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Gone are the days of people going on holiday and lying on a beach for two weeks. More and more people are now looking for some activity on their holiday, be it a gentle round of golf or skiing down a black run, and there’s never been a more perfect time to get active. There are now plenty of specialist travel agents that will arrange a cycling holiday through Tuscany, Timber rafting in Sweden or riding a Lipizzaner-Arab cross horse through Transylvania, to name just a few, basically whatever you want to do someone seems to be able to arrange a holiday for it, which is great news if you fancy taking on a new challenge or bonding with others over similar interests.
When considering a holiday that involved some activity, it is essential that you have a travel insurance policy that covers the activity’s you are taking part in. Many of the cheaper travel insurance policies you find on comparison sites will exclude any activity, even something you would consider risk free like snorkelling, so check the exclusions on any policy you consider buying very carefully. If you are taking part in higher risk activities like climbing or yacht racing you would be best seeking out a travel insurance specialist like Insurancewith, we not only have specialist travel insurance with medical conditions policies like travel insurance with cancer cover, travel insurance for people with diabetes and breast cancer travel insurance, we are also able to offer cover on over 200 different activities whilst you are on holiday.
By making sure you have the correct travel insurance policy for your needs, be it covering the sporting activities you are going to take part in, or fully covering your medical condition will give you the peace of mind to fully relax and enjoy your much looked forward to holiday.
Whilst you might not expect anything to go wrong whilst you’re enjoying a game of cricket or taking part in some aerobics, it’s better to pay out a little and be covered for any potential situation, rather than have to pay out a lot should something happen to you – which is why travel insurance which covers everything you plan on taking part in whilst you’re away- the new challenges and bonding opportunities – is important.