Thank you for booking your holiday with Discover the World. Whilst we fully anticipate that your holiday and travel arrangements will go smoothly, as a responsible operator, we are always prepared to assist you should the worst happen. By now you should have received details of our 24 hour emergency telephone number to be used in event of you experiencing any problems whilst on holiday. The emergency number can be found on your itinerary as well as your travel document wallet.
In the unfortunate event of more general disruption, such as airstrikes, natural disasters and unforeseen events/situations, we will use this blog to provide updates to all our clients. We encourage you to subscribe to the RSS feed relevant to your holiday destination(s) at least two weeks in advance of travel so that you can receive updates by email or direct to your RSS reader.
In times of general disruption we urge those yet to travel to check the blog prior to contacting our office as you may find the answer to your question(s) here. If you are already on holiday and have access to the internet then the blog will provide up to date information on developing situations. You can also contact us using our general office telephone number (01737 218 800) or, out of hours, on the emergency telephone number.
Please find travel updates relevant to your travel destination below.
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