The terms of travel insurance policies differ depending on your country of permanent residence. To check the exact terms and conditions (and pricing) please have a look at the Price and Benefits per country at WorldNomads’ site . All travel insurance policies have specific exclusions so it’s common-sense to take the time to read the policy wording carefully.

In General, these are the typical exclusions of Travel Insurers:

check red Dangerous destinations

While we work with travel insurance that cover travel for most countries of the world, there are inevitably exclusions. Please check the terms and conditions before you book your travel insurance

check red Dangerous activities

Our partners cover most adventure sports and activities but the exact list of adventure sports and activities covered depends on your country of permanent residence and your skills. Please follow this link to check what you can do , or not.

check red Pre-existing medical conditions

A pre-existing condition usually means any medical condition for which medical advice or treatment was recommended or received. If you’re pregnant, certain exclusions may apply if you travel after a certain point during your pregnancy. So please carefully the coverage details to check whether they will include your condition on the policy.

Here are more details on Travel Insurance Coverage at WorldNomads’ site