TUI holidays to Cyprus and Turkey are cheaper than ever with up to £650 off when booking a holiday abroad.
Both countries remain off the quarantine list, and are deemed a low risk for being placed onto it anytime soon.
According to Quash Quarantine spokesperson Paul Charles, both countries have less than 20 new daily cases per 100,000 people during the last seven days – anything above this is likely to face quarantine restrictions.
Cyprus currently has 1.8 new daily cases per 100,000 population, while Turkey has 13.9 – compared to the UK’s 31.5.
TUI is now offering up to £650 off holidays to Cyprus and up to £450 off holidays to Turkey.
Valid for any holidays until October 31, deals as low as £203 for seven nights and flights to Turkey are on offer, with similar deals for Cyprus from £301.
Some of the biggest savings include seven nights all-inclusive at The King Jason in Paphos, down from £1,301pp to £568pp.
Similar savings in Turkey include seven nights all-inclusive at The Land of Legends resort in Antalya – costing £719pp instead of £1,296pp.
Booking last-minute trips is advised as anything far in advance risks new travel restrictions at very short notice.
Anyone travelling to Cyprus from the UK must have a negative coronavirus test taken no more than 72 hours before entering the country.
This cannot be done on the NHS, and private tests can cost up to £200.
There are no entry restrictions for Turkey although arrivals face health and temperature checks at the airport.
If experiencing symptoms, a coronavirus test may also be conducted, with a positive result leading to a quarantine.
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