Agree. We see 2021 as a write offI suspect any plans for 2021 are a little premature. The Covid disaster may well take up most of the year and the 'new normal' will likely reach different countries, and even different counties in the UK, at different times.
Not looked into it but I thought all holiday companies were offering money back guarantees if cancellation is Covid related.Lots of ideas for big holiday this year, getting older and available years lessening. But the big problem, as well as the obvious, is the lack of cover from travel insurance policies. Their Covid/cancellation cover is so bad that the larger travel agencies have had to add their own cancellation deals in order to get bookings. Booking in advance gives great advantages, but often that deposit is at risk. Then once you have paid the balance, you are in deep trouble if things go wrong. So we have decided to leave it until the last minute before booking, risking availability issues, but lessening the risk of monetary loss. We have a permanent policy with Axa through Lloyds bank, but they bailed out of Covid cover at the beginning. God forbid that an insurance company should actually have to pay out on a policy.
They are but perhaps only if your holiday gets cancelled by them.Not looked into it but I thought all holiday companies were offering money back guarantees if cancellation is Covid related.
I am 73 so understand your comments.
We have decided that, regardless of the vaccine, this years holiday will be at Aregate.
Also watch the insurance companies max cancellation payment, for an expensive holidays it’s not enough. There are standalone top up policies out there.They are but perhaps only if your holiday gets cancelled by them.
Not insurers though if you get sick and cancel or get Covid on holiday and need treatment for example