You dutifully purchased travel insurance for your upcoming adventure and are feeling protected against possible travel nightmares. That is, until you read a story about travel insurance not covering missing a connecting flight because of missing the first leg of the...read more
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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.
‘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.
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.
You’ve booked your trip for a dream vacation, but you’re just not sure about buying travel insurance. After all, it seems like an added expense and how do you know which is the best travel insurance for your trip anyway? Let’s stop right there. You need travel insurance when you travel, unless you are so wealthy you can afford your own medical expenses and possibly the expense of medical transport back home.read more
It is a question we often hear – do I really need additional medical evacuation insurance coverage when I already have travel insurance? There is no simple answer, like with many insurance types. One must instead weigh risks and expense, and consider your own philosophy and tolerance.read more
Recently, travel news sites and blogs have been abuzz about the latest airfare hack – buying a non-refundable ticket and adding travel insurance instead of opting for the vastly more expensive fully refundable airline ticket. This little maneuver could save you significant sums of money if you want or need a refund.read more