The booking cancellation policy and options will depend on the specific terms and conditions set by the service provider, such as the hotel, tour operator, or rental company. It is important to carefully review these terms and conditions before making a booking.

Some common cancellation policies include:

  1. Free cancellation: The booking can be cancelled without any charge up to a certain deadline before the check-in or start date.
  2. Non-refundable: The booking cannot be cancelled and no refund will be given if the customer decides to cancel or doesn’t show up.
  3. Partial refund: A percentage of the booking cost will be refunded if the booking is cancelled within a certain deadline.
  4. Flexible cancellation: The service provider offers some flexibility in the cancellation policy, such as the ability to change the booking dates or apply the booking amount as a credit for future bookings.

It’s important to note that some service providers may offer different cancellation policies for different types of bookings, such as non-refundable rates or special offers. Therefore, it’s essential to review the terms and conditions carefully before making a reservation and to contact the service provider directly to clarify any doubts or questions regarding the cancellation policy.