I live in the Netherlands
Our parks and campsites in the Netherlands are open. But if you would rather rebook, you can. Thanks to the rebooking guarantee, this can be done free of charge up to 28 days before arrival.
I do not live in the Netherlands
All parks in the Netherlands are open.
Germany advises against travelling to the Netherlands, but does not ban it. So, as far as the German government is concerned, you can go to the Netherlands. In addition, quarantine and PCR testing are not mandatory upon arrival.
But if you would rather rebook, this is allowed until arrival day 6 August 2021, to another park or date. Please contact us to rebook you stay.
Do you live in Belgium? You can travel to the Netherlands. A negative PCR test or quarantine is not mandatory when you travel to the Netherlands. Upon returning home, you must complete a Passenger Locator Form
. If you have a vaccination or recovery certificate, you do not have to get tested at home. If you do not have a vaccination or recovery certificate and no recent negative PCR test less than 72 hours old, get tested. If the result is negative, you do not need to be quarantined. Children under the age of 12 do not have to take a test.
I live in the Netherlands
Those travelling to Germany must register online on Einreiseanmeldung.de
and meet certain conditions upon arrival. There is no negative travel advice for Dutch people travelling to Germany.
However, Dutch people over the age of 6 should be able to submit a negative PCR test on arrival that is not older than 72 hours. Anyone who is fully vaccinated or has a certificate that he has fully recovered, does not need to be tested. The Dutch government makes PCR tests available free of charge for travel abroad. Please refer to this page
Do you not have proof of recovery or vaccination? Then a quarantine period of 10 days applies. You may be tested on the fifth day after your arrival in Germany. If you test negative and register on this website
, you may leave quarantine earlier.
But if you would rather rebook, this is allowed until until arrival day 6 August 2021, to another park or date. Please contact the guest service
I live in Germany
Our parks in Belgium are open. But if you would rather rebook, you can. Thanks to the rebooking guarantee, this can be done free of charge up to 28 days before arrival.
If there is negative travel advice for the area where you want to travel, or if the borders are closed, you can even change your booking up to one day before arrival. This is no longer the case for the Dutch and Germans.