Snorkelling in the Cayman Islands, kayaking past hundred-foot tall glaciers in the Arctic, spotting wildlife on the coast in the Hebrides, cage-diving with sharks in Cape Town – there are hundreds of great excursions that cruise ships offer their passengers and there’s usually something to provide everyone with a memorable experience on their non-sailing days.
Once you’ve booked your cruise, you’ll be able to browse through and pick excursions offered to you and customise your trip to your tastes at additional cost. Most shore excursions are hugely popular and they book up fast as they operate on a strict first-come first-served policy. To avoid disappointment, InsuranceWith advise you either book early or book through one of the several excursion operators available in each port, which you can book through independently online.
If you are unable to make your planned shore excursion due to illness, cabin confinement or trip cancellation, InsuranceWith cover any excursions that were booked and pre-paid for before you embarked on your cruise, allowing you to deal with any unforeseen event with peace of mind that you won’t be left out of pocket.
If you are taking part in an activity whist on an excursion, please double check our list of ‘covered activities’ to ensure you are fully covered. Click here to see the list.
Below are some tips on excursions:
Posted on: May 21, 2014