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Learn what travel insurance is right for you, what you need and don’t, and what to ask about policy coverage, benefits and prices. We have the best travel insurance tips from industry experts. If you are fairly new to travel insurance, or want an updated education regarding the ins and outs of travel insurane, we would recommend you start your reading with our introduction to travel insurance here "Travel Insurance 101 – Medical Insurance, Trip Cancellation, Evacuation".

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Why we like buying travel insurance from World Nomads

Reading Time: 2 minutes Buying travel insurance should be simple and flexible and it is with World Nomads. You can buy and claim online, even after you’ve left home. Travel insurance from is available to people from over 130 countries. It’s designed for adventurous travelers with coverage for overseas medical, evacuation, baggage and a range of adventure sports and activities. Find out why we like World Nomads for travel insurance.

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Cavarly reimburses $20K after Japan cycling trip cut short

An American woman and her husband, both Cavalry Travel Insurance clients, were on a custom-designed bicycle tour of Japan when she received the news that her father had died.

Cavalry reimburses client $12K for canceled Quebec trip

‘It’s good to work with companies that stand behind their commitments.’ A Cavalry client, Bryan Putt, was gearing up for a luxury cycling tour of Quebec, when he experienced extreme lower back pain. His doctor instructed that he could not go on the cycling trip.

Mother's surgery postpones Patagonia adventure

A Utah couple, both Cavalry Travel Insurance clients, were gearing up for a tour of Patagonia — a luxury 10-day trip from Argentina’s Glaciares National Park to Torres del Paine National Park in Chile, studded with horseback rides and hikes through the spectacular scenery — when disaster struck.



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