Last updated 29th July 2020:
We're now busy again taking enquiries for future trips, providing all the flexibility you need should worldwide events take over.
As borders begin to open and restrictions start to ease, you can trust you're in safe hands. We're still the experts at creating extraordinary trips of a lifetime and our passion for faraway travel is as strong as ever. We're just handcrafting our trips a little differently.
As always, your safety and well-being is at the heart of everything we do.
For financial peace of mind our trips are ATOL protected. We comply fully with all associated UK/EU regulation and ABTA guidance for consumer protection.
The UK Government Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) travel advice is under constant review. As restrictions around the world start to ease, from 4th July a selection of destinations are now exempt from FCO advice against 'all but essential' travel. This list of countries have been assessed as no longer presenting an unnacceptably high risk to British people travelling abroad, though travel to many destinations remains subject to entry restrictions. In addition, a further list of 'travel corridors' has been announced, with no self-isolation requirement on return to England.
If your trip is due to depart soon we'll be in touch to advise on the latest rebooking or refund options. Or if your trip is a few months away, please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have.
We follow all the latest Government advice and work closely with our local partners all around the world to monitor the latest developments.
Our Brighton office will reopen soon, for now our staff continue to work from home during our normal working hours.
Monday to Friday we're open 08:00 - 18:00 UK time
The Foreign and Commonwealth 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
If you are currently overseas, we advise you to also contact your nearest British embassy, consulate or high commission to make yourselves known as soon as possible.