COVID-19 - the roadmap - update from Fiona
It's good to know we have a roadmap to work to and a vaccine programme ahead of target.
We now eagerly await the lifting of international travel restrictions as early as mid May.
Keep an eye on this link for more details of which countries you can return from without the need to self- isolate: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors
In the meantime, rest assured we are here for you. Use the coming weeks to plan your next holiday and contact us for friendly advice, holiday ideas or firm quotations on 2021 bookings and beyond. Many overseas partners have already geared up for travel in 2022 and 2023 and we expect to demand to suddenly take off, so it’s never too early to plan.
With our COVID-19 FLEXIBLE BOOKING POLICY you can be confident in making a booking, safe in the knowledge that in the event of further restrictions, we will be poised to rebook or refund your holiday arrangements as the situation allows.
THE FAR FRONTIERS TRAVEL/ARCTURUS COVID-19 FLEXIBLE BOOKING POLICY
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic Far Frontiers Travel/Arcturus will aim to make the booking process as flexible and confidence inspiring as possible and where special conditions apply will adopt the flexible booking policies of all our overseas suppliers.
In addition, we offer our own layer of flexibility where your travel plans may be affected by any future COVID-19 outbreak and I will personally work with you to achieve the best outcome:
a) Should the UK Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) change its guidance to advise against all but essential travel to the destination you are booked to visit, you have the option to postpone your holiday, rebook to a different destination or receive a refund.
b) Should your booking be impacted by COVID-19 in any other way, you have the option to change the destination of your existing trip or if this is not possible to postpone your trip to the next possible departure date. This will be done without us imposing additional charges. However, if applicable, you would be required to cover any difference in cost for the new trip.