Travel Insurance For UK-only Cruises


As more tour operators introduce cruises around the UK, some travel insurance providers have started offering cover for UK-only cruise holidays.

Heathrow Warns of Trip Disruption Ahead of Ease in Travel Restrictions

Senior Executives at Heathrow have warned that airports may not be able to cope with queues at border control ahead of the ease in travel restrictions.

Brits Booking Holidays Must Protect Trips As Soon As They Book!

We remind anyone who is booking a holiday in the near future to make sure they protect their trip to prevent any financial loss.

Government Reveals Plans For Foreign Travel

The Global Travel Taskforce has released its initial report on how international travel can resume from May 17, detailing plans for a “traffic light” system that will be rolled out in the coming weeks.

Government Travel Update Leaves Brits Confused

The UK government has left Brits feeling confused over the likelihood of international travel resuming from May 17.


5 holiday scams and how to avoid them

Summer is upon us; despite the dismal weather we appear to have been graced with recently. With the UK expecting yet more rainfall over the next few days…


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Additional COVID-19 Protection Available to Holidaymakers

Some travel insurers have started offering additional forms of Covid-19 protection in a bid to put the public’s mind at ease.

Category: International Travel
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Brits Spend More on Future Holidays

Brits are spending more money on holidays. Therefore, it is important they protect their trips with cancellation cover that matches the cost of their holiday!

Category: International Travel

What Is The Likelihood of A Summer Holiday Abroad This Year?

As some popular European holiday destinations, such as Italy and France, currently experience a third wave of Covid-19 infections, thoughts have turned to the likelihood of a holiday abroad this summer.

Category: International Travel
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Government Introduces New Travel Law

Travellers who leave the UK without a valid reason will face a fine of up to £5,000, starting from 29 March until 30 June.

Category: International Travel, UK Travel
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Will the Heathrow Worker Strike Affect Our Much-Longed Foreign Holiday?

Employees at Heathrow Airport have threatened to strike for 23 days, starting from Good Friday (2 April) until April 25.

Category: UK Travel
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Covid-19 Vaccine Mandatory for Cruise Holidays

Two major cruise providers have announced that travellers will be required to prove that they have received both doses of the coronavirus vaccine to board the ship.

Category: International Travel

Transport Secretary to Remove Portugal from “Red List”

Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, is set to remove Portugal from the UK’s “red list”.

Category: International Travel

France Relaxes Entry Requirements for Brits

Tourists arriving from Australia, South Korea, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Britain, and Singapore will now no longer have to provide a ‘compelling reason’ to enter France.

Category: International Travel
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Holidays To Greece And Cyprus Surge

Holiday bookings surge, but will the Global Travel Taskforce recommend they go ahead?

Category: International Travel


Holidays To Greece And Cyprus Surge

Holiday bookings surge, but will the Global Travel Taskforce recommend they go ahead?

Category: International Travel

Will Domestic Cruises Restart On 17 May?

A government source has revealed that UK cruise lines will be able to restart domestic sailing from 17 May.

Category: UK Travel

Cyprus Welcomes British Holidaymakers

The deputy Tourism Minister of Cyprus recently announced that the island will allow British tourists to enjoy a quarantine-free holiday in Cyprus from 1st May.

Category: International Travel

Budget Announcement Leaves Travel Industry Deflated

There have been mixed emotions from the travel industry following the UK government’s recent Budget announcement.

Category: UK Travel

‘Digital Green’ Vaccine Pass Details to Be Announced This Month

The European Commission has announced that details of the proposed vaccine passport, officially known as the ‘Digital Green Pass’ will be outlined later this month.

Category: International Travel


Parents advised children must have MMR injection before travelling to Europe

Following an outbreak of measles in Europe, parents are being advised by Public Health England to ensure children are up to date with their MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccination before travelling.