At Naturanda, we recognize that winning and retaining your trust is one of the most important things we do as a company. Protecting your privacy is a responsibility we take very seriously.
We collect two types of information on our website, by email and through our service providers and distribution partners. Personal information is information that personally identifies you, such as your name and mailing address. We also collect other non-personally identifiable information such as country of residence and other demographic information.
In order to purchase our products and services, it is necessary to disclose personal information, including your name, e-mail address, telephone number and credit card details and other personally identifiable information. If you do not provide personal information when purchasing one of our products or services, we cannot confirm your purchase or fulfill your reservation.
When you register at Naturanda, we ask for basic information, including your name and email address and other information, such as place of registration. If you connect to Naturanda by Facebook, we may also collect information that you have made available in Facebook’s privacy settings, including personal information, such as your email address and Facebook username. In addition to other information such as profile picture and friend lists and any other personal information, as you have made available.
When you access Naturanda our web server automatically recognizes and collects your IP address, which is assigned by your Internet service provider and does not identify you personally. To help us analyze the use of our websites and related services and to send you more relevant communications, we also collect and manage other information such as your reservations and inquiries on the website. For example, if you visit monumental Seville and Gibraltar often, we may send you special announcement notices, opportunities and popular products for these destinations. If you subscribe to email marketing communications, including newsletters and destination alerts, you must disclose personal information such as your name and email address and other information such as your country of origin.
We use your personal information in the following ways:
To provide you with requested information about our products.
To send more email marketing messages and information.
To fill your reservations.
To confirm your purchases.
To ensure that you have been properly charged.
To measure and track demographic data about our customers.
To direct content on our site that corresponds more to your interests.
To direct appropriate content and marketing messages by e-mail that best suits your interests.
We will provide you with choices regarding the use and disclosure of your personal information for marketing purposes.
If you connect to Naturanda using Facebook, we can display the analyses, photos and excursions that your Facebook friends have posted, saved or purchased on Naturanda. If you have Facebook friends who are using Naturanda, they can also share their information with us through Facebook. If you want to avoid sharing, check Facebook’s privacy settings.
We also share your personal information with contracted third parties that provide us with marketing services and data reports that are subject to a confidentiality obligation and other third party marketing partners.
We currently contract with several third party online partners to help manage and optimize our communications and business over the Internet. We use third party marketing services companies to help us measure the effectiveness of our visitors, advertising and how to use our website. To do so, we use visitor counters and cookies provided by those marketing companies in conjunction with our sites.
We may also use and disclose personal information, once we believe it is necessary or appropriate:
Under applicable laws, including laws outside your country of residence.
To comply with legal process.
To respond to requests from the public and/or government, including the public and/or government outside your country of residence.
To exercise our terms and conditions.
To protect our operations or those of our affiliates.
To protect your rights, privacy, security or property or those of our affiliates, your or others.
To enable us to seek available remedies or limit damages in our power.
We may use and disclose other information for any purpose. In some cases, we may combine the information with other personal data. If we combine other information with personal information, the combined information will be treated by us as personal information, provided that it has been combined in this way.
We can send you email marketing with information about opportunities, destinations and news of Naturanda products, as well as contests, programs and other special promotions that we think will be interesting or informative. We will provide you with choices regarding the use of your personal information for marketing purposes. If you are not interested in receiving future marketing email communications from Naturanda, there are several options to opt-out of receiving future emails:
You may cancel the assignment at any time by following the instructions and link included in each email marketing message we send you.
By registering as a member of Naturanda.com, you can click on “My Account” at the top of any page on our site and update your “Account Settings”.
You can send an email to [email protected] and request that the subscription be cancelled, including your name, email address and the word “unsubscribe” in the subject or body of the message.
If you make a reservation or purchase one of our sites, we may also send you information about new products or ask for your opinion on our web pages so that we can improve the service for you and other consumers.
Our products are available through our third party suppliers and distribution partners as well as our own operation.
Our distribution partners or suppliers may have different privacy policies.
Some suppliers or distribution partners may operate in countries or states do not have laws or regulations for the protection and custody of personal information. Naturanda seeks to take reasonable steps to convince all its suppliers and distribution partners to adopt and comply with privacy policies that are substantially similar to this one. However, please note that Naturanda is not in a position to force membership. Therefore, we will rely on you and our other customers to inform us if your privacy is not being adequately protected by our suppliers or distribution partners. Naturanda can look for and take the necessary steps (including breaking off your relationship with offensive suppliers or distribution partners) to help prevent future events.
At Naturanda, we seek to maintain the integrity and security of your personal information.
Approve industry-standard encryption protocols when receiving and transferring personal information. When you submit your personal information to us over the Internet we first request the establishment of a “secure session” via an SSL (Secure Socket Layer) connection.
We seek to store your personal information in secure operating environments that are not accessible to the general public and take security measures at our physical facilities to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of your personal information by our employees or third parties.
However, no data transmission over the Internet or data storage environment can be guaranteed to be 100% secure; therefore, we cannot offer an absolute guarantee that the information you provide will be secure at all times. Naturanda is not responsible for events arising from unauthorised access to your personal information. Naturanda will depend on you to inform us if there is any unusual event that may indicate a failure in the security of your information. Then we seek to investigate the breach of security was related to the transmission of data from or to Naturanda and we will inform you that measures can be taken and that have been put in place to help rectify the problem. Additional actions, such as reporting incidents to the police or other appropriate authorities, may be necessary.