When you travel with Trafalgar, you can do so secure in the knowledge that you will be accompanied by one of our professional Trafalgar Travel Directors, who are carefully selected by us for being the best in the industry.
Our Travel Directors are also experts in the destinations you visit. Between them, our Operation teams and local offices, we continually monitor travel conditions in the destinations we travel to.
Travel Directors are supported by a 24hr Operations team who monitor government travel advisories and advise and assist with itinerary changes and travel recommendations should they become necessary.
Our guests’ safety and well-being are naturally of paramount importance to us. Should any incident occur, we leverage our local knowledge and expertise and act with our guests’ best interests in mind to minimise any inconvenience while considering their security at all times.
LATEST TRAVEL INFORMATION
Earthquake in Japan: 21 October 2016
All Trafalgar guests currently in Japan are safe and have not been affected by the earthquake which struck Kurayoshi in Western Honshu, Japan today, 21 October. This evening our guests are staying overnight in Kanazawa which is approximately 500 kilometres away from Kurayoshi where the earthquake occurred. Our sightseeing programme has operated as normal today and we have been in regular contact with our Travel Director who have kept up updated. Our guests safety is our number one priority and we will continue to monitor the situation on a regular basis.
Earthquake Central Italy: 24 August 2016
We are saddened to hear of the tragic news from Central Italy today. Our heartfelt thoughts are with the Italian people. Trafalgar can confirm that none of our guests have been impacted by this event.
We continue to monitor the situation closely. Currently all of our Italian trips are operating as scheduled. The safety of our guests is our utmost priority and we are in constant dialogue with our colleagues on the ground in the region.
Munich Travel Update: 23 July 2016With the modification from the German authorities and in consultation with our local teams on the ground in Munich, our trips will continue to operate as scheduled.
Therefore, our guests in Munich and those arriving today will follow their original itinerary.
All public transportation links, shops and attractions have re-opened.
We continue to monitor the situation closely.
Further updates will be posted on this page. Should questions please do not hesitate to reach us on the number at the top of your screen.
Munich Travel Update: 22 July 2016
We had no trips in the affected areas of Istanbul or Ankara.
The Best of Turkey trip, which is currently in Pamukkale is scheduled to operate as planned. All our guests are safe and accounted for.
The safety and well-being of our guests and team is always our highest priority. We are continuing to monitor the events in Turkey closely, and remain in constant touch with our team in Turkey. We will continue to review the situation and will provide any updates on this page as necessary.
France, Nice Update - 15 July 2016
We are extremely saddened at the tragic event which has unfolded in Nice last night. Our thoughts are with those who have been affected.
We can confirm that no Trafalgar guests were in Nice at the time of this event.
All of our scheduled trips are currently operating as planned. However, any of our guests who are booked to travel on any trips that include Nice, within the next month, may rebook to any other upcoming 2016 departure date, or 2017 itinerary if the selected 2016 itinerary is not available.
The safety and well-being of our guests and team is always our highest priority. We will continue to monitor the situation very closely and provide any updates, as necessary. Should you have any urgent enquiries, or questions specifically related to upcoming departures, please do not hesitate to reach us on the number at the top of your screen.
Brexit Update: 24 June 2016
How will Brexit affect my holiday?
Until the UK officially leaves the EU, which is no sooner than in two years’ time, there will be no changes to your holiday arrangements. Travellers are as free to move between the UK and the EU as they were before the vote.
I’m going to Europe this summer, is my passport or visa still valid?
Yes. Until the UK officially leaves the EU, not sooner than two years’ time, there will be no changes to passports or visas.
I’ve booked my holiday for next year – do I need to do anything?
No. Until the UK officially leaves the EU, not sooner than two years’ time, there will be no changes to your holiday arrangements.
Which queue will I go into at the airport – EU passports or all others?
The same queue as you did before the vote. Until the UK officially leaves the EU, which is no sooner than two years’ time, there will no change to any passport arrangements.
Zika Virus Travel Update: February 2016
There are currently no changes to any of our South America itineraries and all are operating as intended. For Trafalgar's view on our guests and the Zika virus, click here. Our professional team continue to actively monitor the conditions. Please feel free to call us on the number at the top of your screen, should you have any further questions.