Researching a holiday can be a daunting prospect. There are a mind boggling number of destinations to choose from with an ever increasing number of options on everything from five star to glamping, treehouses to hammocks, business class jets to bicycles, beach break to eco-tourism and everything in between.
The golden rule of thumb is to be as honest as possible when purchasing travel insurance.
When you think about it, the size of the company you are buying insurance from is quite an important consideration.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) website should probably be the first port of call for anyone planning a trip abroad, but do we all pay heed to the raft of regularly updated advisories and does it really matter if we don’t?
The lingo of price comparison websites – known in the industry as PCWs – has become deeply ingrained in the English language and we’re as familiar with their colourful TV ad personalities as with members of the royal family.