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Travel Insurance

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  • What happens if I need medical care while traveling to another country? 
     Check the coverages of your health insurance policy. Most healthcare plans do not provide worldwide emergency treatment. Many countries require upfront payment before treatment can begin. It will be up to you to file the claim with your US insurance carrier for reimbursement. Additionally, if you don’t speak the language, consider the ramifications of not having an advocate to help. 

  • How much money can I afford to lose? 
     Aside from the cancellation expense, let’s examine what could happen if you are injured while traveling. Did you know an air ambulance can run between $100,000 and $500,000? A visit to the ship’s medical center for a cold or flu could cost $5,000. Travel insurance policies not only cover you for cancellation, but also for unforeseen medical expenses.

  • What are the chances I will need to cancel my trip?
     Wouldn’t we all love to have a crystal ball? What if you break your foot climbing the stairs, as you're packing your bags? What if a parent unexpectedly ends up in the hospital, right before you are planning to leave? We’ve seen countless unexpected incidents occur right before travel. Travel insurance will protect you for unforeseen events–even those tied to your immediate family members. 

  • What activities am I planning for my trip?
     The more active you are, the more potential you have for injury. It is important to purchase a plan that offers emergency medical coverage. 

You may review the policies below and Anchor Travel Experts LLC will gladly quote a policy for you whether you booked your trip with us or not!

Insurance for most states with the exception of NY, CA, CO, DC, FL, ID, IL, MO, OR, PA, RI, TN, TX 

New York Residents