Whilst we look forward to some form of normality coming back into our lives and the vaccine brings hope and security both at home and abroad we must accept that travel will be a little different for the foreseeable future.
Entry restrictions and regulations have changed and will continue to change through 2021. Testing before and whilst in your destination will/may be a requirement. It is essential therefore that you keep in touch with us and keep updated with the guidance from the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office - www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice
Having adequate travel insurance will be equally important. The entry requirement from some destinations now states that this insurance must include full medical coverage, including Covid-19 related medical care, for the duration of your stay. We would highly recommend (remember it is a requirement in some destinations) that Covid-19 related cover is included in any insurance you take out for travel in 2021.
New protocols and procedures will be in place at your destination and in your resort to ensure that guests and staff alike are kept as safe as possible. Service in restaurants and choice may change, and there may be restrictions in place in busy common areas. All changes in operation will, however, be made with your best interest in mind.
Whilst we have no guarantee what travel might look like in 2021 we do guarantee that for any booking made before 28 February 2021 the following: if you need to make a change to your holiday, we won’t charge any Beachcomber Tours amendment fees. Plus if UK government guidelines advise against travelling to your destination, we’ll work with you to either organise new dates or refund in full what portion of the holiday we can.
After such a difficult 2020, we all need something to look forward to, and we’d love to help you plan your perfect luxury escape.
Have a look at what the Beachcomber Hotels in Mauritius have in place for when they open up to guests: www.beachcombertours.uk/blog/beachcomber-hotels/