Travel insurance is very important to have when traveling doesn’t go as planned. Insurance protects you, your money and provides you with full or partial reimbursements. It can also cover trip cancellations and medical care, if needed. Choosing the right travel insurance can be tiring but very important. The right way to begin of course is through Travel Insurance Quotes..
Travel insurance quotes help compare your options for a specific trip. If you’re going to a different country, on a cruise or cross-country, each trip has different coverage options that will appeal to you.
When traveling […] Read more
If you are an European traveler it’s important to protect yourself with comprehensive travel insurance for Europe. Some travelers mistakenly believe that their own private health insurance is adequate to cover any mishap overseas. Before traveling, everyone should check their specific policy and pay special attention to exclusions, benefits and excesses. Many times a private health insurer will offer the option of travel insurance in the fine print, but it isn’t included in the policy.
Travel insurance for Europe can be a necessity if it isn’t included in your regular policy. It can cover unforeseen flight delays […] Read more
Travel insurance is a necessity when preparing for a trip. Comparison between travel insurance policies is good practice because it is done to select the best possible option. It is possible to still end up making bad decisions even after making the most astute comparisons between insurance plans. This is as a result of some common mistakes that people make when comparing travel insurance policies. This problem is an understandable one, because there are a lot of things to consider and a lot of information to look out for. It is therefore important for one to know the […] Read more
Schengen areas is comprised of 25 common territory countries including Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Greece and Sweden to name a few. For any Nigerian citizen looking to visit these exciting countries, it is key to understand the whole process. Here are some tips to ensuring your visit to Schengen areas go smoothly.
1) If you’re planning on visiting more than just one Schengen country, it may be wisest to apply at the local Consulate where you will spend the most time at. If you plan on visiting Germany for 10 days and Poland for […] Read more
Whether you are studying, traveling for business, traveling for pleasure or in an emergency situation, you need a Schengen visa to enter most countries of the Schengen area. There are three different types of the Schengen visa. Be sure to know which one you need for your precise circumstance, as the conditions vary among the three.
U.S.V (Uniform Schengen Visa): USV visas are best for travelers and allow you to reside in or transit to the following areas for a maximum time period of 90 days in each 6-month period starting from the date of entry. Belgium, Malta, Netherlands, […] Read more
Taking a trip? Checked everything on the travel list? Luggage, clothes, transportation, room and board plans secured? Everything looks complete and plans have been made for lost luggage, medical emergencies or the unexpected…no? It is perhaps the one and potentially most important aspect of travel that goes without consideration, trip insurance or holiday insurance as the case may be.
The farther from home and the more expensive the trip the more important insurance becomes to ensure that all goes well, and even if it doesn’t then that will be accounted for as well. If the trip is […] Read more
The Schengen Area was named after the popular “Schengen Agreement” back in 1995, when 26 member states, having opened up their international borders to each other abolished all barriers to movement among the countries. Simply put, the schengen countries (in the Schengen Area) are in agreement to eliminate border controls with other Schengen member countries and collectively strengthen border controls with the non-Schengen states. Out of the twenty-eight European Union member states, twenty-two are actively involved in the Schengen agreement and hence make up the Schengen Area.
The present population of the Schengen area is over 400 […] Read more
Let’s say you take a trip to your homeland in Nigeria and get sick. Or, you travel to an exotic place like Belgium and have a diving accident. You likely are going to have to arm yourself with some type of travel insurance. Being able to strategically compare travel insurance options will help you make a wise decision on your next trip. Just like with any purchase, comparison shopping is important. Knowing what to look for is going to help you make the best decision possible. Here are some things to consider when shopping for travel insurance.