Current Travel Advice

For everyone's safety - update July 26

The current situation changes from day to day. Within and beyond Dutch borders. We adapt our information where necessary, in case of changed measures. Nevertheless, it may happen that current events catch up with us. It is important to know that we always follow RIVM guidelines, and that of government agencies of other countries. If you have any doubts about a travel advisory or measure, please check the travel advisory and measures of the country from where you will be travelling, and the country you want to visit.

Holidays in the Netherlands – from Belgium

The borders are open again, and you can travel to the Netherlands. You are allowed to go on holiday in the Netherlands and do not have to be quarantined on arrival. 

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.

Holidays in the Netherlands – from Germany

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 until arrival day 6 August 2021, to another park or date. Please contact the guest service.

Holiday in Belgium

The holiday parks in Belgium are open.

Holidays in Germany - from 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.

Holidays in Germany - from Germany

As a German, you must meet certain conditions upon arrival. These differ from one state to another:

  • In Ferienresort Cochem, you do not have to show a test result on arrival or in the catering facilities. Wearing a face mask remains mandatory.
  • At Bad Bentheim, all guests aged 15 years and older must be able to submit a quick test or PCR test upon arrival. This may be a quick test from the supermarket, that you can take at the park reception.
  • At HANSA-PARK, all guests aged 6 years or older must submit a negative test upon arrival. This can be an official rapid test (max. 24 hours old) or a PCR test (max. 48 hours old). The test must be repeated every 72 hours.
  • At Hafendorf Rheinsberg, all guests aged 6 years or older must submit a negative test upon arrival. This can be a rapid test (max. 24 hours old) or a PCR test (max. 48 hours old). Guests can buy a quick test in the supermarket and take the test at reception.
  • At Résidence Winterberg, Bergresort Winterberg and Eifelpark Kronenburger See all guests aged 6 years or older must present a negative test upon arrival. This can be an official rapid test (max. 48 hours old) or a PCR test (max. 48 hours old).
  • At Ferienpark Hambachtal, all guests aged 15 years and older must be able to submit a rapid test or PCR test (max. 24 hours old) upon arrival. This may be a quick test from the supermarket, that you can take at the park reception.

Holiday in France

All parks in France are open. You must be able to show a negative PCR or antigen test of up to 48 hours upon arrival at the park. If you can show a vaccination certificate, you don't have to get tested. There are also certain rules in order to enter France. Check your local travel advice for France before departure.

For each holiday home mandatory additional costs apply. The additional costs vary per holiday home and can be found in the pop-up displayed with every price. No rights may be derived from these prices.