What Are Cookies?
Cookies are little snippets of data which are stored by your web browser and by which websites use to identify their users. Cookies may be used to match a user's activity on site with their email address and they allow websites to recognize the device (computer, mobile or tablet) and browser that you are using.
By enabling cookies, websites can learn useful things about their users like which Internet browser they're on, whether they are a regular user of a website or how long users stay on their site.
There are some essential cookies which provide result when you are looking for a search. Certain cookies cannot be switched off in the cookie pop ups. But, they do not hold any personal data.
You can turn off these cookies, but the functionality of the website will be impacted.
Performance Enhancing Cookies
Some cookies are stored for a longer frame to provide a better result on your next visit.
We use certain cookies to identify users who signed up to our Newsletter, thus providing a more seamless experience.
Third Party Cookies
Some of the cookies on Travlock Private Limited are used by third parties. That means the cookies are associated with a domain that is separate to Travlock.com.
The majority of third-party cookies used by Travlock Private Limited relates to the advertisement and means that you'll be served adverts that are more relevant to you both on-site and off-site. No personal data is stored outside of your email address, just information about what you might like from what you've been clicking on. In practice this should mean that you only see adverts for things you might want, but if you're not happy with this you can always switch these cookies off.
We also recognize cookies from third-party social media applications like facebook and twitter to save you the hassle of signing in again.