What your Travel Policy should include

Swoop Patagonia is not licensed to offer travel insurance or advice.

When reviewing your intended insurance package there are a number of standard requirements every travel policy should include:

  • Cancellation and Curtailment Charges
  • Financial Failure of agent or partner
  • Emergency Medical and Other Expenses including repatriation and any pre-existing medical conditions
  • Hospital Inconvenience Benefit
  • Personal Accident
  • Death
  • Loss of Limb(s)/Sight
  • Permanent Total Disablement
  • Baggage and Passport
  • Personal Money and Documents
  • Personal Liability Journey
  • Disruption including Airspace Closure
  • Delayed Departure or Trip Cancellation
  • Missed Departure/Connection
  • Travel Risks: Hijack/Mugging etc.
  • Legal Expenses

Please note these are general guidelines. For more detailed information of what is required for your specific trip please refer to partner's terms and conditions, and consider your own individual needs and circumstances.

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When travelling to Patagonia it's crucial that your insurance policy includes Emergency Repatriation Cover for a minimum of $100,000, however some operators may require cover ​of ​up​ ​$250,000.

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Please note these are general guidelines. For more detailed information of what is required for your specific trip please refer to partner's terms and conditions, and consider your own individual needs and circumstances.