To find out more about travel insurance with World Nomads please click here.
Please note that we act as agents only and are not a travel insurance provider ourselves.
We understand that after saving your heart out for your upcoming trip, travel insurance may seem like an additional expense you can live without. That said, travel insurance can actually save you money in the event of a medical emergency or travel delay or incident. So, whatever you do, don't forget to pack your travel insurance!
Travel Insurance is compulsory when traveling with our travel partner Topdeck; we want to make sure you're taken care of in the event of a medical emergency or incident. There's nothing worse than waking up to a lost passport, no phone, and no one to call! We recommend World Nomads for your travel insurance needs; as travellers themselves, they know what you need to be covered for and they won’t break the bank. We recommend World Nomads because:
They provide exceptional medical and cancellation cover for travellers from over 140 countries. If you're stuck overseas without cover, they're there. If your plans change on the road, they'll keep you covered.
They recognise you're likely to take iPad's, laptops, digital cameras, mobiles and other technological devices, so all their policies provide cover for this.
They cover over 200 adventure activities from bungee jumping to white water rafting and scuba diving. People love to experience things when they travel so go be adventurous. Claims shouldn't be a hassle, if something happens when you're away, you probably want to keep travelling while your insurance provider sorts it out.
In an emergency, World Nomads are there to help. Whenever and however you need them, no matter what, with 24/7 emergency assistance.
Find out more about World Nomads and their policies here.
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