Tackling The Argentinian Risks with Good Travel Insurance

As the eighth largest country in the world, Argentina is host to the highest and lowest point in South America. At 6960 m, Cerro Aconcagua is the tallest mountain in the Americas while Salinas Chicas, at 40m  below sea level, is the lowest point in South America. So while preparing your climbing and trekking gear, don’t forget to add  more exciting activities on your to-do list.argentina-travel-insurance

Among them are car-racing and football-playing, walking tours and trying exotic cuisine! Even though there is certainly risk involved for each of these activities – from injury to food-poisoning, these are risks worth taking in exchange for your wonderful Argentinian experience. Just be sure to minimize these risks by buying a proper travel insurance package that will be relevant with your itinerary. If you are planning to embark on water sport activities for example, be sure to purchase an additional cover that will insure you against water sport-related injuries!

Another words of caution : If you’re British, try not to flaunt your nationality for safety reasons, as the football fans in Argentina are still very resentful about the national team’s loss to the Brits in World Cup 2010!

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