Do You Need Travel Insurance?
Medical help for sudden illness or injury. Covers emergency overseas medical treatment including treatment in a clinic or hospital, plus medicines as prescribed by your treating doctor to get you well and keep you traveling.
Emergency medical evacuation for Sudden Illness or injury. Covers your transport to the nearest, appropriate medical facility. If you’re in a remote location, we may need to move you to a neighboring country. We can also cover your medical repatriation for further treatment.
Cancel your trip due to unforeseeable events outside of your control. Covers the costs to cancel all or part of your trip including other pre-booked expenses in specific circumstances including a sudden illness or serious injury.
Stolen or damaged gears while traveling. Covers theft or accidental damage of your gear such as iPads, laptops and digital cameras in specific incidents up to individual item limits.
For full details of what you’re covered for, please get a quote here.
[…] Get travel insurance (optional). It’s an emergency, you’ll never know when things unexpectedly go wrong. Depending on the policy you buy, there can be for luggage is lost, someone falls while going down the stairs or just lose your balance and hurt yourself, got into accident (both health and non-health related), or get even a parasite on board or on your tour destination, or need to cancel or cut short your trip because of a very important event. Read some instances like they got a replacement glasses that were lost while traveling to the UK for $300, a dental crown fixed that had come off a tooth in Sydney for $270, and some got refunded for a flight that they couldn’t make it due to mother’s health condition. It’s your protection while traveling. Try to get a quote here. […]
I have been asking the same question. Do I really need it? I think I should get an insurance soon.
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hi samantha… sorry for the late reply… i’ve out of country with limited access to internet… yes, i really think an insurance is always a must when traveling… do check it out here… this is the insurance most of the us use…