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Camping Holidays in the Coronavirus Era
As we all begin to look forward to more time spent outdoors and the potential of a summer with campsites and glamping sites back open, it's still tough to make formal plans for your holidays. What happens if you fall ill over the next few months? What happens if, come July or August, campsites are forced to close again? Or what happens if you need to self isolate and can't take the camping holiday you booked? At Goweco Glamping we understand those concerns, which is why we can ensure you can plan your holiday in confidence. You can book your glamping holiday today with our promise that, if you can't take your holiday due to Coronavirus, you can reschedule within a designated time frame.
When you arrive, we have put a few measures in place to ensure maximum safety and comfort during your stay. The site itself takes a small amount of people in total, we ask for you to adhere to social distancing measures, keep washing those hands and or sanitising (sanitisers provided throughout the site). wiping all surfaces etc after use and being aware of all of the risks.
Coronavirus guidelines for camping 1: Physical distancing
The guidance on physical distancing applies on campsites just as it does in other shared spaces. This means you will be expected to keep your distance from other campers. You will still be able to toast marshmallows with your nearest and dearest and sleep in your family-sized tent/accommodation together (assuming you are all from the same household/bubble) but you will need to distance from other people. This will mean some of the things we’ve become used to seeing at supermarkets and other public places will also be in place on the campsite. While we love a sociable camping trip, there’s also something to be said for going it alone. If the restrictions do not allow for your usual band of merry campers to pitch up together, don’t despair. Why not enjoy a solo camp out? Camping on your own, with just your partner or your own family can give you the chance to really relax, to reconnect with each other and with nature. We can’t recommend it enough – and there’s no better time to try it than in 2020.
Coronavirus guidelines for camping 4: Sanitiser and signs
Once you’re on site, perhaps the most important thing to consider, alongside social distancing, is hygiene. If you’ve been out and about in your own community, you’ll be used to seeing hand sanitiser dispensers and signs about washing hands. The government guidelines ask businesses to do this; suggesting reminders for people to ‘keep it clean’ by using signs or tannoy announcements. We don’t think we'll have plans for Hi-de-Hi-style messages to be broadcast but there are likely to be signs reminding you to wash your hands and use sanitiser. We will be providing extra hand-washing facilities where possible and hand sanitiser where it’s not but, of course, there’s no harm in bringing your own. Read the signs and follow the guidelines as we have thought all these things through in order to keep you safe.
For more information on camping in the era of COVID-19. Keep an eye on government advice and only travel if its safe to do so and in line with government guidelines. It goes without saying that you should not travel to a campsite if you have any symptoms linked with coronavirus. If restrictions allow for you to travel, make sure you take all the precautions you need to in order to keep yourself and those around you safe. The coronavirus for more information on camping in the era of COVID-19. Keep an eye on government advice and only travel if its safe to do so and in line with government guidelines. It goes without saying that you should not travel to a campsite if you have any symptoms linked with coronavirus. If restrictions allow for you to travel, make sure you take all the precautions you need to in order to keep yourself and those around you safe. The coronavirus government guidelines on accessing green spaces safely provide some useful tips that can be applied to life on site too. safely provide some useful tips that can be applied to life on site too.