A detailed guide for agents to the reopening of post-Covid destinations has been produced by luxury operator If Only.

The comprehensive ‘Information Point’ covers the destinations its sells, designed to support agents and consumers in understanding all of the latest information and guidelines.

The guide details everything from quarantine-free destinations, to information on entry requirements and pre-travel forms.

Split into three sections, the information covers destinations which British nationals are free to travel to without quarantine, destinations exempt from the ‘all but essential travel list’ but not permitting UK visitors and destinations currently included in the ‘all but essential travel list’.

If Only marketing manager Annika Rieley said: “With all of the changes and alterations to travel procedures and entry requirements occurring on a daily basis, the trade have been calling out for a central guide to help clarify things, and enable ease of travel, as far as possible, for their customers.

“Our agent partners are at the heart of everything we do, and we want, above all, to support them at this extremely challenging time, which is why we took the initiative to produce the guide.

“I think it’s an incredibly valuable tool, especially since rules and regulations differ so much from one destination to the next.

“For example, whilst British nationals are currently free to visit destinations such as St Lucia without quarantine on arrival or return, visitors do still have to produce a negative Covid-19 test and complete a registration form before arrival.

“It’s this sort of information which we want our agent partners to have at their fingertips, to make it easier for them to support their customers, and confirm bookings with confidence.

“It’s also important to note that advice is changing at a rapid pace, so will we endeavour to update the Information Point regularly in line with these changes.

“However, to ensure agents always have the latest details, the guide includes links to the entry requirements and travel advice for each destination featured on the FCO website.”