The Cancel for Any Reason (CFAR) option is available as an upgrade on several of our comprehensive travel insurance plans and is a great option that allows travelers to cancel their trip for any reason that is not otherwise covered in their base plan, provided they cancel their trip more than 48 hours before their departure date.
Arriving at your destination without your luggage can ruin your trip. You don’t have your clothes, your gear, or your medications. And if your passport or documents are lost, you have a real problem that is going to require assistance. Don’t let this common problem unsettle you. Travel Guard can track luggage, cover delayed or lost baggage or stolen belongings, and help to replace lost or stolen travel documents.
Even the best-planned trips don't always go as planned. That's why Travel Guard offers a medical evacuation insurance plan. Travel Guard MedEvac Plan provides medical coverage, air evacuation services, including medical transportation to the nearest adequate medical facility and then home if warranted. It's emergency evacuation insurance that travels with you.
If a medical emergency strikes while you are on a trip, are you ready for it? Can you get access to a doctor? Or the right medications? Can you be evacuated out of a remote area? Who can coordinate your medical assistance? With Travel Guard, you are covered from the beginning to the end of your trip. We can even coordinate your medical transportation from wherever you are back to the United States once doctors give you the okay to travel. From pre-existing conditions to unexpected events to expensive medical evacuations, you are covered with us.
Trips get canceled. It’s not fun but it definitely happens. And when it does, that’s when trip insurance can make a world of difference. With Travel Guard, you’re prepared if you need to cancel for work or illness or weather or any other covered reason. When you’re covered, you can begin to relax. Plus, filing a claim is very user-friendly. That’s a pretty nice feeling in an unpredictable world.
If you're worried about traveling because you have a pre-existing medical condition, you should know that on many Travel Guard policies purchasing your travel insurance the same day you make your first trip deposit (or shortly after) may qualify you for the pre-existing medical condition exclusion waiver. With the waiver it's possible to be covered for some medical issues on your trip, despite your pre-existing condition.