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Travel insurance for hurricanes should be purchased earlyUnlike other natural disasters, hurricanes are slightly more predictable and travelers can get information about the storm ahead of time. This makes travelers a bit more confident in their travel plans. However each year, RoamRight sees a handful of travelers who opted out of insurance – until it was too late.

If you have travelers going anywhere along the Atlantic Coast, the Gulf of Mexico or the Caribbean, they should be prepared.

Schengen Visa and Travel Insurance

Published on Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Schengen Countries require travel insurance.If your travelers go to Europe, you’re probably very familiar with the Schengen Visa. Schengen countries allow travelers to go freely across borders.

RoamRight offers several plans that meet the requirements of the Schengen Visa. Find out how you can offer these travel insurance plans to your travelers.
Road trip insurance is a key part of driving vacationsRenting and driving a car in another country can be a scary experience no matter how experienced the traveler. The first time my husband and I traveled in Spain, we rented a car in Sevilla and drove to the village of Nerja on the Mediterranean, an area known as the Costa del Sol, or Coast of the Sun. It’s where I celebrated a significant birthday and life was good.

Until we were just a few miles from the Sevilla airport for our return flight home. Road construction forced four lanes of traffic into two via an army of orange barrels and cones. As we slowly merged into another lane, we clipped the side view mirror on an orange barrel, snapping it off and shattering the driver’s window.

What Your Clients Should Know About Train Travel

Published on Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Follow these tips to give your travelers a great train vacation.Once while traveling in northern British Columbia, my train stop was a couple of cinder blocks and a piece of plywood, identified to passersby with a simple red flag. The lodge we were visiting was a few miles away and this was the most convenient transportation option. Lodge operators picked us up, literally out in the middle of nowhere, and the train picked us up there again a few days later. No airline would have been able to provide the service.

A New Travel Trend: Hut to Hut Hiking

Published on Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Hut To Hut Hiking is popular in Switzerland. Plan a trip for your clients.Inspired by books like Cheryl Strayed’s Wild and Bill Bryson’s A Walk in the Woods, and the movies based on these books starring Reese Witherspoon, Robert Redford, and Nick Nolte, your clients may be asking about vacations where hiking is part of the experience.

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