Starting September 2019, we will require all travelers to provide proof of current and adequate travel insurance 30 days prior to departure. Travelers are solely responsible for obtaining their own travel insurance. Travel insurance must cover personal injury, medical expenses, loss of or damage to luggage, repatriation expenses, and evacuation expenses. We strongly recommend that travel insurance addresses trip cancellation coverage. The bookings (including the deposit and the remaining payment) are non-refundable; Trip cancellation* insurance may be the only means of receiving reimbursement for flights and other non-refundable travel expenses should the trip be cancelled for any reason by you. Failure to provided proof of insurance will lead to cancellation of your spot on the trip.
There are many options of travel insurance to choose from. Take a look at a few below: