Saga has recently announced that anyone going on a Saga holiday or cruise in 2021 must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
We urge anyone considering a future trip to make sure they book with a holiday provider that offers a full refund or has flexible terms and conditions, should the trip not go ahead.
On January 8, 2021, the UK government announced a toughening of border restrictions and introduced a new entry requirement for travellers arriving in the UK.
On Saturday, December 19, Boris Johnson placed a number of regions in the South-east under Tier 4 restrictions, meaning they are no longer able to travel out of their region or abroad. On the back of this, several countries have banned UK residents from entering their country over fears of spreading the new strain of the virus.
If you’re planning to escape the UK for some winter sun this Christmas, you should probably read this first!
On January 31, 2020, the UK left the European Union (EU) and entered an 11-month negotiation period, known as the ‘transition period’. During these months, all existing agreements remained in place while government officials work with EU members to negotiate agreements on travel, trade, and the regulation of medicine ahead of when transition period ends on December 31, 2020.
Those keen to travel abroad this winter will be able to after December 2, regardless of what tier restrictions they’re placed under.
As more countries require visitors to arrive with Covid-19 test results, Gatwick Airport has introduced a new PCR testing scheme. However, is this all too little too late?
Those desperate to get away somewhere tropical this winter will be delighted to know that Virgin Atlantic Holidays has launched a new scheme that guarantees tourists a Caribbean holiday – without the requirement of quarantining upon their return home. Countries currently included in the ‘Escape Pass’ offer include Barbados, Antigua, Grenada, and Tobago, and there […]