Q1: Will a standard travel insurance policy offer winter sports cover such as; skiing, snowboarding, terrain parks? Answer: C Winter sports activities will not be covered under as part of a standard travel insurance policy; however, most companies will offer additional cover as an ‘add on’ or ‘policy extension’. A word of warning, even if […]
Brits heading off to European destinations this half term must make sure they meet the countries entry requirements before setting off.
Despite the UK government easing travel restrictions for fully vaccinated arrivals to the UK, popular half term holiday destinations are still implementing strict vaccinations rules for arrivals.
Fully vaccinated travellers arriving in the UK from 4am on 11th February 2022, will no longer be required to take a post-arrival PCR or lateral flow test.
Plan B measures are due to be scrapped in England – but the travel industry is yet to receive guidance on the testing regime for fully vaccinated arrivals in the UK.
Travel agents and tour operators are offering cheap package holidays departing in the next two weeks, as the industry waits to find out whether the testing regime for fully vaccinated arrivals in the UK will be eased this month.
Families planning a trip to France face conflicting advice when it comes to securing the necessary documentation to enter the country and access its venues.
Italy has tightened its domestic restrictions for both residents and tourists in an attempt to reduce the spread of coronavirus infections.
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As families prepare to book their annual getaway, many are finding that the number of destinations that allow children who are not fully vaccinated to enter is becoming limited.
With the recent introduction of tests for entry to the UK and many countries tightening their border restrictions, going on holiday in 2022 may not be as easy as we initially hoped.
Several European countries have banned UK travellers from visiting and others have introduced new travel rules for British arrivals as a result of rising Omicron cases in the UK.
On the 8th December 2021 at 6.00pm (GMT) Prime Minister, Boris Johnson approved plans to bring in further restrictions on daily life to avoid the spread of covid variant; Omicron.
Just when restrictions for international travel were beginning to ease, the government announced that as of 4.00am (GMT) on Tuesday 7th December 2021 all travellers over the age of 12 will need a negative PCR or lateral flow test to enter the UK.
The UK government has reintroduced the need for anyone arriving in the UK to take a PCR and self-isolate until a negative test result arrives. It has also extended the traffic light “red list” to apply to arrivals from 10 southern African nations. The new rules come as UK officials investigate whether the new Omicron variant, first detected in South Africa, poses a threat to British citizens.