Holidays: Britons warned to ‘stay closer to home’ when booking 2021 travel – Express

“You’re also protected if elements of the holiday aren’t provided as required, for example, the right to a refund if bad weather means your holiday can’t go ahead.”

Speaking on ITV earlier in the month, Mr Calder also offered some insight into what prices might be like for 2021.

Sadly, it seems some of the bargain deals which were on offer in 2019 may not be within reach.

“You’re not going to find too many bargains in the May holiday season which of course is when the travel industry hopes it’s going to start properly in April for Easter, and then carry on May half term and then to the main summer months,” he said.