Information for Travellers
Last updated: October 2022
This is a summary of where we believe the travel situation to be, right now. Please stay updated using the FCDO and Government official websites as information changes quickly. We cannot be held responsible for misinterpretation of the rules.
First, please remember it is a condition of our Booking Contract that you have travel/medical insurance for your holiday and that it is taken out at the time of booking. We would strongly advise that you take out travel insurance that offers additional Covid cover, to include cancellation. You may have specific needs so always check to see whether any insurance policy suits your individual needs, even the policies offered and endorsed by ourselves. Suggested Policy.
Travel to France
From February 12th, British citizens are permitted to travel to France and those of whom are fully vaccinated no longer need to present a negative test result before travel. Simply bring your proof of vaccination from the NHS App (printed copies are advised) and a valid passport, see below.
It is important that adults and children are fully vaccinated where possible, including a booster to travel. Follow this link to the FCDO website for full details of the vaccination programme.
Simply bring your proof of vaccination from the NHS App (printed copies are advised). For unvaccinated travellers, additional rules apply, follow this link to the FCDO website for full details..
Covid Pass - NHS app
It is important to download the NHS app before you travel. Follow this link to the NHS website to see full details of the app and how it is used. Follow this link to the FCDO website, and navigate to the 'Public spaces and services' section to ensure you meet the requirements to obtain a Covid Pass (Pass Sanitaire).
Check your passport validity
For travel to Europe, you must check there is enough time left on your passport. You need to have six months from the return date of your trip left on your passport, and it must be less than 10 years old. Visitors to the US and Canada must have an ETA or ESTA approved before travel.
For more travel guidance on travel abroad from England during coronavirus, follow this link to the FCDO website.
Travel to England
Fully vaccinated passengers and under 12’s will no longer need to take a pre-departure test before returning to England, or quarantine on arrival. But rules can change and so it’s a good idea to keep an eye on the links below
Follow this link if you are fully vaccinated
Follow this link if you are not fully vaccinated
Follow this link for information on travelling with children