What are cookies?
A cookie is a small encrypted text file stored on your web browser from websites. They are widely used by online businesses to collect data to learn more about their visitors in general. Some of the data collected includes origins of web traffic, amount of visitors and a visitor’s operating systems and browser types.
To read a more detailed explanation of cookies, please visit www.aboutcookies.org
Learn more about the type of cookies we use below.
We use our own cookies to ensure that some of our website’s features properly function, for example currency conversions, package searches, date selections and bookings. Please note that disabling Nordic Visitor’s cookies may result in incorrect or incomplete bookings.
When visiting nordicvisitor.com, third parties may also place cookies on your browser for targeted advertising and analytical purposes.
We use remarketing tools from advertising platforms like Google Adwords and Microsoft Bing in order to tailor better messages to you as you browse the website. They also help us identify how our website is being used and how effective our sources of web traffic are.
Furthermore, we use analytical tools like Google Analytics to collect information on how, and from where, visitors navigate our website. This is done so that our website and product offerings are better adapted to our diverse clientele.
Please be assured that we do not collect or store your personal information (e.g. your name or address) and that cookies cannot be used to personally identify you.
To opt out of external adverting and analytical cookies, read below.
How to opt out of cookies
Below you can see which specific cookies we use, how they function and how you can find resources to opt out.
|Cookie provider||Further resources and opt-out information||Cookie name|
|Google Analytics & remarketing||Please read here for details about cookie opt-outs in google accounts. You can prevent your browsing from being tracked by installing this plug-in. You can also learn more about how Google uses analytics cookies and how it uses information from sites and apps that use Google services. Remarketing is a feature that allows advertisers to customise and display ads to people who have previously visited a certain website. Learn more at NAI consumer opt-out resources. Also, this is a guideline to opt out of Google personalised ads services.||_ga _gid _gat|
Follow this link for NAI consumer opt-out resources.
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This service enables us to provide a live messenger feature on the website.
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|Facebook Pixel||As well as Google marketing, Facebook Ads is an advertising service that collects relevant browsing behaviour so that it can provide tailored and targeted ads. Please read the Facebook data policy to learn more. Follow this link to change or update your advertising settings.||_fbp|
|Nordic Visitor||These cookies do not collect a visitor’s personal information and are necessary for certain site features. Please note that disabling or clearing Nordic Visitor’s cookies may result in incorrect functionality in some of our website's features.||MW MWAUD MWCAD MWCurrency MWDKK MWGBP MWISK MWNOK MWSEK MWUSD SESSION_* country_pop cookieconsent_status|
Clearing all cookies
Below are some guidelines you can use to clear your browsing history and all cookies from any site.
|Browser type||Resource information|
|Mozilla Firefox||More info|
|Safari on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch||More info|
|Safari on a Mac||More info|
|Google Chrome||More info|
|Microsoft Internet Explorer||More info|
|other browsers||Search for “clear cookies + [name of your browser]” for instructions on how to delete cookies.|
Please note that disabling or clearing Nordic Visitor’s cookies may result in incorrect functionality in some of our website's features. If you feel uncomfortable making a booking online, you may choose to place your order over the phone.
You can also use this website using your browser’s anonymous usage setting, for example:
- ‘Incognito’ for Chrome
- ‘InPrivate’ for Internet Explorer
- ‘Private Browsing’ for Firefox and Safari