This year has been a very difficult time for holiday makers as they have had to cancel, rebook, postpone and defer their holidays again and again due to the restrictions caused by the Covid virus so is it safe to book holidays for next year at the moment?
The answer to this question is perhaps, as no one really knows for sure whether the virus will be sufficiently under control next year or not. One thing is certain, travel insurance should be taken out before booking and the fine print of the policy documents needs to be read to ensure that cancellation or delay due to the virus is covered.
If you feel that a holiday abroad next year is a must for you and your family then try to look for a holiday location that has a lower incidence of the virus and one that is welcoming visitors from the UK. Greece and Turkey are two such places to consider for next year as they have had fewer cases generally. Expect there to still be certain restrictions in place next year such as social distancing and mask wearing in indoor spaces, but hotels and restaurants should be operating normally albeit with reduced capacity.