Vrbo Hurricane Dorian Advisory

AUSTIN, Texas - August 29, 2019 — Vrbo® reminds travelers who have yet to embark on their planned trip to locations in the areas that may be affected by Hurricane Dorian to contact the vacation rental owner or property manager to determine if traveling to the destination is safe or accessible, or to discuss rescheduling or refunding the stay. If already in an affected area, follow the recommendations of local authorities.


Travelers who have purchased travel insurance should contact the insurance company as soon as possible for any claims processing.


Vrbo vacation rental homeowners and property managers may contact Vrbo Customer Support to discuss their options for assistance if their home becomes unable to rent due to the storm. More information on hurricane resources can be found here: https://www.vrbo.com/discoveryhub/tips-and-resources/improve-performance/hurricane-season-support


To stay on top of weather alerts: National Weather Service.

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