Travel Safety Advice

 Exodus Policy on Travel to Sri Lanka following FCO Travel Advice

As of 6th June the UK FCO no longer advise against all but essential travel . We are in close contact with our local team who have been monitoring the situation closely and are happy to advise that they have no security concerns around any of our itineraries.

Contacting Exodus

Please call our Customer Operations team on 0845 863 9643 during office hours or email [email protected]. If you need assistance in a genuine emergency please call our out-of-hours Duty Office on 00 44 (0)844 326 7041.

Our Standard Policy on Travel Security

Our overall policy towards security advice from the FCO is shown below:

  • We will always follow FCO advice, and we will not operate tours to areas where the advice is against all non-essential travel. Where we cancel tours for this reason, passengers will be offered a transfer to an alternative tour or a full refund.
  • Decisions about when to cancel upcoming tours are made on a rolling basis, as the advice can change at any time. Where the advice for a country is temporarily against all non-essential travel, we will not normally cancel tours more than 6 weeks before the date of travel.
  • The safety of our clients is always our highest concern and we will continue to monitor the situation. Updates will be added to this web page as and when they become available.



The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) and National Travel Health Network and Centre have up-to-date advice on staying safe and healthy abroad.

For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information check and follow @FCOtravel and

Keep informed of current travel health news by visiting

The advice can change so check regularly for updates.


The Foreign & Commonwealth Office also provides the following advice:

 Before you depart

  • Take out appropriate travel insurance before travelling and make sure it covers you for all the activities you want to do.
  • If you are travelling within Europe, ensure you have a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) that hasn’t expired and understand what it covers -you still need full travel insurance though! For your free EHIC card visit
  • Learn about the laws, customs and entry requirements of the country you’re visiting and understand how they differ from home, check
  • Check your passport is valid, fill out the emergency details, look after it while travelling and keep it in a safe place. Make sure you have all necessary visas.
  • Make copies of important travel documents, take a picture or make copies and store them securely using a secure data storage site.
  • Research vaccinations or any other medical requirements for your destination, and if necessary visit a travel health clinic before you travel. For medical advice visit
  • Tell your friends or family about your travel plans and where you’re going and leave emergency contact details.
  • Take enough money with you and have access to emergency funds.
  • Ensure you take the contact details of the local British Consulate in case of emergencies
  • Understand what consular staff can and can’t do to help British nationals travelling overseas, check
  • Act responsibly, and be responsible for yourself when abroad.