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These 5 travel destinations get hit by hurricanes & tropical storms most. But don’t let that get in the way of your Atlantic or tropical vacation!
Hurricane season puts travelers on edge, but with these tips from Conde Nast Traveler you can travel more confidently. The article provides tips on how to plan ahead and tells travelers to consider travel insurance.
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?
Our top five tips for insuring a cruise, so you can protect yourself and the money you’ve spent on that fabulous vacation.
We can’t predict what kind of weather is coming. These tips will help you understand how travel insurance can help you prepare for anything.
Our infographic shows which types of travel insurance coverage remain available for purchase after the naming of a storm.
For a family whose home has been badly damaged by fire, flood, or storms, summer vacation may not be possible. Travel insurance can help.
If you’re questioning whether or not hurricane-related coverage is the right thing for you, this flow chart may make the decision a bit easier.
Although June 1 is the official start of hurricane season, sometimes storms come earlier. What does that mean for travelers?