UK Foreign Office advice
Explore rigidly monitor FCO travel warnings and advice, and where it considers it appropriate to do so, may cancel tours prior to departure, or terminate, re-route or otherwise make changes to tours operating in or through the country or part of the country concerned. Any such decision made by Explore will always be made in the interests of safety and security. Occasionally we will pre-empt the FCO and decide to leave a region based on our own feedback from tour leaders or local agents on the ground. We make no apologies for this - safety always has and always will come first.
Get up-to-date travel advice on our Travel Updates page.
We strongly recommend that customers visit the FCO website to read the comments on the country they are planning to visit, at the time of booking and also prior to departure. The FCO website provides a travel summary for every country, together with advice on safety and security including crime and terrorism, local laws & customs, entry requirements and health, as well as general information. It also has contact details for embassies and consulates of those countries where lone parents may require extra documentation. We strongly recommend that you check your government's travel advisory for up-to-date information and advice about your destination: safety and security, entry requirements, health, local laws and customs. For UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Advice (FCO) follow the link at www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice. We strongly advise that you register with the FCO to receive updates to the travel advice for your chosen destination. A hard copy of the current FCO Travel Advice for your chosen destination is available by contacting email@example.com or 01252 379438.
Most Governments provide websites dedicated to providing their citizens with the most up-to-date travel information. The websites below publish online travel reports containing the most recent news, as well as background information on every country.
• Canadian Consular Affairs Bureau
• The U.S. Bureau of Consular Affairs
• UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (Travel Advice)
• Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
• New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade