No one expects the
unexpected...and the rental of vacation villas is a business where the
owners will not refund for a cancellation. It may sound tough, but if
you were the owner would you after the villa has been reserved and at
the last minute someone couldn't go? However...
YOU CAN BE PROTECTED for any unexpected cancellations....
Travel Worry free with
* Pre-ex waiver for existing conditions - Expanded protection
in case of terrorism
* Supplier default coverage - Natural Disasters, Bad weather
or FAA airport shutdowns
* Choice of coverage plans with different cost options
to fit your needs...
Forecasters report that the
pattern of hurricanes wreaking havoc on the Southeastern U.S., Mexico
and the Caribbean may be with us for years to come. These areas attract
millions of tourists each year - and rely on tourism for economic and
community support. Travelers should continue to visit these beautiful
destinations but should prepare for possible storms by learning more
about travel insurance and assistance and buying a plan that meets their
specific needs. Allianz Insirance has many years of experience helping
travelers during volatile situations, including natural disasters and
terrorism. We help travelers recover lost trip investments, get emergency
medical assistance and evacuation and much more.
Which Insurance plan should I purchase?
Allianz Classic plan provides comprehensive coverage including Trip
Cancellation & Interruption, Travel Delay and Missed Connection.
In addition, Classic provides Emergency Medical and Dental, Emergency
Medical Transportation, Baggage Coverage and our 24-hour Emergency Assistance
Hotline. Classic is affordably priced and is best suited for family
vacations, cruises and business trips.
When should you purchase your coverage? Comprehensive travel insurance policies can protect
your family vacation investment, but like all types of insurance, you
must buy it before the storm is a sure thing. Travelers should purchase coverage when they book
their trip. We suggest doing this for all trips regardless of
your destination or the time of year you are traveling. Storm-related
claims may only be valid if the policy was bought before the storm,
hurricane or associated warning is announced by the National Weather
Service. Once warnings are issued, it is considered a "foreseeable event"
and no longer eligible for coverage.