7 Good Reasons For Travel Insurance

For thousands of years, risks have been shared during times of tragedy. The first formal insurance company, Lloyd’s of London, was formed in 1769 and their principal concept remains today – to gather the premiums of clients as a pool of resources to return to clients who experience unexpected but covered events. So, that is the secret really, plan for the unexpected and make sure you’re covered, especially when you’re travelling. Whether your trip is a quick one or a round the world cruise, there are many good reasons for travel insurance. Here are just 7:

Medical Emergencies: If you fall sick or are injured during your travel, your travel insurance will give you financial coverage.

Flight Cancellations: If your flight is cancelled or delayed then your travel insurance should help. Depending on the cover available, a room for the night and even alternative travel home can be included.

Pre-existing Medical Conditions: Even if you have a pre-existing medical condition and it flares up while you’re on vacation, as long as you’ve advised your travel insurance company prior, you should be covered.

Damage or Loss Of Personal property – What are you going to do when your luggage gets stolen? Yes, it happens, all the time. There are organised gangs that work in airports doing just that. Guess what? You need travel insurance.

Loss of Cash or Traveller’s Cheques – You’re in a foreign country far from home. You either lose, or have stolen, your entire holiday fund. You’re going to need help and quick. Again, travel insurance is a must.

Emergency Evacuations – What with global warming and economic pressure more and more holiday destinations are being built in potentially dangerous territory. Who would have wanted to be in Thailand on that Boxing Day? Travel insurance will help if you have to get out quick.

Car Crash – It can be very difficult driving on the wrong side of the road in a strange country. Accidents happen.

Okay, there you have it. 7 good and solid reasons why you need travel insurance the next trip you make. The other alternative of course is to not take out travel insurance, or to stay at home. Now, there’s an idea. But seriously, as always when taking out insurance, especially travel insurance, read the fine print. Importantly, find out before you go what is excluded, not just included. So, always read the fine print. For example, accidental coverage is not provided in case of drunken driving, driving under the influence of narcotic substances etc. Exclusions are also provided for accidents during risky sports like bungee jumping, car racing, scuba diving, white water rafting, flying (except as passenger in regular airliners), gliding, skiing, bike racing, diving, mountaineering, windsurfing etc. The list goes on (insert for your favorite potentially dangerous sport here). That means in case of accidents in these situations the insurance company is not liable to pay any amount to the insured.

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Steps to Get the Best Travel Membership Club.

Step by step instructions to pick a travel club membership isn’t troublesome on the off chance that you realize what to search for. These days, there are more individuals who are hoping to spare cash. These clubs are an extraordinary method to not just save cash on your excursion or business travel, however, they are membership clubs is an incredible method to spare time because you can search discounts with a click of a button and  be done.  Stop searching the internet for discounts and join the club.

These clubs likewise offer you extra travel services, for example, carrier booking which is a gigantic help. Tips When Searching For Travel Club Memberships:

  • Don’t spend thousands of dollars on a membership club. There are companies that charge thousands or tens of thousands and have limited discounts available. Imagine paying only $19.95 per month or only $199 per year and receiving up to 70% off on travel, entertainment, recreation and even local discounts that you can use daily?
  • Be cautious! Membership clubs open and close down daily. When selecting the right membership club be sure they have been around for at least 10 years.
  • Find a travel club that offers travel reward points for every dollar that you spend so you can enjoy free vacations and trips.

Consider to what extent they have been doing business         

On the off chance that you take a gander at the costs of travel and contrast them with membership, you will see that the best travel bargains out there are those inside a membership. These memberships offer you or you and your family the opportunity to remain at 4 and 5-star inns, condominiums, hotels, and etc. that will save your family hundreds if not thousands each time you travel.

Memberships are frequently a decent decision for individuals going with families since you can save a tremendous amount of money and have extra money doing things you enjoy. You can book 4 or 5 star resorts, inns and different lodging for the price of a 1 or 2 start hotel!

These clubs offering you discounted travel is turning into the genuine method to travel now since public sites do not offer discounts anymore due to the rate parity law. There are some membership clubs that are related to timeshare, so be careful and do your research.

  • What you should search for if you are interested in joining a club.
  • Make sure they offer discounts that are not available to the public.
  • Search for a club that offers more than travel. There are membership clubs that offer local discounts which will save you money throughout the entire year.

Ensure that you are not being charged any extra monies outside of the real cost of the membership and the delivery of membership card. Some memberships are loaded with hidden fees, so be careful when selecting the right membership.

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Quito, Ecuador
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Buenos Aires
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Argentina is known for many things. From tango to food to history to coffee to colorful streets, find it all in Buenos Aires, the most fun city in Argentina.
Dubai
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Dubai is a hub for travelers from all over the world, connecting travelers from every hemisphere. Known for its record breaking luxury, Dubai can also be enjoyed on a record breaking budget.
Las Vegas
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Whether you’re looking for the craziest night you won’t remember or for something unique to do with your family, Las Vegas is a luxurious oasis popping out in the middle of the budget desert.
Curacao
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If you’re looking for a tropical vacation on a budget, Curaçao should be your next vacation. The island offers diverse cultural heritage, colorful buildings & murals, and national parks to get your heart pumping.
San Jose, Costa Rica
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Aside from the beer and coffee culture, markets that are great for eating and shopping, and some of the most breathtaking natural views in the world, it’s no wonder pura vida is a way of life here.
Mazatlan, Mexico
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Known as the “Pearl of the Pacific”, Mazatlán boasts white sand beaches at its resorts and historical sites and a unique arts scene within in the city itself.
Santiago, Chile
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Santiago’s rich yet turbulent history has transformed the city into one of the country’s most fascinating. Unforgettable food, incredible scenery & a wild nightlife together offer a mix of opulence & carefreeness.
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7 Tips for couples before travelling

In a life that is dictated by routines, vacations and travelling is a thing that helps keep us sane. The idea of taking annual leaves regularly makes a lot of sense. The last thing any of us want, on his or her travel, is a non-compatible travel partner. If you are on your own, traveling with a friend or looking for a travel companion, a few tips might help you from having a trip to hell. Here are seven tips for traveling as a couple:

• Decide upfront why you are going and what you want to get out of the trip.

• Money has the potential of destroying the best of friendships, let alone create problems if your travel companion is a mere acquaintance. Its best to decide what, where, and how much you will be spending on mutual expenses. Be sure to look for good travel discounts

• Prepare a tentative itinerary; places you want to visit, things to do and time to be spent at each location.

• Travelling with some one has benefits, but even then, you should get sometime to yourself. Make allowance for time that each will be spending on their own.

• Every one enjoys different aspects of travel. It’s good to figure out each others preferences before getting stuck together on a rather costly trip. Some of us are night people while others can’t keep their eyes open after dark. Some like everything decided and planned, others are more spontaneous. Some like to indulge in the culture while others prefer to immerse in the sights only. Make sure you and your companion share some views, if not all, regarding travelling.

• Unless you are a 100% sure about the person you are travelling with, pack some earplugs, they can be a life line during an otherwise sleepless night.

• Have an open mind & a generous heart. Give the other person some space & make the most of your solo time as well. Have fun and keep it enjoyable for both.

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New Orleans
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“I’m not sure, but I’m almost positive, that all music comes from New Orleans” – Ernie K-Doe. From day to night, enjoy brass bands, street parades, funk artists, and everything in between.
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Nashville is called “Music City” for a reason. This city is home to unique dive bars, fancy symphony halls, and some of the best country music joints in the U.S.
Austin
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Don’t miss out on Austin, where you’ll find world famous music festivals, mouth-watering restaurants with local artist performances, and plenty of ways to “Keep Austin Weird”.
Detroit
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Some of the biggest names in music history have graced the stages of Detroit before they were famous. Who knows? Maybe you’ll see the next future Bob Dylan or Eminem!
Cleveland
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Live music, classic concert halls and typical American eats no matter where you find yourself, Cleveland offers a unique music venue for everyone.
Portland
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Portland offers live music hot spots combined with your choice of bohemian ambiance, dancing, art shows and food fairs. You name it, Portland has found a way to make it eclectic.
Seattle
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Is it any surprise that the city that gave us Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana also gives us some of the best live music venues in the country? From laid-back to high end, from grunge to classical, Seattle has it all.
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Known as the home to blues, visit the city’s famous “Beale Street” for nearly 2 miles of venues where you can indulge in music history, live blues bands, and southern goodies to snack on.
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