To travel to Cuba, you’re required to have travel insurance that includes medical coverage. That applies to everyone, not only Americans.
The good news is that many organized, people-to-people tours will include it, or you can compare policies on a site like InsureMyTrip.com.
If you’re applying for a visa to Russia, you may be asked to supply proof of medical travel insurance that’s valid in that country.
While it never happened, Thailand recently considered making medical insurance mandatory for all foreign visitors. News like that changes fast, so pay attention to the fine print when you’re making travel plans.
At minimum, they require you to have medical coverage, and recommend additional coverage like trip cancellation and personal liability.
When it comes to high-ticket travel, the old adage is true…better safe than sorry.
For more information about travel insurance, check out:
- 5 Items That Should Be On Your Checklist for International Travel
- How Much Travel Mishaps Could Actually Cost You
- What Happens When Traditional Travel Insurance is Not Enough?
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