Travelling Abroad For The Festive Season
As the year draws to a close, many choose to travel abroad during the holidays to celebrate Christmas and New Years with their families and friends. Whether you are going skiing in Vermont or chasing the Christmas sun, the festive season is known for being one of the busiest travel periods. In all the excitement of packing for a well-deserved trip and shopping for Christmas presents, travel insurance is often the last thing that comes to a travellers mind. Yet, not making it a top priority could be setting you up for festive disaster.
Common Christmas Travel Risks To Be Mindful Of
Travelling at any time of the year will always present some unwelcome and unpredictable travel risks. During the holidays, however, these can seem even worse. The last thing that anyone wants when travelling before Christmas is to have a travel mishap. Unfortunately, these can’t always be avoided but with the right protection, they may be easier to handle.
If you are travelling abroad for the holidays or even to another part of Canada, stay mindful of the potential problems that you may encounter and ask yourself whether you are properly prepared in the event that they happen. Covering all bases prior to travelling during the festive season will ensure that it will be a magical season no matter what happens. One way of doing this is to ensure that you have travel insurance.
Mistakes can happen and oftentimes our baggage can get lost between destinations. Whether travelling by aeroplane, boat or car it is very easy for our bags to be accidentally misplaced. Many people who travel during the holiday season take gifts with them. With people buying the latest technological gadgets and devices for their loved ones, if these get lost in transit it could end up costing you more than expected. With travel insurance, you can rest easy in the knowledge that if baggage does go missing all your belongings and gifts will be covered.
Travelling can be a little stressful at the best of times. With Christmas being such a busy time of the year for the travel industry, it is not uncommon for you to encounter trip delays. Whether it is a cancelled flight or a delayed connection, there is nothing worse than experiencing travel stress during the festive period. With the right trip insurance plan, you can be sure that if your flight or boat does get delayed you and your family will be compensated. Even if it is not your idea of the perfect festive holiday abroad, being covered in the event of trip delays will help make your trip a little less stressful.
Sadly, medical emergencies occur no matter where we are in the world. Whether you are going on a ski trip or vacationing in South America, family members can fall ill and accidents can happen. Prior to travelling, it is important to ensure that if a medical emergency occurs that you have the right protection in place. Even if you are travelling to another part of Canada, there is no guarantee that provincial health coverage will cover any medical expenses that you incur while travelling during the holidays. With travel insurance, you can get added protection against medical emergencies. So, you can travel this Christmas knowing that you and your family will always be kept safe.
How To Find The Perfect Coverage For You And Your Family
With the Christmas period only a few days away, having trip insurance in place is essential before your departure. If you don’t yet have a travel insurance plan, it is important to shop around for the right plan for your family. Make sure that a travel coverage will protect in you and your family in the event of lost baggage, medical emergencies and trip delays.
JAUNTIN’ knows how important it is for you to stay safe while travelling during the holidays. The Travel Guard On Demand app allows you to get coverage easily in just the swipe of a finger. In under two minutes, you can activate your travel insurance for the duration of your trip and stay safe in the knowledge that you are protected. We provide cover without any of the hassle, ensuring you have a magical trip this festive season.