Change in laws during COVID-19

Package Travel Regulation changes due to COVID

The Croatian Parliament has approved the Tourism Ministry’s proposal to make changes to the Law on Emergency Tourism Services, which allows travel agencies to issue vouchers instead of refunding passengers for package arrangements.

The passenger is fully protected as they receive a voucher they can use for another trip or a deferred travel period.

If the traveller insists on a cash refund, the organiser must make a refund within 14 days after the expiry of 180 days from the date of the cancellation. For further information see Article 38a of this document.

Charter companies response to COVID cancellations

Where travel is not possible due to Coronavirus, the charter companies are issuing vouchers that are valid for future travel.

Keep informed during these uncertain times

It is vital that you keep up-to-date with all the latest travel advice both in your home country and in Croatia. The Coronavirus pandemic is a continually developing situation and information is changing on a daily basis. For the latest facts and figures on Coronavirus in Croatia see the Government website. There is also further information on the HZJZ (Croatian Institute for Public Health).

When borders do reopen there will be additional checks and measures in place. All incoming travelers are likely to have to provide evidence of a valid PCR test (completed within the past 24hrs) as well as providing details of countries that you have visited during the last 14 days.

If you are stopped at the border as you do not meet any current entry requirements, The Yacht Break cannot be held responsible. Please see the Terms and Conditions with regards to cancellation for further information.