All British nationals require a full passport for all holidays with United Travel and this should be valid for at least six months after the date of your scheduled return home. If you are not a British national, other regulations may apply to you.
United Travel does not give specific health advice, but we do recommend you see your GP at least six weeks prior to travel for advice and to allow time for any necessary vaccinations.
We strongly recommend you do not drink the tap water, and avoid ice in your drinks. Safe, bottled drinking water is readily available for sale everywhere – from small shops, supermarkets, restaurants, and hotels. It is not customary for hotels to provide complimentary bottled drinking water. Always ensure that the seal is unbroken.
We recommend you carry a small first aid kit for your personal use.
The following list is intended as a guide only:
Please ensure you carry any essential personal medication in your hand luggage rather than checked in bags.
We recognise how important your flight is as part of your United Travel Tours experience, which is why we only work with scheduled airlines with the best reputations for service, reliability and punctuality. We use reputable domestic airlines for internal routes and although all of our prices are based on flights from London Heathrow, there are many regional departures available from across the UK.
It is an essential condition of joining a United Travel holiday that you have a valid travel insurance policy to cover the cost of any emergency medical treatment. You are strongly advised to take out your policy at the time of booking to protect your holiday payments in the event of cancellation. Please inform our office of your relevant policy number and keep details of the policy in your travel documents including policy number, 24 hour emergency number and next of kin details. We can also help you organise your holiday insurance.
It is an essential condition of joining a United Travel holiday that you have a valid travel insurance policy to cover the cost of any emergency medical treatment. You are strongly. The standard check-in baggage allowance for all airlines is limited to one piece and must not exceed 20 kg, unless otherwise explicitly stated. Hand luggage is limited to one piece and must not exceed 5kg.