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Winter trips, special offers and new destinations

How things have changed! The UK’s travel agents and tour operators are now the country’s fastest growing sector according to analysis published today by Lloyds Bank.   The ‘UK Recovery Tracker’ used by Lloyds has measured the travel industry as Britain’s most quickly...

Our Re-Connecting World

Yesterday’s removal of 47 countries from the remaining ‘Red List’ means that UK travellers are finally allowed to return to most of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Peru, Ecuador and Colombia plus a few others are still on the ‘naughty step’ for now, but it is with...

Autumn getaways

Suddenly travelling has become a lot simpler! The UK government's latest announcements mean that from 4th October fully vaccinated travellers no longer need to take a Covid test prior to returning to the UK and the one remaining test to be taken upon return will...

Are We Nearly There Yet?

It has been a summer of constant changes to travel rules and regulations with countries going in and out of favour as the latest twists and turns of the pandemic have continued to play out.  Quarantine, Covid-testing and the rather unnerving creation of green and...

From Amber to Green …

From Monday 19 July, amber listed countries effectively turn 'green' for travellers who have been fully vaccinated, meaning there is no further need for self-isolation when returning home. It's the news so many of us have been waiting for! The Government has declared...

Go ‘Green’ for a summer getaway!

There is still the chance for a summer getaway! Following last week’s travel update, from today Wednesday 30 June, the expanded Green List of countries that can be visited without the need to quarantine on return now includes the following popular destinations: Malta...

Travel re-starts …

From Monday 17th May, foreign travel finally gets underway again! We’re so excited that we’re able to begin sending our clients away on their holidays once more and we’re looking forward to re-starting our own travels again too. As always, we’re here to help with...

There will be travel ahead …

There will be travel ahead …

With the UK Government indicating that international travel can resume on 17th May - subject to review - the recently published insights from a survey of 20,000 travellers by AITO, the Specialist Travel Association, suggests there will likely be a swift return to...

Road map to wider horizons …

Following the Government's 'road map' announcement yesterday to ease the present lockdown, we're sure you're as encouraged as we are by the indication that international travel is targeted to re-open on 17th May. Our release from this endless pandemic purgatory...

Latest Covid updates …

We hope you are keeping well and making the best of these strangest of times.  We share your fervent wish to get travelling again as soon as it is safe to do so. During the pandemic we are working 9.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday and we’re readily available as always...

Love in a time of Covid

It’s been a year like no other.  At Nomadic Travel we have weathered all kinds of geopolitical crises in our 20 year history - wars, terrorism, SARS and even volcanic ash clouds - but nothing compared to what this pandemic has thrown at us. However, despite the agony...

Camilla & the Gorillas

In February, Camilla was lucky enough to be amongst the final few visitors to enter Bwindi National Park and pay homage to its local population of mountain gorillas before the coronavirus outbreak caused the suspension of worldwide travel.   She also fell in love with...

Camilla’s Jordan Jaunt

Camilla writes here about her recent trip to Jordan, travelling on a small group adventure with our trade partners 'Intrepid Travel' ... Our BA flight was only a few minutes late departing, we arrived into Amman almost on time and the transfer to our hotel just took...

Abbie’s Canadian Honeymoon

Abbie writes here about her 10-day honeymoon road trip in Ontario. We flew with Air Canada from Heathrow direct into Toronto. We arrived late into the evening so we jumped into a cab and made the short trip to downtown Toronto, the city skyline was brightly lit and...

Family travels in Sumatra & Java

Rob has recently returned from 3 weeks travelling with his family in Sumatra and Java in search of coral reefs, orangutans, Buddhist ruins and smoking volcanoes.  He recounts their journey here...   Pulau Weh is a tiny jungle-clad island off the coast of Aceh...

A Taste of Vietnam

A Taste of Vietnam

Rebecca writes: I was very kindly hosted by Bamboo Travel to experience and - inevitably - fall in love with this most fascinating and beautiful country. We flew with Vietnam Airlines direct from London Heathrow and had the pleasure of being upgraded to Premium...

A Week in Washington

Camilla and her partner Tom enjoyed a wonderful week exploring the city of Washington and packed in an enormous amount of sightseeing (and eating, it would seem) in their brief visit. Flying with United Airlines from Heathrow to Washington Dulles was as pleasant and...

Jambo Bwana!

Abbie writes: 'I have just returned from what was an incredible trip to Kenya. This was my first time on safari and it exceeded every expectation I had!    I was kindly hosted by Safari Consultants, and I got to experience different conservancies along with the Masai...

Momos & more

Abbie writes: 'I have just returned from a whirlwind week in Nepal, where I was kindly hosted by Exodus. I am delighted to write about my experiences in this captivating country… We began the journey from Heathrow flying via Delhi. After dinner and a nightcap, I slept...

Camilla’s Canadian Capers

Camilla travelled to Canada this summer with her partner Tom, eager to see as much of the Rockies as humanly possible in a two-week whirlwind trip.   Here she recounts their impressions as first-time visitors to this beautiful region as they made their way as...

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