A Quick Guide to Switzerland

What you need to know about travel insurance before you book your next trip

When you're planning a vacation, travel insurance is an important consideration. You want to make sure that you're covered in case of any unexpected problems that may come up, both before and during your trip.

There are many different types of travel insurance policies available, so it's important to understand what each one covers. Our standard travel insurance policy includes things like canceled flights, lost luggage, medical emergencies, and more.

Trip Cancellation/Interruption: This covers you if you have to cancel or interrupt your trip for a covered reason, such as a sickness or injury.

Baggage Loss/Delay: This covers your belongings if they are lost or delayed during your trip.

Emergency Medical Coverage: This provides coverage if you need medical attention while on your trip.

Lost or stolen baggage: This provides cover for your baggage if it is lost or stolen while you are traveling. This coverage includes both checked and unchecked baggage. If your baggage is delayed, you will also be reimbursed for any necessary expenses, such as toiletries and clothing.

If you're planning to travel during the long-winded covid pandemic (it just won't seem to go away), it's important to understand how your travel insurance might work if you get sick with Covid-19. Here's what you need to know. 

First, travel insurance policies can vary widely in terms of what they cover. So be sure to read your policy carefully and contact us if you have any questions about coverage.

Second, many countries have implemented travel restrictions and requirements during the pandemic. Some of these may require specific travel insurance coverage for entry.

Third, it's generally best to purchase travel insurance as soon as you book your trip. That way, you'll be covered in case you have to cancel due to illness.

Finally, remember that travel insurance is just one part of staying safe during travel. Be sure to also check travel advisories, follow safety guidelines, and get vaccinated before you go.

  • Travel insurance costs can vary depending on the amount of coverage you need and the price of your trip. dummy Travel insurance  plans typically cost between 4 to 10% of the total trip cost. However, there are budget plans available that may cost less and provide more coverage. Be sure to read what is included in our insurance plans to understand what you're paying for.