Scottish small-ship operator The Majestic Line and hotel barge company European Waterways among those sailing this season.
The Good Morning Britain presenter wanders “this winding piece of paradise” in a ITV show, Wonders of the Coast Path.
Britons are being encouraged to spend 15 minutes outside spotting butterflies for the Big Butterfly Count – here’s how to take part.
Holidaymakers will be tested on arrival but can explore the Channel Island’s secluded beaches, cliffside walks and historic castles.
The 350-bedroom ‘super boutique hotel‘, which is spread across 16 storeys, was due to open in June 2020 in Leicester Square.
Trainline has launched a nationwide beta-test of Crowd Alerts on its existing app to allow travellers the chance to share data and avoid busy services.
MS Roald Amundsen is set to become the first expedition cruise ship to depart from a UK port since the country entered lockdown.
The Orkney Islands are made up of 70 islands and more than 600 miles of coastline, making them perfect for travel by ship.
Wightlink, which connects England to the Isle of Wight, will welcome guests on board its ferries again once the hospitality sector reopens on July 4.
There has been a “considerable rise” in UK holiday bookings during week ending 26 June, particularly for breaks during July, August and September.