We collect information you provide directly to us. For example, we collect information when you create an account, participate in any interactive features of the Services, fill out a form, participate in a contest or promotion, make a purchase, register for a tour, communicate with us via third-party social media sites, post on our forum, privately communicate messages between account holders, request customer support or otherwise communicate with us. The types of information we may collect include your name, email address, postal address, phone number, fax number, credit card information, passport number, certain medical information, the URL of contest submissions and any other information you choose to provide.
Information We Collect Automatically When You Use the Services When you access or use our Services, we automatically collect information about you, including:
We may also obtain information from other sources and combine that with information we collect through our Services.
We may use information about you for various purposes, including to:
We may also share aggregated or de-identified information, which cannot reasonably be used to identify you.
The Services may offer social sharing features and other integrated tools (such as the Facebook "Like" button), which let you share actions you take on our Services with other media, and vice versa. Your use of such features enables the sharing of information with your friends or the public, depending on the settings you establish with the entity that provides the social sharing feature. For more information about the purpose and scope of data collection and processing in connection with social sharing features, please visit the privacy policies of the entities that provide these features.
Celmar Travel and Tours is based in the United States and Ghana and the information we collect is governed by US and Ghanaian law. By accessing or using the Services or otherwise providing information to us, you consent to the processing, transfer and storage of information in and to the US, Ghana, and other countries, where you may not have the same rights and protections as you do under local law.