This page contains information on specific restrictions in Wales (which differ from the other nations of the UK). Page last updated 11 April 2022.

Guidance and regulations for operators and visitors to Wales

Current Position in Wales

Wales is operating using a range of alert levelsFor more detailed information, refer to the Welsh Government Coronavirus page. Anyone in Wales for any reason needs to abide by the Wales regulations and guidance.

Our Travel Trade website is full of ideas, including itineraries and factsheets when planning your clients’ holidays to Wales.

Guidance for Operators

Anyone operating tours or visits into Wales will need to ensure that they and their clients comply with the latest* Coronavirus Regulations 2020 and guidance which includes the legal requirement of a specific COVID-19 Risk Assessment and it is now a legal requirement that information about the risks and mitigations identified in the COVID-19 risk assessment are shared with employees (irrespective of the business size). These risk assessments will be the starting point for implementing the reasonable measures that are required to be taken to minimise exposure to the coronavirus on premises open to the public and in workplaces.

Venues and operators need to work together to plan for such visits so that they stay within the requirements of the regulations and guidance.

*subject to change

Travel Restrictions

Business Events

For information on organising meetings, incentives, conferences, events, exhibitions and team building activities, visit the Meet In Wales website.

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