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Assumption of Risk: Clearly state that participating in dangerous expeditions involves inherent risks and hazards that could lead to personal injury, illness, or property damage. Customers should acknowledge and accept these risks before engaging in the activities.

Participant Responsibilities: Specify the responsibilities and requirements of participants, such as providing accurate health information, following safety guidelines and instructions, using appropriate equipment, and maintaining adequate physical fitness for the expedition.

Age and Health Requirements: Clearly state any age or health restrictions for participating in the expeditions. Specify whether participants must provide a medical certificate or sign a medical waiver, if necessary.

Safety Measures: Describe the safety measures taken by your company to mitigate risks, such as employing trained and certified guides, using reliable equipment, conducting safety briefings, and following industry best practices.

Booking and Payment: Explain the booking process, including reservation requirements, payment terms, and cancellation policies. Specify any refund or rescheduling conditions in the event of unforeseen circumstances or force majeure.

Insurance: Recommend or require participants to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical expenses, emergency evacuation, and trip cancellation. Clearly state that your company is not liable for any uninsured losses or expenses incurred during the expedition.

Liability Waiver: Include a liability waiver clause that releases your company from liability for any injuries, damages, or losses sustained during the expedition, except in cases of gross negligence or willful misconduct.

Indemnification: State that participants agree to indemnify and hold your company, its employees, guides, and partners harmless from any claims, liabilities, or expenses arising from their participation in the expedition.

Changes and Cancellations: Outline your company's rights to modify or cancel an expedition due to factors such as weather conditions, safety concerns, or insufficient participant numbers. Describe the procedures for alternative arrangements, rescheduling, or refunds.

Jurisdiction and Governing Law: Specify the jurisdiction and governing law that will apply in case of any disputes or legal issues related to the terms and conditions.

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