LET'S TALK ABOUT MONEY
To secure your spot on a tour, you must make a deposit worth 30% of the price of the tour. This deposit, although it is non-refundable, does not expire: if you decide to cancel your booking after making this deposit you will be able to use the deposit towards a future trip with Tours for your Soul.
Choose one of the options below for more information on each one.
Please remember that tour prices are based on double occupancy. If you want your own room, there is a surcharge you will need to email us about.
By using the Paypal button beside each tour description, you will need to pay a 5% transaction fee. This 5% fee is added as a tax in the final price, but it's only the transaction fee: taxes are already included in the price of the tour.
Alternatively, if you have a Paypal account, we can send you an invoice to your email address, and with a few clicks you may complete the payment paying only a 2.5% fee.
You can use debit or credit cards. If you don't have a Paypal account, it takes just a minute to create one.
The main advantage of using this button is that it takes just a few clicks. The downside is that it's more expensive than other methods.
2. Transfer to a bank account or to a Visa card
A more recent option that is now offered by various banks is that of making a money transfer to a Visa card, with fees hovering around 10- 15 US$. Consult with your bank if that option is available to you, and we will send you the information that is required to complete the transfer.
For Canadians, an e-transfer to our TD Canada Trust account will be the simplest thing in the world, and with a mere 1.50 $ fee.
For non-Canadians, it should still be very simple, but with higher fees.
World Remit is a more recent, but secure and cheap medium for sending money abroad. They have very low transaction fees, but also lower limits for the amount you can send.
The transaction fee is only CA$ 3.99 - or US$ 15.99 if you are sending from the U.S.
You can use Debit, Credit, pre-paid cards or Interac.
World Remit offers two methods of payment:
1. Bank transfer
Accepted financial institutions in Canada: TD Canada Trust, BMO Bank of Montreal, and RBC Royal Bank.
Note that transactions over US$ 740 - or CA $1,000 - will require additional information: you will need to upload a government-issued photo ID such as your driver's licence, and a proof of address, such as an electricity bill.
2. Debit or credit card
Very straight-forward. The maximum amount you can send is CA$ 4,000, or US$ 3,000.