Fancy a trip to the Caribbean this cold and dark winter?
Well the good news is that the island of Barbados has relaxed its coronavirus testing requirements for vaccinated Brits.
What a result!
Tour operators are now on a mission to tempt holidaymakers back this winter with a number of incredible deals.
Fully vaccinated travellers with a negative PCR test result will no longer have to take a second test on arrival in Barbados.
And they don't have to quarantine either!
All arrivals must still fill a Customs and Immigrations form 24 hours before travel, as well as download the BIMSafe app.
But kids under 18 don't need to be vaccinated and those under five won't need any tests.
Vaccinated Brits will be able to explore the island's beaches and attractions without restriction.
Holidaymakers can book a 3-star package deal from just under £600 per person for a week this November.
Those who fancy something a little fancier can expect costs of around £1,199pp this winter.
If you head up the west coast next to Holetown, you can enjoy an all-inclusive stay with direct return flights for around £1,199pp.
The weather also stays around 30 degrees in November so it's perfect if you want to escape the cold in the UK.
Airlines like TUI and British Airways are offering flights.
Even though travel has opened up abroad, it's still worth keeping tabs on the GOV.UK website for updates.
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It comes after the UK's light Covid travel rules were scrapped.
This is great news for those who are eager to travel and enjoy a bit of time away from Britain.
It's hoped the changes will help to boost to the travel sector, which has been badly hit by the restrictions.
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