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|Covid Safe UK Holiday Guide
|Top Ten United Kingdom Holiday Destinations
|New Zealand - The Most Beautiful Country In The World
|New Zealand has it all!
Snow-capped mountains, tropical beaches, raging rivers, majestic fjords, hot-springs, ancient forests, spectacular caves.
This entire country is a natural wonder! Visit The Top Ten Site's fabulous
New Zealand Holiday Guide
|Benidorm is the best resort in Europe for a bargain beach holiday.
In Benidorm you can still get a pint for 80p, a great 3 course meal for 6 Euros, and you can stay in a
luxury hotel for less than £20 a night - If you know where to look and how to book.
|If you love to travel - You simply must visit Africa!
Read about our Top Ten Africa Destinatiions -
plus some extra gems that shouldn't be missed.
|The top ten natural wonders of the world are all places
that you can visit - things you can actually see.
No serious traveller should miss them!
|Is It Covid Safe To Take A UK Holiday?
That's the key question - and our aim is to answer it honestly and to the best of our ability.
If you make the right choices you should be able to enjoy a safe holiday.
If you make the wrong choices you could endanger yourself, your loved ones, and your community.
Before we get into our chosen destinations we'd like to outline a few basic safety principles.
1: Get there in a bubble car.
The safest way to get to, and around, your chosen destination is in a car with your own "bubble" of people.
Trains, coaches, buses, trams, park and ride services, and taxis are nowhere near as covid safe as your car.
2: Choose self-catering accommodation if you can.
In self-catering accommodation (cottage, chalet, caravan with its own bathroom, boat with its own bathroom,
motor-home etc) you can maintain your bubble and reduce the risk of infection. Everything should have been
disinfected before you arrive, but if you have any doubts you can do it yourself. Plus you can maintain your
safety by controlling everything and everyone that enters your space.
3: Avoid confined spaces and crowded places.
Do as much as possible outdoors. The virus transmits less effectively outside, so eat drink and play al-fresco.
4: Keep Away From Children!
Obviously if you're a family this doesn't apply. But for more elderly or vulnerable people it makes sense to steer
clear of children and young people - who are the most likely spreaders of the virus. Some companies are now
providing adult only, child free breaks in a choice of very nice locations. Click the red link below for an example.