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Covid-19 Travel Update

FCDO travel advice:   Possible travel destinations are updated on the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) advice pages. These include UK and destination country regulations regarding testing and quarantine. This advice is being closely monitored by us so wherever you live in the UK and whichever destination you plan to visit we can advise you of your travel options.      

FCDO travel advice 

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New Bookings

We continue to work closely with our local agents as well as with accommodation and transport suppliers to ensure they meet our minimum requirements for increased hygiene, safety and social distancing measures. We will only book customers to travel where these minimum standards have been approved by the local authorities. 

Our team of travel experts will be happy to talk to you about travel options and are being kept fully updated on which destinations are open and safe for travel.

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At a time when how we travel is a major issue we’ll help you feel safe and secure. Our flexibility promise lets you book in complete confidence, you will be able to travel with our assurance that we’re here to support you.




To facilitate smooth entry to Croatia it is recommended that you apply on this link – Croatia Entry Form

This form is available in several languages. Once you complete the form, feedback will be sent to your e-mail address. When entering Croatia your passport will be scanned and the process will take much less time. Without this form submitted in advance it will take more time at the border crossing, queuing in a separate lane.


  • All Amathus Travel staff (guides and drivers) will be informed and trained on the new procedures and will be advised to keep the highest hygiene standards and social distancing during interaction with guests. They will be advised to wear masks and gloves and to use hand sanitizers on a regular basis.
  • Every day before starting their shift, they will need to measure their body temperature and if they have any respiratory problems, they will be instructed to consult their doctor.
  • Drivers are always recommended to wear face masks and to disinfect hands after handling luggage.
  • Documents should be checked without physical contact whenever possible.
  • Disinfectant needs to be prominently displayed at all times to disinfect hands, for staff and for guests if required.
  • Operational staff will emphasise the necessity of mutual distance and responsible behaviour as well as providing information on the current epidemiological situation in the country and the rules of self-protection prescribed by the Croatian Institute of Public Health


Disinfecting surfaces is one of the key ways to minimize the spread of viruses. Guests should have their own face masks and disinfectant gel; guests should regularly wash their hands with soap and warm water or use an alcohol based disinfectant, or other agent which is safe for skin and has virucide properties according to the manufacturer’s instructions. These recommendations are very important and will be repeated to guests frequently.


At the start of all guided tours and excursions, guests should be reminded to maintain physical distance (NB. people already travelling together do not necessarily have to). This will be done calmly but divergence from this advice will not be tolerated and guests failing to keep other guests safe will be asked to leave the excursion immediately.


At all hotel entrances there are disinfecting solution dispensers and guests must disinfect their hands when entering hotel. Reception areas are being disinfected on regular basis. Hotel staff will provide all necessary information about hotel’s policy concerning preventive measures and other services guests might require. All rooms and bathrooms are being cleaned and disinfected thoroughly after guests’ departure.


  • The agency will request guest contacts in case contact tracing will be needs-locating people who have been in contact with an infected person. The obtained contacts will be used exclusively for the purpose of preventing the spread of the infection, with privacy and data protection measures provided.
  • It is recommended to measure your temperature before going on the excursion or transfer.
  • In case guests or their family members develop symptoms that indicate the possibility of infection, they are obliged to cancel the excursion or transfer before departure. In case those guests or their family members develop symptoms suggestive of infection during the program, they are obliged to notify the driver or tour leader without delay, who will follow the protocol provided for such situations.


Morocco Covid-19 safety measures...this is what you need to know! 

Morocco reopened to visitors from September 2020. Travelers entering Morocco must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 (PCR) test issued 72 hours before their departure and complete a passenger health form online to be presented on arrival. Over the past year, Morocco has taken several measures to curb the spread of the disease and contain the virus, a nationwide State of Emergency was first ordered in March 2020. The mandatory wearing of masks in public spaces, including on public transportation, is still in place. Travel to and from cities is not allowed without permits. 

What are the travel restrictions still in place in Morocco? 

Foreign nationals of visa-exempt countries (except travelers from Australia, Brazil, United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand & South Africa) with reservations with Moroccan hotels or travel agencies and businesspersons invited by Moroccan companies, can enter Morocco and depart without being instructed to quarantine upon arrival. It is to note that the Moroccan government does not require those departing from the country to submit PCR test results.

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