Gay Travel Insurance – The Nomadic Boys

Author: , February 20th, 2019

Gay travel insurance - The Nomadic Boys

Travel insurance is a must for any trip, regardless of what you’re doing or where you’re going. Having good cover before jetting off is one of our main tips for staying safe when travelling.

If for whatever reason something goes wrong during your trip, knowing you have travel insurance is really helpful. We experienced this first hand when Seb had to rush home for a family medical emergency. We were (thankfully!) able to make a successful claim on our travel insurance.

In some scenarios, travel insurance is not only important, but a necessary obligation, in particular for certain tourist visa applications and activities like scuba diving. Be sure to read the fine print, as some travel insurance plans do not cover scuba diving if you dive below a specified number of feet or dive without a dive master.

In the past we used to purchase our travel insurance as individuals. But since we got engaged, we regard ourselves as a family unit and completely expect others to do so as well, especially the company from which we are purchasing an insurance policy! Sadly, not all insurance companies do so, which is one of the many reasons why we believe seeking out gay friendly travel insurance companies is so important.

By Stefan Arestis – Full Story at The Nomadic Boys

Should You Buy Travel Insurance?

Author: , March 2nd, 2013

I’m not a clumsy person – when I fell while hiking in Coffee Bay, South Africa a few weeks ago, it was because I was nice enough to move out of the way for a less-agile traveler, and accidentally moved onto some less-than-stable rocks. The good news? I escaped unscathed.

The bad news? My iPhone 4S wasn’t so lucky. “I sure hope you have travel insurance,” said another fellow hiker, who looked over my shoulder as I assayed the damage.

I didn’t – I’ve never carried travel insurance. Unlike more common insurances, such as car insurance, medical insurance or even second home insurance, it doesn’t seem as reliable or foolproof. Plus, I’m careful enough during travel that my losses are minimized anyway.

Authored By Robert Schrader – See the Full Story at Leave Your Daily Hell

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