The pandemic has thrown Brits’ holiday plans into chaos this year with changes in travel restrictions, quarantine rules and cancellations.
However, holidaymakers are starting to get hopeful for 2021 thanks to promising coronavirus vaccine, Covid-19 tests that mean you could cut quarantine time, firms looking to entice Brits back with tempting deals and countries where you don’t need to quarantine.
Of course the travel landscape looks a little different – so if you are looking to book a holiday, there are some key factors to consider when you start planning from travel advice and what insurance covers, to the type of holiday you book and a firm’s booking policy.
Ultimately, it’s a personal choice as to whether you want to book.
To give you a helping hand, we’ve flagged some of the top things to consider when looking to book a holiday in 2021…
1. Your chosen destination
There are three key questions to ask yourself when choosing where you want to go:
What is the FCDO travel advice? If the Foreign Office warns against non-essential travel to