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Apr

How Travel Insurance Can Help on Your Trip to Israel

Written by admin. Posted in Birthright travel to israel, Jewish travel to israel, Taglit birthright

Whether your travel for work, holiday, or educational purposes, you know that it’s important to stay healthy when you’re away from home. Many people may not be aware that their health insurance policies are not valid when they are overseas, and that they need to buy special coverage to cover their healthcare needs for that period. If you’re planning a trip to Israel, you might want to look up the policies offered by different companies to find the coverage you need.

Planning your holiday
When you’re planning a holiday such as a trip to Israel, you remember to pack everything you need. You’ve probably spent some time learning basic phrases in Hebrew, and read up on the history and culture. And you’re looking forward to seeing such awesome sights as the old city of Jerusalem and the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea, oddly enough, is actually 1,388 feet below sea level, making it the place with the lowest elevation in earth.
One thing you may have missed out, however, is to sign up for travel insurance. Most people know that they want to stay healthy while traveling. At the same time, they don’t realize that their medical insurance policies often are not applicable when they are overseas. For instance, Medicaid is not applicable when traveling abroad.

Buying a travel insurance policy
A travel insurance policy covers everything from lost luggage to medical evacuations. It provides worldwide coverage, from Caribbean islands to a cruise on the blue Danube. It will cover any medical or healthcare needs you might encounter on your trip to Israel. Besides medical expenses, travel insurance covers many of the risks and accidents that might be encountered while traveling.
These can include lost baggage, missed or cancelled flights, theft and even emergency evacuation. The insurance policy covers the financial losses sustained by any such events. Supplemental policies such as identity theft or flight insurance, which provide life insurance while on board the airplane, may not be needed in every case.

When planning your foreign travel, such as a trip to Israel, you may want to consider purchasing travel insurance. Not only does it cover any healthcare needs, it will also cover financial expenses brought about by lost baggage, flight cancellation and medical evacuation.

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