Last-minute quarantine-free November holidays with temperatures above 20C including Cuba and the Canaries from £259

YOU can still get some last minute winter sun without having to self-isolate, with temperatures in the high 20s.

Many destinations in the Caribbean are still open to Brits, including St Lucia, Antigua and Cuba, where you do not have to quarantine.

The Maldives has started welcoming UK holidaymakers back, along with the Canaries.

While the Canaries remain around 21C during November and December, temperatures in Cuba and the Maldives are closer to 30C.

We've rounded up some of the best deals which don't include any quarantine restrictions, and where you can get hot weather between 20C and 30C if travelling next month.

  • Save up to £700 on TUI holidays to Cuba – holidays from £799pp
  • Seven nights all-inclusive with return flights to Cuba with TUI – from £829pp (36% off)
  • Save up to £800 on TUI holidays to St Lucia – holidays from £532pp
  • Seven nights all-inclusive with return flights to St Lucia – from £742pp (49% off)
  • Jet2 holidays including Greece and Madeira – from £259pp
  • Seven nights in Gran Canaria with easyJet Holidays – from £259pp
  • Seven nights in Lanzarote with TUI – from £299pp
  • Maldives holidays with TUI – from £1,210pp

And while there are some entry requirements, many tour operators are also including them in the holiday package deals – TUI, for example, is offering free Covid tests if heading to St Lucia where they are required.

Caution is advised if booking far in advance, however, as travel restrictions can change at the last minute.

Cyprus was added to the UK's quarantine list yesterday, enforced from Sunday at 4am, along with Lithuania.

There are very few destinations now open to Brits without any restrictions at all, which include Greece, the Canaries and the Maldives, while others are open but with entry requirements.

However, families should head to the Canaries sooner rather than later as the islands are looking at enforcing negative coronavirus tests to be able to enter.

Here is everything you need to know about getting a PCR test to enter a country.

Not only can they be expensive, but they cannot be done on the NHS.

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