Privacy policy

Below is the privacy policy for Unreal Vacation which explains the ways we collect data and what we do with it.

For your reference “visitors,” “you,”  “them,” or “customers” represent visitors of this site while “us,” or “our,” represent Unreal Vacation L.L.C.

In order to gain better insights about the visitors of our website we analyze web analytics which provides us important metrics such as number of unique visitors, average duration on site, and various demographics. Collecting and synthesizing this data allows us to provide you with more meaningful content.

Cookies:  A cookie in layman terms is a text file that stores information about a user such as their preferences or location. Many of the web’s most popular sites use cookies in order to augment the user experience; a good example of this is Amazon.com.

The web analytics program we use is Google Analytics which uses first and third party cookies. A first party cookie is set by the website itself, while a third party cookie is set by an external website. If visitors don’t want their visiting habits to be tracked by Google Analytics then you can consider installing the plug-in to opt out with the opt-out browser add-on: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

Subscriber Information: An important aspect of our digital marketing strategy is to collect the names and emails of visitors to our sites so that we can: inform them of company news or let them know about a new product or service. We don’t buy email lists and we only email those who have granted us permission to do so. You have the right to opt out of our mailings anytime for any given reason.

Computer security: Visitors should make sure that their device has the latest antivirus/spyware software installed to protect it from potential malware and malicious threats found on the internet. We have various social media channels and cannot monitor it every second, so make sure your computer is equipped with good AV software.