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In order to obtain optimal operation of our website we use cookies. Cookies are automatic procedures for collecting data about web browsing in order to recognize the user as a recurring visitor and personalize their experience. Among others, data such as the user’s navigation language, country, login, browser features, or even information about the date and time of the last visit, traffic parameters within the website are obtained and the number of visits.

Virtually all web pages use cookies since many of them are essential for the proper functioning of different services and utilities, such as for example the purchase or registration services or the connection to social networks.

In the event that a medium or low security configuration is used that allows the automatic installation of cookies when browsing our website, we will consider tacitly consent to its installation.
AQUARIS TOURS, through the website uses the following cookies:

– Brand is a technical cookie used for the proper functioning of the website. Its duration ends at the end of the browsing session. Own cookie

– Info_localizacion is a cookie used to customize user preferences. It lasts for fifteen days. Own cookie

– Olt_pref is a cookie used to customize user preferences. It lasts for forty-five days. Own cookie

– qtrans_front_language is a personalization cookie used to indicate the language selected by the user. It lasts for one year. Own cookie

– PHPSESSID is a cookie used to maintain user session variables. Its duration ends at the end of the browsing session. Own cookie

– SSLB is a technical cookie used for the proper functioning of the website. Its duration ends at the end of the browsing session. Own cookie

– Cosmos is an analytical cookie used to classify users according to the information obtained. It lasts for forty-five days. Own cookie

– _ga is a cookie used to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated number as a customer identifier. It lasts for two years. Third party cookie

– _gid is a cookie used to store and update a unique value for each page visited. It lasts for one day. Third party cookie

How to disable cookies?

Since our desire is that you have an optimal navigation through the site, cookies are automatically activated when you enter it. However, if you want to deactivate them (or re-activate them), you have to do it yourself through your browser. On the other hand, if your browser is already set to not accept cookies by default, our site may not work properly. Below, we provide information about how to activate and deactivate cookies in the main web browsers:

• If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the menu option Tools> Internet Options> Privacy> C

– _gat is a cookie used to differentiate between the different tracking objects created in the session. The cookie is created when the javascript library is loaded. The cookie is updated every time. It lasts one minute. Third party cookie

– __cfduid is a cookie used to accelerate the loading times of the website. It lasts for a month. Third party cookie

– 1P_JAR is a cookie used to collect information about how the user uses the website. It lasts for a month. Third party cookie

– ANID is a cookie used for advertising purposes. It lasts thirteen months. Third party cookie

– CONSENT is a cookie used for advertising purposes. It lasts for nineteen years. Third party cookie

– NID is a cookie used for advertising purposes. It lasts for six months. Third party cookie

– DV is a cookie used by Google to extract anonymous information about browsing. It lasts ten minutes. Third party cookie

– _abck. Indeterminate cookie It lasts for one year. Third party cookie

– bm_sz is a cookie used to identify the user’s session and its duration. It lasts four hours. Third party cookie

– ak_bmsc is a cookie used to optimize website traffic. It lasts two hours. Third party cookie

– _AVESTA_ENVIRONMENT is a cookie used when the user subscribes to the website newsletter. Its duration ends at the end of the browsing session. Cookie from third parties.

– MCPopupClosed is a cookie used to indicate that the pop-up window of the MailChimp newsletter has been discarded. It lasts for one year. Third party cookie

How to disable cookies?

Since our desire is that you have an optimal navigation through the site, cookies are automatically activated when you enter it. However, if you want to deactivate them (or re-activate them), you have to do it yourself through your browser. On the other hand, if your browser is already set to not accept cookies by default, our site may not work properly. Below, we provide information about how to activate and deactivate cookies in the main web browsers:

• If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the menu option Tools> Internet Options> Privacy> Settings.
• If you use Firefox, in the menu option Tools> Options> Privacy> Cookies.
• If you use Google Chrome, in the menu option Settings> Privacy
• If you use Safari, in the menu option Preferences> Security
In the event that your browser is not listed above, in the “Help” section of the browser you will find the necessary instructions to modify the settings.
You should keep in mind that blocking cookies or limiting their installation could cause some of the website’s features to not work or may be more complicated or slow to access.
An alternative to blocking cookies would be the activation of the private mode of your browser. This mode allows you to navigate through the pages, but these will not be recorded in the browser’s history, in the cookie store or in the search history once the user has closed all incognito tabs. Below, we provide several explanatory links on how to activate incognito mode in the main browsers:
– Internet Explorer: InPrivate

– FireFox: Private Browsing

– Google Chrome: Incognito

– Safari: Private Browsing

– Opera: Private Navigation

For more information, AQUARIS TOURS recommends reading the help section of the browser.

Thank you very much and enjoy browsing!