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Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is important, that's why we provide a complimentary $200,000 Emergency Medical Evacuation and $5,000 Emergency Medical Insurance with each itinerary we create. However, we highly recommend purchasing additional travel insurance that includes trip cancellation among other coverages.

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Why should I purchase additional travel insurance?

In addition to the policy we include for emergency situations, we highly recommend supplemental coverage options from Travel Insurance Select, or another insurance provider of your choice, to provide you with your choice of the following coverages:

  • Trip Cancellation
  • Trip Interruption
  • Air Ticket Cancellation
  • Baggage Delay
  • Baggage Loss
  • Medical Expense
  • And more...

We are unable to vary from our stated cancellation & refund policy regardless of cause. Your best protection is to purchase supplemental travel insurance with trip cancellation and trip interruption coverages.

You will receive more information on how to purchase supplemental insurance upon sign up, or visit Travel Insurance Select online to review or purchase the plans we recommend. Please note, when purchasing supplemental travel insurance from Travel Insurance Select, the Emergency Medical Evacuation and Emergency Medical Insurance that we provide with each trip increases your coverage for emergency medical evacuation and emergency medical expenses.

When should I purchase additional travel insurance?

For maximum benefits you should purchase your insurance within 15 days of your initial trip deposit. The plans offered by Travel Insurance Select will NOT include a pre-existing conditions waiver or Cancel for Any Reason (Elite Plan only) if insurance is purchased after this time period.

How does the company you recommend, Travel Insurance Select, define a pre-existing condition?

A new condition, a change in medication or dosage during the 60-day period immediately prior to the insurance purchase would be considered a pre-existing condition. The taking of medication to control an on-going condition, if the medication or dosage does not change, is not considered a pre-existing condition. A heart condition, high blood pressure, asthma, etc. may be considered by most to be a pre-existing condition but not necessarily with Travel Insurance Select as long as the condition remains stable within that 60-day period. This only applies to the traveling parties and not immediate family members.