Welcome Customers of KHM Travel Group!
Now that your trip is booked, protect yourself and your travel investment with a TravelSafe Plan. We offer travel insurance programs that provide an array of benefits such as: Trip Cancellation and Interruption, Trip/Travel Delay, Missed Connection, Medical Expenses, Emergency Assistance, Baggage/Baggage Delay, Accidental Death & Dismemberment and Cancel For Any Reason.
Travel Insurance 101
Why You Need Travel Insurance
When To Buy Travel Insurance
Travel Supplier Bankruptcy or Default
Cancel For Any Reason
Medical Expense/Emergency Assistance
Non-Medical Emergency Evactuation
Travel insurance plans include a package of benefits intended to protect you, your travel investment and your belongings when you travel. Most plans include the following benefits at a minimum:
Trip Cancellation and Interruption to reimburse you should you have to cancel or interrupt your trip for covered medical or non-medical reasons.
Medical Expense/Emergency Assistance to cover medical expenses and emergency transportation for a sickness or injury that occurs while you are traveling.
Trip/Travel Delay Benefits to cover your out-of-pocket meal and accommodation expenses due to flight delays or cancellations or for other similar covered reasons. You must be delayed for a specified amount of time, such as 6 hours or more.
Baggage and Baggage Delay to cover loss or damage to your baggage or personal items or the cost of buying toiletries or personal articles if your baggage is delayed for a specified amount of time.
Often travel arrangements are non-refundable or subject to stiff cancellation penalties. The lowest cost airline and cruise offers usually penalize you greatly if you must cancel your trip. What if your travel supplier declares bankruptcy? Someone in your family falls ill or dies? You lose your job?
Travel insurance protects your travel investment in such situations.
Baggage Loss or Delay
You've heard it before, but it bears repeating: leave your valuables at home! But what if your bags are damaged, lost or stolen or they just don't arrive on time?
Since 2001, Terrorist Incidents that disrupt travel plans have become a reality. If your planned trip is affected by an unforeseen Terrorist Incident, the TravelSafe plans are there to protect you.
Medical Expenses / Emergency Assistance
Does your health insurance cover you when you leave home? Some plans only offer limited coverage away from home; Medicare does not cover you outside the United States at all. What if you need emergency medical transportation? Many personal plans do not provide this type of coverage.
Trip Cancellation or Interruption
Unforeseen events or reasons beyond your control can influence your travel plans. Do you want to protect your prepaid trip costs if you must cancel or interrupt your trip?
Trip / Travel Delay Benefits
What if you are stranded in a connecting city due to a flight delay or cancellation? Who is going to pay for your hotel stay and what about meals? The Trip / Travel Delay benefit reimburses you for meal and hotel expense due to carrier and other covered delays of 6 or more hours. Airlines don’t pay these expenses unless they are responsible for your delay. Most delays are due to bad weather, which is beyond an airline’s control, and the bad weather causing your flight delay could even be in a city not on your itinerary.
For a variety of reasons, it is prudent to purchase travel insurance when you first book your trip (i.e. make your first payment for travel arrangements).
Why? Most travel insurance policies contain one or more time sensitive provisions that broaden coverage. The time sensitive provisions which are included in most of our plans (within 15 days of the date you make your initial payment for your trip) apply to several coverage enhancements, such as: waiving of the Pre-Existing Conditions Exclusion; Travel Supplier Bankruptcy or Insolvency protection and the Cancel For Any Reason Benefit.
What if your airline or travel supplier ceases operations? Other airlines or travel suppliers will try to find space for you but usually at a cost, what happens if they can't meet your needs? We have plans to cover a trip cancellation or interruption due to supplier Bankruptcy or default.
Trip Cancellation covers the non-refundable trip costs when you must cancel your travel plans. All plans cover cancellation for covered medical reasons (such as Sickness, Injury or death of you, a Family Member or Traveling Companion). Additionally, certain non-medical reasons will be covered as well, such as: air carrier delays or cancellations, theft of travel documents, damage or destruction of your home, etc.
Trip Interruption covers the cost of your unused, non-refundable land or water travel arrangements and the additional air expense to either resume your trip or return home, if you interrupt your travel plans and/or return home early from your trip for the same types of medical or non-medical reasons covered for Trip Cancellation.
This benefit allows you to cancel your trip for any reason whatsoever and still be reimbursed for most of your non-refundable trip costs. To be eligible for this coverage, the plan must be purchased within the time sensitive period (within 15 days of the date you make your initial payment for your trip) and you must cancel your trip two days or more prior to your scheduled departure.
Important Tip! Non-covered medical conditions, divorces, canceled wedding plans, economic hardships, a change in plans, just a few of the types of reasons not typically covered under Trip Cancellation, but covered under Cancel For Any Reason.
This benefit reimburses you for medical treatment during your trip if you become sick or are injured while traveling. Additionally, air transport expenses (such as upgraded air arrangements, air ambulance, including doctor or nurse escort expenses) for medical evacuation are covered, if needed to obtain the appropriate level of care required for your condition.
This benefit covers you for transportation expenses to the nearest place of safety if a formal recommendation from appropriate local authorities or the US State Department is issued to leave a country due to: 1) a natural disaster such as an earthquake, wild fires or tsunami; 2) civil, military or political unrest; or 3) being expelled or declared a persona non-grata.