- Travel Advice - Summer 2021
We are continuously working to stay up to date with announcements that may affect your ability to travel on holiday.
With a lot of differing information available at any time, and regulations changing and forecast to change at short notice it is hard to navigate the latest information and stay up to date.
We have created a list of all the official and reliable resources to keep you informed and travel-ready. Read on for full information on your travel destination.
Please note this information is subject to change at short notice, and it is important to refer to these resources and any other sources particular to your situation on a regular basis and close to the time of your departure to ensure you are aware of the latest information. Please note that this is not a complete list of all available advice and it is the guests' responsibility to ensure they seek the relevant travel advice to guide their individual situation.
Destination Specific Advice
Navigate to the links below to find your destination. This will have the most up-to-date info we have to hand to aid you before, during and after your trip.
If you have any questions about the information contained here, please do get in touch and we will do our best to clarify anything.
We are following these same resources so will not have any newer or additional information but we will do our best to help you understand how these regulations may affect you.
Where possible we will assist guests with any testing requirements before their return home. The links above should contain full information on what your home country’s testing requirements are prior to your return.
Your airline will also be able to provide further and helpful info regarding testing requirements to and from your destination closer to the time of departure.
Lateral flow / Rapid antigen tests are easy and cost-effective to source in all destinations we operate in, but you are also able to bring your own from your home country where they may be available free of charge.
If there are any changes to your trip, we do recommend making sure you check the level of cover you hold with your travel insurance. Most providers do now offer covid related cancellation cover.