Category: International Travel (page 2 of 3)

Extraordinary Airports Around the World

Have you ever been delayed at an airport and had nothing to do but wait? Airports around the world are becoming more accommodating and enjoyable for travelers. Several airports have practically become travel destinations themselves because they’re so entertaining. Check out how these airports around the world are breaking the status quo to make your airport experience not only bearable, but fun!
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Staying Healthy While Traveling Abroad

When traveling to a country you have never visited before, you will experience new cultures, try new foods, and push beyond your normal every day comfort zones. With a completely new atmosphere and so many new things to try, we put ourselves in a position where we are more likely to get sick or have an accident. Not only do we need to be healthy before travel plans, but it is important to maintain your health by doing certain things throughout your trip to ensure the best time possible. Here are some tips that will be sure to help keep you safe and healthy while traveling abroad!
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Cancun…Safe, and Full of Life!

So what do you think of when you hear the words Cancun, Mexico?  Do you think party central?  Do you think of crazy college kids acting foolishly and causing a ruckus?  Do you think of the drug cartels when you hear the word Mexico?  Well let me enlighten you…Cancun and it’s hotel zone are very safe! 
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Infographic: A Twin’s Tale of Travel

Travel Insured wanted to show just how much investing in a travel insurance policy could potentially save you. Check out Mark and Marvin’s Tale of Travel!
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Top Travel Trends of 2013

The official travel season has almost officially arrived and it’s time to look at some of the yearly travel trends that keep popping up across the travel industry.  Take a look at some of the newest and most popular trends you may run across in your travels of 2013.
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Trip Cancellation and Trip Interruption

Trip Cancellation and Interruption are some of the most annoying and upsetting things to have to deal with when you have planned a trip. Sometimes situations occur that you never see coming such as breaking a bone, finding yourself suddenly without a job or even a terrorist attack taking place. You can’t plan for everything, and there are times when you are forced to cancel or even interrupt the middle of your planned trip.
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What Does “All-Inclusive” Really Mean?

You’ve read the brochures, searched the internet for cruises and vacation packages –all advertised as “all-inclusive.”
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Family Members May Affect Travel Insurance

Did you know that when you purchase travel insurance, some of your coverage may be affected by family members not traveling with you?
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Importance of Medical Travel Coverage

A couple weeks ago Erin provided tips for staying healthy while traveling (Check it out here), but what happens if you don’t heed her advice and find yourself scrambling for a doctor, or worse, with a serious medical emergency?  The most important thing you can do is purchase a travel protection policy from a third party provider, like TII of course!  One common mistake – err, misconception – Americans have is that our medical insurance, Medicare or credit cards will cover us for medical emergencies outside the country.  Unfortunately, this is not often the case and you could find yourself scrambling to come up with a significant amount of cash to pay for treatment.
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Safety Tips for Traveling Abroad

We wanted to provide you with some helpful tips that are important for every traveler to take before and during a trip abroad in order to have the safest and most enjoyable time possible. While some tips may seem like common sense, it is easy to take on an extremely laid back attitude while traveling and forget some of the most important ways to keep yourself and your traveling partners safe while in a foreign country.

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