Many people we talk to haven’t fully thought through which type of travel insurance medical coverage to choose: “primary” or “excess.” First, what do these terms mean here? And second, which makes the most sense for you and the trip you are taking?
Archive | August, 2013
What are 10 trips to take in your 20s that are both affordable and fun? We came up with a diverse list that includes some intriguing surprises.
We’re often asked this question, and the answer has several facets. Here is some helpful information…along with some valuable tips.
Free through TripInsurance.com, whether you’re a customer or not, e-Travel Alerts is an extremely valuable online information service that posts security updates several times each day for travelers worldwide.
While you can wait until just before you leave for your trip to buy travel insurance, there are major benefits to buying within 2 weeks of your initial trip deposit.
This is all about GoGirl, a product designed to make life much more pleasant for women who enjoy travel and the outdoors and who don’t enjoy unsanitary public restrooms. This is also the last of our 3-part blog series discussing helpful travel products many travelers don’t know about. To learn about the first 2 products, […]
Health is the theme of the second entry in our 3-part travel product post series. (If you missed our security-oriented first entry, TravelSmith’s Safecash Belt, check out the next blog down.) The product we’re featuring today is a fascinating family of compact digital accessories called Fitbit, tools that help you measure physical activity, eating, sleeping, […]
This month we’d like to do something a little different and fun! We’re going to highlight 3 products that members of our staff absolutely love when traveling and regularly recommend to others. As part of this series, we hope you’ll find a new product that will make your next travel adventure that much better. Today, […]
If a cruise line returns the entire trip deposit to customers, can these people also get full or partial refunds on cruise insurance?
Do you get a little nervous each time you check your luggage when flying? Here are tips for insuring checked luggage and even avoiding the checking process.
Here are 3 questions we consider critical to ask when buying travel insurance and our thoughts on these equally critical subjects.
What kinds of questions do we encourage you to ask when buying travel insurance? Here is Part 1 of a brief overview of this process.