If you currently have a booking with us and are now affected by the recent changes to the FCO advice, we are actively contacting our customers by order of departure date to advise correctly and issue refunds where applicable.
Please do not be concerned if you do not hear from us immediately, we will be in touch as soon as we possibly can to assist you. We would really appreciate it if you could please work with us and avoid calling our call centre at this very busy time to allow us to assist our with most imminent departures.
Although similar in many ways, Caribbean islands differ in character, topography and charm; some are bustling whilst others are remote and quiet, they are however all laidback, so.island hopping in the Caribbean is a great idea, and can be done in a variety of ways. Flights with domestic islands is likely the most efficient, although boats and plush private helicopters are also an option, providing visitors with a chance to spot the islands' rich marine life, or picturesque landscape from above. Alternatively, add a Caribbean island onto your American adventure; we offer exclusive multi-centre offers that start in the magical metropolis of New York, a concrete jungle of inspiring skyscrapers, followed by a real tropical jungle of sandy beaches and warm blue waters.
TRAVEL AWARE – PREPARING FOR SAFE AND HEALTHY TRAVEL ABROAD
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) provide the latest travel advice by country including safety and security, entry requirements, travel warnings and health. For the latest FCO advice
please refer to www.gov.uk/travelaware
Current travel health information can be found by visiting www.travelhealthpro.org.uk
a resource set up by the Department of Health. The advice can change on all sites so please check regularly for updates.