Discovering local towns, cocktails on the beach, soaking up the sun, trying some authentic cuisine, basking in the heat and just thoroughly enjoying yourself. There’s a lot to look forward to when you’ve got a holiday booked, and when you’re at work trying to meet deadlines or you’re rushing the school run in the pouring rain it’s difficult to think of anything else than stepping off that plane and escaping it all for a few weeks.
So, when the unexpected happens and your holiday is cancelled, it can feel like your little bubble of excitement and anticipation has been well and truly burst. You’ll find a helpful infographic from Creditfix here, detailing what to do if your holiday is cancelled. All those plans, hours of researching the best places to eat, deciding which accommodation to book and what to prioritize in your suitcase, utterly wasted.
It can feel like the end of the world, but you need to act quickly. Prioritizing getting your money back from your holiday provider is your next step. It can feel like you have an impossible task ahead – especially if your holiday company has gone bust. But rest assured, I’ve found a helpful infographic that will help you get your money back if your holiday has been cancelled. Check it out below!