The entire globe has been struggling with COVID-19 for over a year. Coming across all the pain, the loss and the fear this pandemic brought to our lives, we realise now more than ever how important it is to take care of our loved ones, as well as ourselves in every way possible. Our company’s mission is to ensure you enjoy your vacation without being concerned about your health or your safety.
To achieve that we have joined our forces with some of the biggest insurance companies around the world. This collaboration allow us to connect directly with your company’s claim department directly in case any small or bigger incident occurs.
The two most important types of insurance you should have when travelling is health insurance and travel insurance. Health insurance is a way to ensure you and your family can get the best medical care without you worrying about the cost. In a health insurance policy, the cost of medical treatment of the insured person(s) is borne by the insurance company. In exchange for a regular premium paid by you, the insurance company pays for all the expenses related to an illness for which the insured person needs treatment. This includes hospitalization, daycare, post, and pre-hospitalization, etc. And with the cashless facility, your bill is directly settled between the company and the hospital.
On the other hand, travel insurance is coverage designed to protect against risks and financial losses that could happen while traveling. The risks range from minor inconveniences such as missed airline connections and delayed luggage all the way to more serious issues including injuries or major illness. Certain things may not be covered under travel insurance. If you have a preexisting condition, look for a plan that provides a preexisting condition waiver. If you’re visiting an area with political unrest, check into what coverage a policy provides if you wish to cancel due to problems in the area. Travel insurance policies cover some incidences of tour operator defaults due to financial issues. Look into how that’s handled before booking your trip.