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.
The Belgian government advises against travel to all Dutch provinces, but does not prohibit it. Belgians who have been in the Netherlands must have completed the Public Health Passenger Locator Form 48 hours before returning to Belgium.
If you have booked a stay in the Netherlands, you can rebook it at another park or for a later period, even if your arrival is within 28 days. This is a temporary exception to the standard rebooking guarantee where other rules apply.
The German government advises against travelling to all Dutch provinces from Saturday 17 October, but does not prohibit it. As Germans, you may travel to the Netherlands, but you have to do a corona test when you arrive back in Germany. You must remain in quarantine until the result is known.
If you have booked a stay in the Netherlands, Then you can rebook your holiday to a later period. even if your arrival is within 28 days. This is a temporary exception to the standard rebooking guarantee where other rules apply.
Due to daily changing availability, you can only rebook it to another park or holiday home or date through the Guest Service. Although it can sometimes take a little longer than you are used to from us, we are doing our best to help everyone as well and quickly as possible.