Snow and Winter Sports
Coverage from snowshoeing to heli skiing.
Winter sports are often covered by travel insurance policies, including snowboarding, skiing, tubing, and snowmobiling. More adventurous sports, such as heli skiing or heli boarding, luging, and ice windsurfing, can also be covered by some policies. Certain policies are built specifically to cover travelers who want to participate in these types of extreme sports.
Coverage for extreme air sports, like skydiving, may be available.
Hang gliding, zip lining, or bungee jumping can be covered by some travel insurance policies. The policies that can cover these air activities may also have more comprehensive coverage for other high-flying activities. These policies can include coverage for skydiving, parachuting, piloting an aircraft, and hot air ballooning, among others.
Mountaineering and trekking are among the covered land activities.
Travel insurance can cover many adventurous land-based activities. Mountain climbing, cave diving and riding motorcycles are among the most hazardous land-based activities that can be covered under travel insurance policies. More common land-based activities, such as hiking, cycling, go-karting, and trekking, are also covered by many policies.
Amateur Sports & Competitions
Some policies cover recreational and organized sports.
Travel insurance can cover an injury that occurs while participating in a sport. Many policies cover recreational sports and activities, and some can cover organized sports at the scholastic, collegiate, or other amateur levels. Select policies can cover professional sports.
Travel insurance coverage for sports can include popular contact sports, such as football, rugby, and hockey, as well as other sports like basketball, baseball, and golf. This also includes participating in sports or activities in a camp setting.
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