Top tips for safer travel this summer
Lithuania We know that travel might never be the same again, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be enjoyable!
We’ve put together our top tips to help you travel safe this summer – without forfeiting on fun…. regardless of whether you’re staycationing or vacationing.
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Sant'Antonio Abate Remember to plan your journey before you set off as well as your rest stops. Travelling during quieter periods will also help reduce the number of people you encounter. And don’t forget to sanitise food and drink that you buy at service stations before eating!
In a recent report from ABTA, they found that nearly two-fifths of Brits travel without insurance – and given current climes it would be foolish to travel without robust insurance in place.
To make sure you’re fully covered get your insurance at the same time as you BOOK your holiday, not just for your holiday dates.
(and don’t forget to pay for your holiday on your credit card to benefit from Section 75 of the Credit Card Protection act.)
Travel on non-peak days
If you’re travelling as a couple or with younger children, travelling before the main school holiday is a great way to enjoy all the attractions of a destination without the crowds.
Of course, travelling with school-aged children is slightly more difficult, but when you’re heading away this summer, try and travel on non-peak days.
Avoid the first and last weekend of the holidays, as well as bank holiday weekends…and don’t forget in France, they LOVE a Saints day!
Many attractions are requiring pre-booking.
To avoid disappointment don’t forget to pre-book the attractions as soon as you book your holiday – and remember to take your booking confirmation!
Face masks and hand sanitiser
We know remembering to wear a face mask and sanitising hands ALL the time can be a bit…well, you know!
But it’s set to be part of our life for the foreseeable.
If you’re a fan of reusable masks, remember to pack enough so that you have plenty to hand when others are being washed.
Hand sanitiser and wipes are a must, especially if you’re buying food and drink from service stations.
Ready to book your holiday? We even have free cancellation up to 7 days before your arrival.