Vacation During Hurricane Season: Your First Travel Insurance Reminder

As predicting the unpredictable goes, Hurricane Season is one of the best opportunities travelers have to gaze into the crystal ball of “known perils” and take early steps to prevent vacation disasters. Of course, you might argue that no two hurricane seasons are alike, and some are very mild — almost a non-event. You might also have your confidence bolstered by early models that predict a less active season than usual. So why not just wait and see how the season shapes up before insuring your trip?

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Travel Insurance Tips for Nomadic Retirement

The other day, an NBC News article on so-called “nomadic retirement” caught our attention. Is nomadic retirement the next big trend? It’s hard to say, but one thing is certain: If you’re planning a nomadic retirement experience, travel insurance could play a key role in your health and safety.

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National Park Week: Insuring Your Family Adventure

Tomorrow, April 19, kicks off National Park Week in the U.S. It’s also the beginning of spring break for many schools across the country, which makes this week the perfect time for families to get out and explore together. If you’re planning to be among those taking advantage of the opportunity to take in the sights at one of the country’s parks, these travel insurance tips could come in handy.