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The B Word

By Russell Murray, Business Development Manager
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Business as usual

For although BREXIT dominates the news channels it has very little effect on daily life except maybe to instil a sense of frustration and boredom that it has not been sorted out already. There is a sense that it should be more than it is, but the truth is that life will continue as normal.

So, what is normal?

Well for visitors to the UK, and in particular Scotland, from the US there has been no change and there will be no change to the current close ties of no visa for US and UK citizens crossing the Atlantic for stays of less than 90 days. All you need do is turn up at the airport with your passport (with at least six-months validity remaining) and board the plane as normal. There is absolutely no talk of disruption to flights to the UK and the EU has specifically agreed that there would be no change to any flight rules until 2021 at the earliest.

Of course, Wilderness Scotland, as a major tour operator, remains a bonded member of ABTA and AITO which means your money is safe no matter what happens. Our detailed analysis of Brexit suggests no risks to our business or our clients. Therefore in light of all that we would like to emphasise that Wilderness Scotland will continue to offer five-star adventure holidays after 31st October 2019 with or without Brexit.


More Information

For more information on travelling after Brexit please check out the following page on

Meet the Author: Russell Murray

“Born and raised in the Scottish Highlands I have always been passionate about all things outdoors actively pursuing white water kayaking, skiing and mountain biking in my spare time.”

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