Travel Insurance


As a travel agent, I highly recommend buying travel insurance in this post-Covid world

Travel insurance is an essential investment for anyone planning a vacation. While traveling, you are exposed to a range of risks, including medical emergencies, trip cancellations, lost or stolen luggage, and other unforeseen circumstances. Travel insurance can help you mitigate these risks and provide financial protection against any unexpected expenses that may arise


Medical Coverage

Most US medical insurance is not valid when traveling overseas.

For example, if your trip is canceled due to an illness or injury, travel insurance can reimburse you for any non-refundable expenses you have already paid, such as airfare or hotel reservations. Similarly, if you become ill or injured while traveling, travel insurance can cover the cost of medical treatment, including emergency medical evacuation if necessary. In short, purchasing travel insurance can help ensure that you have a stress-free vacation, knowing that you are covered in the event of any unexpected incidents.

Trip Cancellation or Interuption

Even for lost luggage and flight delays

Travel insurance can help you cover the cost of a canceled or interrupted trip due to unforeseen events such as a family emergency, natural disaster, or illness.

Travel insurance can provide coverage for lost, stolen, or damaged luggage or personal belongings, which can be a significant inconvenience and expense.


24 hour assistance

Anytime & Anyplace

Many travel insurance plans offer 24-hour assistance services, which can help you find medical care or get emergency assistance in a foreign country.

Mobile apps even make filing a claim quick and easy! Even tracking your flights to monitor when a flight time changes or if you are due a claim when your time limit is reached.


  1. State of Residence
  2. Arrival & Departure Date
  3. Name & Ages of all Travelers
  4. Total cost of your trip including airfare & accommodations
  5. Initial date of deposit