Before you travel
We work with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to help British travellers stay safe overseas. Check the FCO website at http://www.fco.gov.uk/knowbeforeyougo for advice and the latest information about specific countries.>
Further information is available from:
a) Foreign and Commonwealth Office Travel Advice Unit (0870 606 0290);
b) ABTA information service 0901 201 5050 - calls charged at 50p/minute;
c) Latest Information section that may appear throughout the booking process on this website may also contain information for your chosen destination.
You should research all aspects of your destination including the weather as, for example, the hurricane season runs from 1 June to the 30 November every year and may affect American States (particularly Florida) and the Caribbean.
You can check advice and latest information on specific countries on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website http://www.fco.gov.uk/travel or by phone on 0845 850 2829.
Wherever you travel in the world there is a risk of being a victim of crime, as indeed there is at home. Take sensible precautions, especially when walking around at night and try to avoid carrying valuables.
Part of the enjoyment of travelling is experiencing a different culture/way of life, however this can expose you to different hygiene and safety standards than you are used to.
To visit some countries you may need certain inoculations. Please consult your GP before travel.
You can check advice and latest information on specific countries on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website www.fco.gov.uk/travel or by phone on 0845 850 2829.
For up to date health information, sources include the Department of Health’s Free leaflet Health Advice for travellers, your doctor, a specialist travel clinic or MASTA (Medical Advisory Services for Travellers Abroad) on 0208 994 9874.