Finally, vacation! That's the first thing you think while driving home on your last day of work before a three week vacation. But have you really thought of everything? Swimsuit, bathing suit, sunglasses, diving gear, tickets and eh... travel insurance? Vaction is, for the most part, fun, but it has to stay fun when something unexpected happens. In that case, you want to have everything covered. Did your know you have to take out a seperate insurance policy for your winter sport vacation? If you don't, you'll have to pay an enormous fee for a trauma helicopter and you'll have to pay it yourself. But what travel insurance policy should you choose? What did other clients experience when they were helped by these insurance companies? We made an overview of all the insurance comapnies that offer a travel insurance policy. You can read reviews, experiences, opinions and complaints of clients that went before you and see which grade they gave each insurance company. Leaving for vacation well prepared will make you feel more comfortable. Knowing you've taken out the best insurance policy helps with that.
There are many possible reasons to cancel a vacation. Illness, a death in the family, water damage to your home or just tough luck that made you miss your plane; all of the above can leave you with no other choice but to cancel your vacation. Luckily, there are cancellation insurances for these unfortunate cases. Often, you can take out such a cancellation policy at the travel agency when you make reservations for your vacation. But what if that isn’t the case? Where can you go to? You might also want to check if your current travel insurance does not already cover a cancellation. The small print isn’t necessarily clear. To make things more obvious, we made an overview of all cancellation insurances and their policies. We also created room for clients to give their opinions and vent their complaints by leaving a review.
Did you know that you need to take out a separate insurance policy when you go on a winter sport vacan? Your normal travel insurance does not cover activities like skiing or snowboarding. If you are stuck on a piste or ski trail and have to be transported via stretcher or -even worse- a trauma helicopter, you have to pay for it yourself if you haven’t taken out a winter sport insurance. But which insurance is the best? Which insurance offers te best insurance policy and has the best customer service? What is the customer service like in a country with a language you don’t speak? And in case you already have a winter sport insurance: are you satisfied with your insurance policy or not at all? Let us know and read all experiences, opinions and reviews, so you won’t leave on winter sport vacation onprepared.
What is covered in a water sports insurance? Is it an insurance policy that covers injuries and damages while water skiing, swimming or diving? Or does it also help you when your boat is stolen from the dock or harbour? And is the cheapest also the best? You don’t want to go on thinking that everything’s covered, only to find out in a moment of need that is isn’t so. So, what insurance companies do you think is best? If you have any experiences with one of these insurance companies, let everyone know. Both positive and negative experiences are worth mentioning. They will help others make the right choice. We made an overview of all the insurance companies. Help us grade them all, and leave your review!