When they read travel insurance policies closely, smart shoppers find that—in addition to the coverage they are looking for—they are also covered for some very unexpected things. Here are some examples.
Archive | October, 2013
The 50s can be a prime time for adventurous travel. And here are 10 fascinating destinations we’d like to submit for your consideration.
If you’re considering a tour, what are some things to think about when choosing a tour company? Here are 6 tips the experts have shared with us.
The cost of flying is going up, it sometimes seems, as quickly as an airliner at takeoff. If you’d like to trim some of these extra costs a bit, here are some novel strategies several travel experts recommend.
One subject nearly all the travel “tips” blogs fail to mention is what the right travel insurance can save you. Here are some “tips” on this.
While jet lag is unavoidable, there are several things you can do to minimize its negative effects. Here are a few ideas of things to do before you fly, during your flight, and after you arrive at your destination.
What’s worth traveling to another part of the world just to see and experience? Recently, Buzzfeed compiled a list of 10 adventures amazing enough to warrant serious consideration.
Packing smart for your cruise can help a lot in minimizing travel snags and other frustrations. Here are 6 tips veteran cruisers have shared with us.
Does travel insurance cover you in case a terrorist incident occurs near or at a travel destination? Here are 4 questions we often receive and answers, which, we hope, will be helpful.
Surveys show that spending money on travel generally tends to make people happier than spending money on material goods. That’s just one of several major personal benefits travel offers.
“House swapping” or “home exchange” has steadily become very popular practice among travelers. If the idea intrigues you, here are 5 tips that can help you out.
A family member who’s entered hospice would like to take a trip. What are the travel insurance implications for this person and other family members?