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Covid-19 and your walking holiday

Safe Travels walking holidays in Scotland

We want you to have a safe hiking vacation with us, so we'll do our utmost to adhere to the latest Scottish Government guidance for the tourism and hospitality sector, ferry/boat operators and guides. This means that things will be a little different this year, but we can assure you that you'll still enjoy travelling and walking with us, being outside in the open air and visiting places undiscovered by most tourists.

 

 

General Covid-19 rules

  • In order to protect yourself, your fellow travellers and the remote communities we'll take you to, please make sure that you are fully vaccinated before you travel to Scotland.
  • We strongly recommend that you test yourself for Covid before you join the holiday to make sure that no member of the group arrives having covid.
  • We recommend to wear a face covering when you are moving around indoors: accommodations, restaurants, shops, on ferries, boats and in our minibuses.
  • Bring your own hand sanitiser and fabric face coverings which you can wash at the end of each day. Disposable face coverings put extra pressure on the environment.
  • Specifically relating to COVID-19, you acknowledge that you are travelling with us at your own risk and agree that you will not hold our company or staff nor any supplier we use during your holiday liable if you contract COVID-19 virus during the holiday.

During the holiday

  • All our suppliers and your guide will be working hard to keep the facilities and minibus as clean and safe as possible.
  • Pay attention to and follow all instructions and advice that is provided by your guide and any supplier and their staff we use during your holiday.
  • Keep your hands clean - use hand hygiene products that are provided for your use, or use your own, before or after you touch any common areas.
  • We strongly recommend that you test yourself for Covid before you join the holiday to make sure that nobody arrives having covid.