Covid-19 continues to disrupt daily life and has devastated the travel and tourism industry. Notwithstanding the development and rollout of vaccines worldwide, recovery is going to take some time and we are going to have to continue making adjustments to take account of the developing situation. It is clear that there is no possibility of an early recovery in international tourism and so we have decided to cancel all tours that were scheduled to start before August 31st.
All guests on these tours have been offered the option to either
We intend to resume touring as soon as we are advised it is safe to do so but will continue to monitor the situation and will keep customers on later tours informed of any change to the status of their tours.
You can check our 2022 Tour Schedule here.
Ireland will participate in the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC) system from July 19th. This details vaccination/immunity requirements for internal travel for EU citizens.
No specific guidance has yet been published regarding vaccination requirements for non-EU visitors to Ireland when tourism resumes. However, please be advised it does appear that visitors may be required to prove that they have been vaccinated before arrival, even if they have already had COVID-19. Vaccination status checks may well take place before boarding your flight. We have no guidance yet as to what might be acceptable as valid proof of vaccination or immunity.
Tours that we cancel
For any tours that we may cancel in 2021 we will give you the option of either:
For all other 2021 tours our Standard Cancellation Policy applies. However, we will not invoice you for any further payments unless and until we are sure that your tour can go ahead. Furthermore, we will make a decision whether to go ahead or cancel your tour not later than 7 weeks before your tour start date.