World Nomads travel insurance has been designed by travelers for travelers, to help you explore your boundaries.
Get travel insurance for emergency medical, trip interruption and damaged baggage.
Is Asia your next overseas destination? We can help with some key insurance tips.
Ready to travel again? Medical and financial travel benefits for when you’re ready to visit Europe.
Is Great Britain your next overseas destination? We can help with travel insurance tips and coverage.
Travel insurance to get you exploring South Africa’s wildlife, its mesmerizing landscapes and incredible culture.
Traveling to Germany? Check out our travel insurance plans which may help safeguard you for your next overseas adventure.
31 states. Countless adventures. Make sure you’re covered for medical emergencies, baggage and personal belongings, and more.
Travel insurance tips for Thailand. World Nomads offers coverage for theft, medical emergencies, some coronavirus-related events and more.
Travel insurance may help as you explore the calderas, discover ancient ruins and sail the Mediterranean.
I was surfing and was bitten by a shark in Tortuga Bay, Galapagos Is. I was able to walk to the medical center in nearby Puerto Ayora, where I received emergency medical treatment from Dr. Idrovo. The treatment consisted of cleaning the wound, local anesthetic and ten stitches. A course of antibiotics and anti-inflammatories/ pain-killers was prescribed. A follow of check 24 hours later (today) revealed no infection. I am able to provide photos of the injury and treatment.
Travel insurance for independent travelers and intrepid families. Nobody wants to think about all the things that could go wrong on their trip, but these things can and do happen. So be prepared and get your travel insurance today.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact many travellers around the world. Before you buy, read the travel alerts and check government travel advice and restrictions for your destination(s) as these may impact cover, or your ability to travel. NOTE: A 48-hour waiting period (time excess) applies to some Coronavirus-related cancellation cover; other waiting periods may apply.