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If you’ve found your way to this post, then it can only mean that your holiday has been cancelled. I’m so sorry! As a family, we know how much time and effort goes into planning a break away, especially if you have little ones in tow. Every last detail needs to be accounted for and decided well in advance, from snacks on the journey, to activities to keep them busy, travel itineraries, day to day activities, safety and of course making sure that they’re all happy! So, when you receive the news that your holiday has been cancelled, it’s utterly devastating. Check out this advice from Creditfix, who have provided a really helpful infographic about what to do if your holiday is cancelled.
Not only do you now have to rejig everything in your itinerary, plans and finances, but you also have to deal with the difficult task of telling your little ones that the holiday is no longer going ahead. Heartbreaking to say the least! However, despite this upset, the important thing now is to take steps to get your money back from your travel provider. Yes, it sounds a little daunting, but it is possible, and the sooner you do it, the sooner you and your family can have another holiday to look forward to. Check out this super informative infographic below.