Travel insurance is a type of visitors insurance policy designed to provide financial protection and assistance for unexpected events that may occur during a trip. Here are some common coverage areas of travel insurance:

Trip Cancellation/Interruption:

Reimburses non-refundable trip costs if you need to cancel or interrupt your trip due to covered reasons such as illness, injury, or death of you, a traveling companion, or a family member.

Emergency Medical Expenses:

Covers medical expenses incurred due to illness or injury while traveling, including hospital stays, doctor visits, and medication. Some policies also cover emergency medical evacuation to transport you to a suitable medical facility.

Baggage Loss/Delay:

Provides coverage for lost, stolen, or damaged luggage and personal belongings during your trip. It may also offer reimbursement for essential items purchased due to baggage delay.

Trip Delay:

Offers reimbursement for additional expenses incurred due to trip delays, such as accommodation, meals, and transportation.

Travel Assistance Services:

Provides access to 24/7 emergency assistance services, including medical assistance, legal assistance, and travel information.

Travel Accident Coverage:

Pays a benefit in the event of accidental death or dismemberment while traveling.

Rental Car Coverage: Offers coverage for damage to or theft of rental vehicles during your trip.

It’s essential to carefully review the terms, conditions, and exclusions of a travel insurance policy to understand precisely what is covered and any limitations or restrictions that may apply. Coverage can vary depending on the insurance provider and the specific policy you choose.