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Tips to Prepare for a Cruise

Tips to Prepare for a Cruise

October is Plan a Cruise Month! Cruising is a great way to travel and see the world, and now is a great time to start planning a cruise trip. To make the most of your trip we compiled some of the best tips to help you prepare for your next cruise trip.

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U.S. Travel ID Requirements Coming in 2018

travel id requirements

In an effort to make traveling even more secure, there will be new identification rules for air travel in the United States starting in 2018. If you don’t have the proper identification, you may be required to bring your passport even when you aren’t going international! For non-travelers, this probably won’t pose an issue. But if you plan to board an aircraft for a domestic flight, this may affect you.

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Tips for Traveling with a Group

Tips for Traveling with a Group

Traveling with a group can be a challenge. Everyone travels differently and it can cause arguments or tension if you disagree. If you prepare yourself and your expectations of a group trip, it can be a lot of fun. The best memories are often made with a group, so Travel Insured has some tips to help your trip go more smoothly.

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How to Take Care of Medical Issues Abroad

how to take care of medical issues abroad

Getting sick on vacation isn’t fun, but getting sick outside of the U.S. can be even worse. Seeking medical treatment abroad can be a hassle, so it’s important to prepare yourself and consider a travel protection plan.

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Do I Need Travel Protection for Hurricane Season?

hurricane season

A storm can put a damper on your travel plans. When a devastating hurricane hits, people tend to hear about messy travel delays and cancellations, but as time passes they forget about that impact on travel plans. Though science tries to predict what each hurricane season will be like, it’s still mostly unpredictable, which is why a travel protection plan can be useful!

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How to Protect Your Belongings at the Beach

protect your beach belongings

With summer on its way, travelers will be hitting the beach every day! For the most part, you can trust your fellow beachgoers, but what would you do if someone stole your personal belongings while you took a dip in the ocean? We have some tips on how to protect your belongings at the beach to try to prevent this from happening.

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5 Myths about Travel Agents

myths about travel agents

With so many changes happening to the travel industry, it can be challenging for travel agents. The internet might be the biggest hurdle to get customers to choose a travel agent over self-booking. We found this and some other popular myths about travel agents and explain why they’re not true.
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Keeping Your Money Safe While Traveling

keeping your money safe while traveling
Travelers are more concerned about protecting their money from loss or theft when traveling than they are during their normal day-to-day. Thieves often roam touristy areas because they know people are from out of town and are likely carrying cash. Keep reading to learn some of the safety measures you can take to help keep your money where it belongs – with you.

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Why Millennials Should Buy Travel Protection

why millennials should buy travel protection

Millennials are traveling more and more often, but how many actually invest in travel protection? Most young people couldn’t afford to dig into their savings for unexpected circumstances. So if you think of travel protection as a thing that older travelers need, know that there is value for travelers of all ages! Check out our top reasons why young travelers should purchase a plan.

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2017 Travel Trends

travel trends

Another new year has begun, bringing along some new travel trends. 2016’s trends were great for travelers, with more Wi-Fi availability and a strong U.S. Dollar. In 2017 travel could be changing but there are still many great trends that travelers can look forward to.

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