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Published 17 March 2020 by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and The Rt Hon Dominic Raab MP

Today the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has advised against all non-essential international travel, initially for a period of 30 days. This advice takes effect immediately.

This change in travel advice reflects the pace at which other countries are either closing their borders or implementing restrictive measures in response to the global coronavirus pandemic.

Often there is little or no notice when countries take these steps and restrictions are also being imposed in areas where no cases of coronavirus have yet been reported. They are therefore very difficult to predict.

British people who decide that they still need to travel abroad should be fully aware of the increased risks of doing so. That includes the risk that they may not be able to get home, if travel restrictions are put in place. Anyone still considering travel needs to be realistic about the level of disruption they are willing and able to endure, and to make decisions in light of the unprecedented conditions we face.

We are not currently advising British people to immediately return to the UK if they are overseas, except for a few countries detailed in our travel advice. However, British people should keep in mind that flights may be cancelled at short notice or other travel restrictions may be put in place by foreign governments.

If people do want to return to the UK soon, then they need to take account of the fast moving situation and plan accordingly, while flights remain available in many places.

Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, said:

UK travellers abroad now face widespread international border restrictions and lock downs in various countries. The speed and range of those measures across other countries is unprecedented.
So I have taken the decision to advise British nationals against all non-essential international travel.

Whether travel is essential or not is a personal decision and circumstances differ from person to person. It is for individuals themselves to make an informed decision based on the risks and FCO advice. Anyone still planning to travel should check the validity of their travel insurance.

UK inward and outward travel has already fallen by a significant amount since the outbreak of coronavirus. Ryanair, Virgin and EasyJet have cut flights by 80% this month and IAG has decreased capacity by 75%.

The UK’s extensive diplomatic network is continuing to work around the world to support British people at the greatest risk of exposure to the virus.

In the last week alone 430 changes have been made to FCO Travel Advice.

We will continue to do everything in our power to get those British nationals affected the care, support and advice they need. We are also working urgently to ensure international governments have sensible plans to enable the return of British and other travellers and, crucially, that they keep borders open for enough time to allow people to return home on commercial flights.

British nationals who become ill overseas should, in the first instance, seek care and support from the country they are in.

This guidance follows the domestic measures announced by the Prime Minister on Monday and forms part of the national effort to meet the international challenge presented by coronavirus.


COVID-19 Exceptional Travel Advisory Notice
As countries respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, including travel and border restrictions, the FCO advises British nationals against all but essential international travel. Any country or area may restrict travel without notice. If you live in the UK and are currently travelling abroad, you are strongly advised to return now, where and while there are still commercial routes available. Many airlines are suspending flights and many airports are closing, preventing flights from leaving.


Tour the South West UK

  • 4 Day Motorcycle Tour of the South West UK
  • Sat, Sun & Mon Nights, 3 Nights
  • 3 Nights B&B in a fantastic (4 Star Hotel)
  • 4 * Hotel Accommodation, Our Base
  • Full English Breakfast Each Morning
  • Experienced Tour Guide
Cheddar Gorge


France, Austria, Croatia, Italy, Spain

We are glad to provide you with amazing accompanied motorcycle tours to parts of Europe. If you plan to go on a motorcycle touring holiday in Europe, we take over the planning and sorting so you can focus on having the best experience possible. We arrange the road routes, accommodation, and ferries. All you need to do is pick a destination and show up. so come and ride in Europe and enjoy the comfort of your own bike.

Italy Stelvio Pass


Ride to the Morocco's Desert Edge

Morocco has fascinating scenery, culture and history, see the exotic sights, take in those sounds and smells and lots of oriental flair. So why not be part of this amazing motorcycle tour, also why not make a visit to the Medina to experience this old culture as it has been pretty unchanged in the way it works and appears for over a thousand years

Morocco & Spain Motorcycle Tour


BMW Motorcycle Included

Have you ever dreamed of riding a motorcycle in north America and Canada, well Graham owner has a perfect  motorbike adventure for you, so why not take that great trip of a lifetime on a motorcycle all the way up the west coast of the USA and from California to Alaska and ride form the bottom to the top of Canada into Alaska’s 49th state. We even include your motorcycle, i.e. BMW R1200/1250 GS/RT or BMW 750/850 GS

USA Epic Alaska Motorcycle Tour

Royal Enfield Southern India

Motorcycle Included

The Backwaters of India a great adventure ride on a Royal Enfield 500 Bullet from Chennai to the Backwaters coast to coast. (Southern India) we have found that riders need a bit of a different ride themselves, we would like you discover new horizons in south India and to discover the essence of a more idyllic places like Chennai, Kerala, Alleppey, Coonoor Tea Plantation, Ghats Mountains on a Royal Enfield Motorcycle.

India Motorbike Adventure