Travel Insurance

“Say Goodbye to worries with regards to Travel Insurance”

However much you plan, things can go wrong…

It can be Medical Emergencies, Dental Treatment, Lost Luggage, Delay of checked baggage, loss of passport, personal accident during travel….


Travel insurance is one of the most important things you’ll need for your trip. You wouldn’t have a car without car insurance, a home without home insurance, and you can’t have a trip without travel insurance.

Why? Because travel insurance is what will provide you with medical coverage when you get sick or injured, reimburse you when your flight is canceled, a family member dies and you have to come home, if lose a bag, or something is stolen, etc etc. It’s all-purpose emergency coverage and is the single most important thing you should get for your trip (but hope to never have to use). It’s the one thing we strongly, strongly advise travelers to never leave home without it.

Travel insurance makes sure you don’t lose money and are always protected.

Since most health programs don’t cover you overseas and credit cards offer really limited protection, travel insurance is something you definitely need to protect against the unknown.

Since travel insurance is one of the most complex, important and confusing aspects of trip planning, we want to break it down for you, help you understand what it is about, and show you how to avoid getting a bad insurance plan:

What to look for in a great plan. There are a lot of options out there.

1. Make sure Travel Insurance have a high coverage limit on your medical expenses. A good company will provide up to $100,000 in coverage care, though more expensive policies will cover you for higher amounts. The maximum coverage limit you can find is around $1,000,000 USD. High coverage limits are important because if you get sick, injured, or need serious attention and have to seek professional care, you want to make sure your high hospital bills are covered.

2. Make sure your policy also covers emergency evacuation and care that is separate from your medical coverage.

3. A great policy will always include the following provisions:

Cover most countries in the world

Some coverage for your electronics (and have the option for a higher coverage limit)

Cover injury and sudden illnesses

Twenty-four hour emergency services and help (you don’t want to call to be told to call back later)

Cover lost, damaged or stolen possessions like jewelry, baggage, documents, cameras, etc.

Cover cancellations such as hotel bookings, flight, and other transportation bookings if you have a sudden illness, death in the family, or some other emergency

Cover emergencies, strife in the country visited, etc., that cause you to head home early

Have financial protection if any company you are using goes bankrupt and you are stuck in another country

Travel insurance is available both for domestic and overseas travel purposes. Travel insurance policies are recommended for uninterrupted and hassle free travel.

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