Travel Insurance

Protecting your travel investment with comprehensive insurance should help safeguard travelers from unexpected financial losses in the event your travels are interrupted, canceled, or disrupted for any reason.

With any form of travel, but especially with expedition cruises, taking out travel insurance is always a sensible decision in case something goes wrong. South America and Southeast Asia as exotic cruise destinations are no exception, and Rainforest Cruises strongly recommend purchasing travel insurance immediately upon booking your vacation. Most policies require insurance to be purchased within 14 days of initial booking.

Make sure the policy you choose is right for you, checking it has adequate levels of coverage for the activities you will be participating in, including cruises. We recommend coverage should, at a minimum, include:

Before you go ahead and purchase insurance though, you might want to check whether any – and sufficient – travel insurance is included with your credit card as policies are often included in the perks. If it isn’t, citizens of the United States may like to consider Travel Guard‘s Preferred and Deluxe plans, which offer a variety of coverage options and allow you to add on benefits like Cancel For Any Reason.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for with a Travel Guard plan, or if you wish to compare Travel Guard’s plans to other insurance providers, US citizens can compare and purchase travel insurance policies via the travel insurance comparison website Squaremouth. If you are not a US citizen, (AIG) Travel Guard may still have some options for you here, dependent upon your nationality.

Questions relating to coverage must be referred to the relevant insurer. Always read the terms and conditions of the policy wording and description of coverage before you buy. Please note it is the sole responsibility of the traveler, not Rainforest Cruises, to ensure your insurance requirements are met for your vacation.

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