We go on holiday to relax and enjoy ourselves so its the perfect time to experience new things. Many tourist locations offer a vast wealth of adventurous activities such as banana boating and water skiing and for those taking part additional cover can sometimes be required or exclusions to your travel insurance may apply.
With policies including a list of activities included as standard in your cover, these activities often include past times such as banana boating, deep sea fishing, golf and water skiing but with each policy being different its up to you to check. Some of these activities will have exclusions regarding levels, heights and distances but again this changes between underwriters.
Whilst a large number of activities are included in most adventure travel policies its always advisable just to check the policy wording, just to make fully sure. The reason for taking out travel insurance is to protect yourself and your family against any unexpected problems whilst away on holiday, so should something you plan on doing not be covered, you need to know about it.
Here at Cheap we include all policy wordings at the time of quote, just for that ease of access.
Winter sports cover provides additional cover to the typical sports although the level of cover and excess can often change based on this type of claim (should be details in policy wording). Activities such as skiing can be extremely dangerous and its not uncommon for an injury, especially to ankles and wrists as its easy to fall awkwardly or twist an ankle when flying down a snowy hil..
Those who take part in a golf holiday do so because they love the sport, the chance to test yourself on one of the top golf courses in the world or simply play in the sunshine whilst enjoying a relaxed atmosphere with friends.
Additional golf cover is often required to cover things like green fees and equipment be it hire costs or your own equipment. A top golf club such as the Callaway Razr Hawk can come in at well over a hundred pounds and the last thing you want is to have to pay out for a new set of clubs should something unfortunate happen.