Nepal welcomes people from every part of the world. The uniqueness and diversities in geography do not mean it is not an entirely safe destination. Travel insurance is the most important thing you must do before applying here. Many travel insurance policies will only cover up to 4000m in altitude. You must have travel insurance. The Travel policy of your origin country is expertly essential in the event of luggage loss, sickness, injuries, or death. Trekking company guides are not liable for any damage while trekking or climbing caused due to natural calamities.
It’s always good to be on the safe side of the fence: Things could go wrong on vacation. An unexpected accident, illness, stolen money or luggage, injuries or cancelled flight due to a severe incident are a few examples. Your family may need to fly out to be with you if there is an incident. Travel insurance covers all these risks and more. Visitors must maintain a high degree of personal security awareness every time.
SAFETY AND SECURITY: Solo travellers are responsible for their safety with the insurance policy. You should conduct a detailed review of all the possible long-stay travel/holiday insurance policy providers. Ensure to think one step ahead in detail about what you might be doing during your stay in Nepal to include any potential activities in your long-stay travel/holiday insurance policy.
The following are some of the benefits of the Travel Bond Policy:
Personal Belongings: The value of personal luggage is covered for items accidentally lost, stolen, or damaged.
Cancellations and Curtailments: If you have to cancel your holiday or cut it short due to the sickness or injury of a close member of the family or partner you are travelling with, travel insurance covers all expenses which you are unable to get back.
Medical Expenses: Insurance firms pay medical expenses and hospital fees, including any costs of getting you to the hospital (land, water, or air ambulance) if you get sick or injured. The cost of getting you home with a trained nurse or doctor is included in the policy if medical staffs consider that you require medical emergency repatriation.
Baggage Delay: Insurance firms will reimburse you the cost of purchasing necessities in the events like your baggage being delayed or lost for more than 24 hours.
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Travellers to Nepal should check their travel and trekking insurance policies to ensure they are covered while travelling in Nepal. If requested, we can also help you get your insurance, but we strongly recommend that you insure yourselves before heading to Nepal. You can let us know your needs, and we will guide you to the best possible insurance.