The spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) causes concern for everyone.
During this unprecedented situation and we wish to assure you that the health and well being of our valued customers, our team and our many partners on all our Camino tours is our priority.
Travel in 2021
The outlook for travel is constantly changing. As your Camino team, we are here to support our customers and advise new customers throughout the process.
With so much changing at short notice, we can help plan and prepare for your special journey.
Our priority is to provide you with a wonderful and safe experience when you start on your Camino journey.
Looking at travel in 2021, we can see that restrictions are easing, and there are positive signs for travel opportunities ahead.
It makes sense to start making firm plans if you want to travel in 2021, as availability could become limited, and in some locations, hotels are already sold out.
Flexible Booking Terms and Conditions
We have amended our booking terms to give you flexibility and peace of mind.
No fees are charged if you need to change your dates or destination due to Coronavirus restrictions.
There are now positive signals for travel in 2021, and this has already led to increased demand.
If you book with us and find that Coronavirus interferes with your travel plans, ask us about rescheduling or changing your destination.
Maintaining our customers’ health and well-being, suppliers, partners, and our team is our highest priority.
Our risk assessment of destination and supplier covid protection measures is ongoing.
We are governed by the UK Government’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office directives and the Members Code of our professional body ABTA (Association of British Travel Agents).
We will continue to monitor the advice of FCDO, the WHO (World Health Organisation) and taking guidance from ABTA.
Resources for Travellers
Should you wish to discuss your upcoming travel plans, please email email@example.com or call us on +44 141 956 1569.
Our offices are currently closed in line with Scottish Government advice, but your Camino team monitors calls and emails as normal.