Coronavirus update

Last updated 11th October 2021:

Planning a future trip?

With borders re-opening at a fast pace, we're booking some amazing itineraries to travel in 2021 and 2022.  We provide all the flexibility and financial reassurance you need should worldwide events take over. For further details read our Travel Nation promise, COVID-19 testing guidelines and customer reviews.

Travel is getting easier and our consultants know all the latest global travel requirements, so we'll guide you through every aspect of planning your trip.  For 2021 trips our most popular open destinations include Antigua, AzoresBarbados, BrazilCanada, Costa RicaDubai, FijiFrench Polynesia, IcelandKenyaMaldivesMauritius, SeychellesSouth AfricaSri LankaSt Lucia & USA (ask us how!)   

As round the world travel returns, we anticipate most destinations reopening for fully vaccinated travellers in the year ahead.  For ultimate peace of mind, our trips from the UK are ATOL protected and we offer travel insurance with extensive Covid-19 cover included.

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Have an existing trip booked with us?

UK borders have re-opened for holidays in conjunction with the UK's travel and testing rules.  For anyone due to travel over the next few weeks, the Travel Nation team will be in contact to talk about your options.  If your trip is a few months away, please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have.  For peace of mind in the meantime please read our Travel Nation promise.

We follow all the latest Government advice and work closely with our local partners all around the world to monitor the latest developments.

Many of our staff continue to work from home during our normal working hours. Our Brighton office is also open. We're open Monday to Friday as normal 08:00 - 16:30 UK time.   

Further information

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office is the official place to check the latest Government travel advice: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

The World Health Organisation (WHO) publishes up-to-date developments and statistics about the Coronavirus: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

 

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