Kellie

Kellie

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    If i delay, how can i ask to yours for receive cost of delayed

    Hi Jaeuk Kellie from World Nomads here. Depending on where you are from, there may be a policy benefit that covers additional expenses (eg meals, transport, accommodation) should your flight be delayed or there may be cover available if you need to delay/cancel/reschedule your travels due to covered reason.You can get a quote online and then the list of benefits will be displayed so you can read what is and isn't covered in relation to flight delay and trip cancellation/rescheduling. If you have specific insurance questions, it's best to ask our service team directly who will be more than happy to help (https://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx) as once they know where you are from, they'll be able to answer in detail. We do try to keep our 'Ask a Nomad' service for general travel questions that our travel community can answer. Best wishes Kellie over 6 years ago

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    Hi, I'm going to Nepal in October and I'like to know if the Insurance covers for search and rescue in case one gets lost. Thanks a lot

    Hi there. Kellie from Worldnomads.com here. A policy available through World Nomads does not provide cover for search and rescue sorry to say. What the policy does cover is emergency medical evacuation using the most suitable transport depending in where you are located eg helicopter. Please be aware that there is a major difference between search and rescue, where you are actaully lost and must be located before being rescued and emergency medical transport which is covered by the policy , where your location is known ( you're not lost) and you become seriously ill or injured and can be transported to the nearest medical centre using a helicopter or ambulance once it is called. Best wishes and safe travels in Nepal. Kellie. over 6 years ago

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    What's the advantage of signing up as a couple rather than two individuals?

    Hi Teses. Kellie from World Nomads here. It depends on where you are from as to whether the price is exactly double or a little less ( as we offer policies that are underwritten by 5 different insurers and the prices vary). If you got a quote and the price is exactly double for the couple plan and the benefits are listed as per person, then the only real advantage is that a)you only need to buy 1 policy rather than 2 and b)you are recognized as a travel companion. Apart from that there isn't any real advantage but as I said, this may not be the case for everyone as it does depend on your country of permanent residency. If you have any specific insurance questions, please ask our service team directly who will be more than happy to help: https://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx (we try to keep our Ask a Nomad service for general travel questions that our travel community can answer.) Best wishes Kellie almost 7 years ago

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    What Does 'One Trip' Travel insurance intail?

    Hi Amy. Kellie from World Nomads here. There is no need to buy a separate policy to cover each individual country you travel to...the one policy should cover your entire trip provided you have chosen the right region ( the options you have when choosing a region will vary depending on your country of permanent residency). Hope this helps and have a wonderful trip. Kellie almost 7 years ago

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    Need suggestion about travel insurance

    Hi Talukdar Kellie from World Nomads here. If you do buy a travel insurance policy through World Nomads, pregnancy can be covered with conditions that apply depending on where you're from (your country of permanent residency). In general, if pregnancy is covered by a policy available through World Nomads,all policies can cover up to 26 weeks gestation only. So while you can certainly buy a policy to cover your family on your trip to Germany, at 28 weeks gestation it will not be possible to cover your wife for anything related to her pregnancy. We are unable to provide any information related to your query about health insurance provided to travellers by the German government as this is a topic we are not familiar with. Best of luck. Kellie almost 7 years ago

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    Does level2 sports & activities cover insure for helicopter evac from the basecamp trek due to AMS

    Hi Calum. Kellie here from WorldNomads.com. Provided you buy the right level of cover, medical evacuation is included should something happens while trekking and it becomes medically necessary to evacuate you to the nearest and most suitable medical facility. It does depend on where you are from as to what level you need to choose. For example, if you're country of permanent residency is Australia, NZ,the UK or Ireland, then yes, Level 2 is the right one to choose if trekking up to 6000 metres (and Level 1 if your trek doesn't take you beyond 3000 metres). If you're from any other country listed, you will be covered under Level 1(Standard plan) as well as level 2 (Explorer plan) but please contact us directly for more information on the conditons of cover and we will be more than happy to help: https://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx Best wishes Kellie almost 7 years ago

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    Where can I find a good doctor in Managua, Nicaragua to treat a urinary tract infection?

    Hi Alexandra. Kellie here from World Nomads. I hope you managed to find a doctor in Managua to treat you and you are feeling better now. Remember that you can always call the emergency assistance team anytime if you need advice on what to do for a specific medical condition or where to go for treatment in the country you are in at the time. You'll find the emergency assistance contact details on your policy certficate and also on our website (go to 'Help and Emergencies' at the bottom of the home page). Kellie almost 7 years ago

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    If I'm 16 can I travel alone in Germany?

    Hi Nick. Kellie from Worldnomads.com here. You are welcome to buy a policy through World Nomads to cover you while travelling around Germany. There is no 'minimum' age limit as such so a single policy is the one to buy.If you have any other specific insurance questions, please ask our service team directly who will be more than happy to help: https://www.worldnomads.com/contactus.aspx Best wishes Kellie almost 7 years ago