Medical emergencies, illnesses, trip cancellations, trip interruptions, lost baggage and other unexpected mishaps happen, even on the best trips. That’s why many travellers rely on Emergency Medical Insurance and Non-Medical Travel Insurance to protect them from common claims and other unexpected events.
We understand that travellers have faced many challenges with worldwide travel restrictions and advisories while being urged to come home by their respective countries. These uncertain times have called for unprecedented measures, which were never a part of anyone’s travel plans to begin with.
The uncertainty of travel is definitely something that sparks our wanderlust and makes it exciting. But it also seems that unforeseen events are happening on the daily; whether it’s the devastation of wildfires, menacing hurricanes, civil unrest and protests, epidemics or acts of terrorism, these events have given a new meaning to travelling uncertainty, even
Ever been deathly ill while travelling? Or at least felt like you weren’t going to make it home alive? If you’re a street-food lover or prone to travelling off the beaten track, chances are you have, and you need travel insurance. Half the fun of travelling is the adventure. But our customer, Clara, had an adventure that took a turn for the worst when she got sick in the jungles of Malaysia. Here’s her story.
The first time I visited Mexico City was for an 8-hour layover about 5 years ago. At the time, I didn’t believe in love at first sight, but the second I stepped out of my Uber outside Hotel Condesa, that changed…
It’s not just medical emergencies that can keep you from travelling. And, in light of additional rules now in effect under Canada’s Air Passenger Protection Regulations, it’s the perfect time to outline how travel insurance for delays, cancellations, and interruptions can cover you, too.
We Canadians love to travel, no matter the season! Wherever we’re headed, we know we’ll need to pack travel insurance. But all travel insurance isn’t created equal. And with so many options, sometimes it’s tough to know how to find the perfect plan.
Planning a winter vacation to one of Mexico’s popular destinations: Cancun, Los Cabos, Mazatlán, or Puerto Vallarta? The warm weather, the beaches, the R&R…What’s not to love about vacationing at a Mexican hotspot?
Of all the things that can go wrong during your meticulously-planned vacation, flight delays are some of the most common—and most annoying! Luckily, MyFlyt takes the frustration away for travellers.
On January 1, 2020, Ontario’s Ministry of Health terminates its “Out Of Country” (OOC) coverage for residents. While that sounds scary, it doesn’t have to be! We dug into the changes and have determined 5 key things that Ontarians need to know.