Cookies allow websites to perform a variety of functions such as remembering that you have logged in, ensuring you have a stable and secure connection and much more. Most websites depend on cookies or other forms of tracking to deliver the best possible user experience, to understand how the site is being used in order to improve the experience of other visitors, and to deliver relevant content.Essential tracking
These cookies and tracking technologies make sure parts of a website work and that you can use the site effectively, such as ensuring site security or remembering information that you've typed into a form after you move to subsequent pages as part of a booking process.
If you restrict these cookies you may not be able to use some functionality on the site.
Site performance tracking
To measure the performance of the website and see how websites are used, we use these types of cookies and tracking technologies. We use these to improve how the website works and measure our marketing activity. If you restrict this tracking, we will, for example, find it more difficult to find any errors on the site and find it more difficult to develop a site that meets your needs.
User convenience tracking
This type of tracking allows websites to remember your choices - for example, that you prefer not to be asked to fill in a survey next time you visit the site) and provide enhanced, more personal features. They may also be used to provide services on the site such as remembering the itineraries that you save to your 'saved favourites' list, watching a video or seeing a map that is embedded on the site.
Advertising or Targeting tracking
We aim to improve the relevance of advertisements that you see and this type of tracking helps us to do that. It's also used to limit the number of times you see an ad as well as help measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaign. This type of tracking is placed by advertising networks working with us. When you opt out of advertising tracking, in some cases, a cookie needs to be stored on your device to save your opt-out preference.
What types of data do we use?
Depending on the tracking being used, different types of data might be stored and/or used. Most of our tracking uses anonymous data but some may include pseudonymous data like booking references. We use IP address to build anonymous information about general groups of users but we do not keep your IP address so it can never be used to link any information to you. If you are already logged into services such as Google or Facebook when you visit our site, they may link your visit on our site to the data that they have about you. We do not receive any such data. We do not track or store any personal data for third parties to access or use.
Controlling cookies and tracking
Browsers have different methods for controlling cookies and scripts. Please refer to your browser's information about how to control cookies.
We use a number of suppliers who set cookies, or host other forms of tracking technologies like scripts, on this website in order to deliver the services they are offering.
Some cookies and tracking technologies can be controlled by using methods provided by the suppliers of those cookies and tracking technologies or by using these methods: