At any time, you can refuse to allow cookies by changing your choices and adjusting your browser settings. If you choose to disable cookies, this may mean that certain functions on the website will not work. We use as few cookies as possible on the website.
What is a cookie and what are they used for?
A cookie is a small text file that the website you visit stores on your mobile device or computer. All websites can send cookies to your browser if your browser settings allow it. Cookies are very common on the internet.
There are two types of cookies: permanent and temporary / session cookies.
Permanent cookies are stored as a file for a longer period in order to be able to adapt the website to your wishes, choices, and interests. They stay on your mobile device and computer until you manually choose to delete them. These are used, for example, when there is some new content since you last visited the website.
Session cookies are temporarily placed on your mobile device or computer when you visit the website. They disappear when you close the page and are therefore not saved permanently.
How to delete cookies
You can refuse to allow cookies by entering your browser's settings and deleting cookies from your hard drive. You can also set the browser to notify you when it receives a cookie, in order for you to get the opportunity to accept or reject the cookie. More information about this can be found on the About Cookies website.
If you choose not to allow cookies, it may mean that some of the functions on our website do not work in the same way as if you had accepted them.
How Explore Archipelago processes cookies
We are using as few cookies as we can on our site.
We use third-party cookies, for example Google Analytics, which is a statistics tool for evaluating user behavior. We do this to have the opportunity to optimize the user experience and keep statistics on the website. Cookies processed by third parties may involve the transfer of personal data to third countries. Such a transfer is protected by appropriate safeguards under the GDPR.
When does Explore Archipelago process personal data in connection with cookies?
At present, the only times we process personal data received via the website is if you contact us via e-mail, telephone or social media.
Examples of cookies that Explore Archipelago uses are:
Google Analytics is used as a web statistics tool to collect information about how visitors use our website. This data is used to better understand our visitors. Information is stored about the number of visitors to the website, where the visitor comes from, and which pages have been visited.
Google Tag manager
Google Tag manager is used as a web statistics tool for the purpose of storing information about the number of visits to the website, where the visitor comes from, and which pages have been visited. The information collected is anonymous.