General Travel Advice and Information
For general guidance and advice on a variety of travel issues including passports, visas and insurances, please visit: travelaware.campaign.gov.uk/
Passports & Visas
In addition to your home country in the UK, each country you may travel to has its own visa and passport requirements for entry and exit, some of which are complex and subject to change at short notice. You should always confirm you have the correct travel documents and that they are valid for at least 6 months after your travel is complete. Use official sources, such as the government website for a specific country. Leave plenty of time to obtain the necessary documents prior to travel. Some of our suppliers offer visa and passport expediting service, so please ask us if you need further info. UK residents may find important visa and passport information here.
Travel to certain countries may present health risks or special health considerations. Travellers should seek advice on recommended vaccinations and precautions from a health professional, ideally at least 8 weeks before departure. Further travel health advice can be found here: https://travelhealthpro.org.uk/countries and www.fitfortravel.scot.nhs.uk
Foreign Travel Advisories
Travel to certain countries may present special risks related to safety, political unrest, local law or other issues. Travellers should always check advice issued by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.
We strongly recommend you have travel insurance to protect against cancellation fees and penalties, weather events and trip interruption, and the cost of medical assistance, repatriation or other logistics in the event of accident, illness or death. Insurance coverages vary.