Panorama from Rummel Ridge snowshoeing trail in Kananaskis near Canmore

Travel Insurance

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Travel Insurance is one of the most important parts of any trip, and we never go on holiday without it. Did you know many Travel Insurance policies don't cover adventure sports, even something as simple as hiking may not be covered by regular travel insurance.

This is where World Nomads comes in. As part of the booking process you can check if your activity is covered by the base travel insurance policy. If your activity isn't covered, then in many cases you can pay for additional coverage on your policy.

If you've ever needed an evacuation from altitude, you know how expensive a medical emergency can be in the mountains.

Why not get a quote for Travel Insurance from World Nomads and see how it compares to your traditional Travel Insurance? Fill out the form on this page.

We personally use World Nomads ourselves, and have found it to be significantly cheaper than buying travel insurance through a travel agent or other online venues. What we like most is we can upgrade the standard Travel Insurance to cover trekking and other adventure sports.

By purchasing your travel insurance through the World Nomads link on our site, you are also supporting, as we get a small commission for each purchase. This small commission helps to fund our site and add more exciting and free content to our site, helping you to explore the world on foot, bike and ski.

Note that Inc does not sell insurance nor do we make any recommendations for which insurance product is right for you. If you have any questions please direct them to World Nomads. Inc is not liable for any aspect of insurance selling or provision.

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