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Covid-19: Advice For Customers

As you are no doubt aware COVID-19 continues to have a significant impact on all our lives, including the ability to travel freely.

Whilst restrictions are gradually being lifted in the UK and many countries are now ready to welcome tourists, others are not so fortunate and are still dealing with the worst of the pandemic.

With customer safety and wellbeing our number one priority, it goes without saying that we monitor and follow FCO advice, and we will not operate tours in countries where the advice is against all non-essential travel.

We continue to monitor the situation carefully and although we are operating with reduced staff, due to most being on furlough, we do still have tour guides and staff members available to discuss any queries that you may have or future travel plans that you may be considering.

We are currently making decisions about the operation of our tours on a country by country basis, depending on departure date and the latest UK and destination government advice and guidelines.  Please be assured you will not lose any money paid to us. Instead we will apply all payments received against the same tours advertised for  2022 and 2023.

We will of course continue to carefully monitor the situation and abide by the travel advice set by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).  We look forward to getting back to running our new and well-established tours, just as soon as it’s safe, practical and advisable to do so.

We have provided below some useful links you can use to keep yourself updated with the latest information regarding COVID-19:

And of course, we are here to discuss any concerns you may have on 01463 417707 or by email at office@redspokes.co.uk

Our thoughts are with all of our amazing network of local agents, partners and tour leaders overseas during this extremely difficult time, as well as with you, our wonderful customers.

Thank you for the lovely gestures and words of support we have received as well as for your continued patience and understanding during this time.  

Dermot MacWard
Managing Director