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Plan your trip

Our holiday information pack offers detailed guidance for planning your specific trip. Below are the general considerations related to planning your trip with The Natural Adventure Company.


If you live in the UK and you are thinking about going on a holiday abroad, you will have been exposed to a lot of speculations about different Brexit scenarios. At the moment we are pretty sure that all of the nearly 150 trips that we have on will not be affected by Brexit, at least for a while. And here are the reasons why:

  • You won’t need a visa or any additional paperwork to travel to the EU
  • Most flights between the UK and EU countries should operate normally after Brexit

You can read more detailed and up-to-date info on Brexit implications on foreign travel on the BBC website here and the ABTA website here.

Passports and visas

A number of the countries in this region are now EU members and do not require UK citizens to carry entry visas. For detailed up-to-date travel advice, UK citizens should visit the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office website before departure:

Travel advice

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office and National Travel Health Network and Centre have up-to-date advice on staying safe and healthy abroad.

For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information check and follow @FCOtravel and

Travel insurance

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No vaccinations are required for most of the countries in which we operate. Detailed health advisories and updates on specific destinations are available on

What to bring

We recommend that you travel as light as possible – airlines might charge you an extra fee, and during ground transfers, the place might be limited. Ideally, you should bring one piece of luggage weighing not more than 25 kg (to be checked in) and a daily pack (15 – 20 l rucksack) for your daily essentials (snacks, drinking water, camera, etc).

Below is a non-exclusive list of what you should bring to any trip. More detailed info will be included in your holiday information pack. If you need further advice, please contact us or a reputable outdoor retailer.

  • Good hiking boots
  • Hiking socks
  • Several t-shirts (cotton or preferably breathable/fast drying)
  • Packable waterproof and windproof jacket with hood
  • Synthetic mid layer or warm fleece
  • Trainers and/or sandals – to relax and wear inside accommodation
  • Sunglasses, sunscreen and lip salve
  • Hat/Baseball cap
  • Personal First Aid kit (wet wipes, flu remedies, stomach remedies)