Holiday Safety

Before you travel

We recommend that you have travel insurance to give you peace of mind and to protect you against things going wrong, such as medical emergencies, cancellation or curtailment for reasons beyond your control. Please see our Holiday Insurance Page for further information.   

It is important to check the latest advice for the country you’re travelling to, paying particular attention to the entry requirements Foreign travel advice for Cape Verde  Please be mindful that the information given is only for travel at the present time and is not necessarily applicable for later this year so do check it regularly.


At the airport

Every airport is different, so we suggest reading the advice from the UK airport you’re departing from. Here are some general tips to keep in mind before travelling.

  • Please download boarding passes prior to travel if possible. 
  • The checking of personal documentation might mean that check in, security checks and boarding the aircraft may take a considerable amount of time, so make sure you arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare.
  • Make use of the hand sanitisers located around the airport and wash your hands regularly. 
  • Some outlets may ask for card payments only.


Safety on holiday

The safety of our customers on holiday is our prime consideration. We request that all hotels comply with local regulations applicable in their country, but it’s important to be aware that they sometimes do not match the standards we have in the UK for health and safety. We’re committed to working with our partners to identity areas where safety can be improved. 


Where to go for more advice on safe travel  

Visit the Travel Aware website for information on how to prepare for safe and healthy travel.  

Read the ABTA health and safety pdf highlighting how to have a safe holiday in the sun. 

Remember, if you have any queries or concerns, you can give us a call. We're more than happy to help.