately, we’re not planning to include PayPal.

What are the wire transfer payment option details?

IBAN: CZ2820100000002301152410
Bank name: Fio banka, a.s.
Bank address: Millennium Plaza, V Celnici 10, 117 21, Praha 1, Czech Republic
Company name: Bohemian Journeys, s.r.o.

Is it OK to pay the full amount in one go?

Sure, if that works better for you.

Will I be charged if I decide to cancel the trip?

If you decide to cancel the trip, you may be charged depending on the following rules:

  • within a period of more than thirty calendar days prior to the beginning of the trip: in the amount of the advance payment
  • within the period of thirty to fifteen calendar days prior to the beginning of the trip: in the amount of 50% of the trip price
  • within the period of fourteen to eight calendar days prior to the beginning of the trip: in the amount of 75% of the trip price
  • within the period of seven and less calendar days prior to the beginning of the trip: in the amount of 100% of the trip price.
Please note that the date when the cancellation takes effect shall be decisive for the calculation of the cancellation fee.

What language are the photo tours held in?

The photo tours are in English to accommodate the universal participant in you.