Health & safety in resort

Your well-being is our concern. Going on holiday is exciting - new surroundings, places and food. To help you have a great time, please read the

following information and ensure that the other members in your party are also informed.



Make sure your passport is valid for the duration of your trip and that you've filled in the emergency details page.

Make sure you have the right travel insurance, plus your free Global Health Insurance Card if you're travelling to Europe.

Learn about the laws, customs and entry requirements of the country you're visiting. Please visit

Check if it is safe to drink local tap water. If not, drink and brush your teeth with bottled water.


If you're going out, carry the address of your hotel and a taxi number provided by the hotel.

Keep your key safe and lock your door.

Please take note of the pool safety information. Be careful of slippery surfaces and keep a close eye on children. Not all pools will have a


Take note of beach information, flags and warning signs.

Make sure you're well protected against sun damage and dehydration.


Travel Aware - Preparing for safe and healthy travel abroad

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) provide the latest travel advice by country including safety and security, entry

requirements, travel warnings and health. For the latest FCDO advice please refer to

Current travel health information can be found by visiting TravelHealthPro is the website comprising the travel

health resources of the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC) set up by the Department of Health.

The advice can change on all sites so please check regularly for updates.