LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE

Updated: 14th February


ENGLAND DROPS DAY 8 COVID ARRIVAL TESTS

People arriving in England will no longer have to take Covid tests if they are fully vaccinated. The changes took effect on the 11th February. The rules for unvaccinated travellers have also been eased - they will no longer have to take a day 8 test, however, they will still need pre-departure and day two tests.

Everyone arriving in England, regardless of vaccination status, will need to fill in a UK Passenger Locator Form 48 hours before travelling home.

These changes apply to England only.


FRANCE

Testing is no longer required for adults and children. Fully vaccinated adults and children under 18 (vaccinated or unvaccinated) travelling with a vaccinated adult are allowed to enter. Proof of full vaccination (double jabbed) via the NHS App will be accepted. Anyone aged 18yrs and over who’s had their full vaccine course over 270 days ago must have had their booster to enter - if they have not had a booster they are treated as unvaccinated. 

Non vaccinated adults can enter for essential reasons only and have to self isolate for 10 days. Proof of recovery is not accepted.

Before travelling to France you will need to complete the Passenger Arrival Form  and the Sworn Statement.


NETHERLANDS

UK travellers who have received their booster vaccination at least 7 days before entry into the Netherlands will be exempt from their mandatory 10 day quarantine:

  • Adults and Children 12 - 17
    If you are fully vaccinated, you will still need to take a test - a negative PCR test result 48 hours before entry OR a negative antigen test 24 hours before entry, is required. Proof of vaccination is only valid for 270 days, to extend this you need a booster to be considered fully vaccinated. Booster vaccines must be given at least 7 days before entry. Note: to avoid the 10 days quarantine on arrival there’s still the requirement to have had a booster if you’re 13 years or older.
  • Children under 12 years
    Children are exempt from quarantine and tests.


SPAIN

Children aged 12-17 years no longer need to be fully vaccinated to enter Spain. But they will need to show a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before arrival.

Adults are required to be fully vaccinated. Vaccination proof must be shown using the UK NHS App - the final dose must have happened within 270 days of travel, if more than 270 days you need proof of having received a booster jab. 


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We're now busy getting ready for season 2022 and can't wait to see you on our parcs again soon!

Even though we don’t have customers on holiday at the moment, we’re still keeping ourselves up to date with the latest travel advice, so if you have questions please get in touch with our fully briefed team of experts:

Our advisors are available Monday – Friday between 9am-9pm, Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm. You can reach us by:

  1. Telephone: 01606 787125.
  2. Live Chat 
  3. Email: customerservices@eurocamp.co.uk.
  4. Or you can arrange a call back.

Alternatively, for the latest advice on destination entry requirements please head to www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice and select your destination country and to understand what you need to do to return to the UK after your holiday please head to www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-to-england-from-another-country-during-coronavirus-covid-19.