30 + different trip cancellation and trip interruption reasons covering up to 100% of non-refundable costs.
Protect Your Trip with Confidence
Travel is one of life’s great joys… even the most carefully planned trip can be complicated by unforeseen events. Whether it’s lost luggage, canceled flights, or a medical emergency, an unexpected mishap can turn your trip into a taxing experience. Our travel and rental protection services are designed to protect you.
Our goal is to save you money, safeguard your journey, and make your stay memorable for all of the right reasons.
You can add coverage during at the time of booking, on or before final payment of your accommodations, or 30-days or more prior to your trip commencement. However, once a hurricane is named it will be too late to add trip insurance.
If you would like to add this coverage you may do so during the booking process of your vacation rental or click the button below.
General Travel Safety Tips
Make the most of any vacation by taking note of the following travel tips. We recommend that you print a copy of this list as a reminder to make safety your No. 1 priority. Also keep a printed copy of your domestic or international travel insurance plan with it—just in case.
- Check the status of your flight before heading the airport. Most airlines want you to check in at least an hour (two hours for international flights) before your flight is scheduled to depart.
- Allow plenty of extra time at the airport (generally 2 hours prior to departure). Changing security procedures have increased the time needed to check in. Build in more time if traveling with young children, infants or people with disabilities.
- Check with your airline to see if curbside check-in is available.
- FAAguidelines are being updated often. Find the latest from the FAA at FAA.gov.
- Remember most airlines only allow travelers one carry-on item plus one personal item such as a purse, briefcase, laptop computer, or small book bag-style backpack. Other personal items allowed include coats, child safety seats, diaper bags, books or newspapers, small bags of food and assistance devices such as wheelchairs, walkers and oxygen. These carry-on allowances vary from carrier to carrier. Please confirm what is allowed with your carrier before leaving home.
Travel Safety Tips at the Airport
- Check tsa.gov for the most up to date information to get you through security quickly.
- Keep your bags and personal belongings within reach at all times.
- Do not accept packages from strangers.
- Do not joke about having a bomb or firearm. Do not discuss terrorism, weapons, explosives, or other threats while going through the security checkpoint. Security personnel are trained to consider the slightest mention of these topics as a serious threat.
Checking In and Security Checkpoint
- Adult passengers are required to bring a government-issued photo ID. If you do not have one of these available, bring two pieces of ID, one of which must be from a governmental authority.
- Remember, only ticketed passengers are allowed beyond the security checkpoint. Be prepared to show identification at the ticket counter and security checkpoint.
- Electronic items such as laptop computers and cell phones may be subject to additional screening. Be prepared to power on electronic items for screening personnel. Also, be prepared to remove your laptop from its travel case so it can be X-rayed separately.
To obtain a copy of your full travel insurance plan details, please contact 888-941-7368 or email [email protected]
The information presented above provides a broad overview of your policy provisions and does not revise or amend the policy. Insurance coverages are underwritten by Sandhills Insurance Group. Your policy is the contract that specifically and fully describes your coverages. Certain restrictions and exclusions apply and coverages may vary in certain states. Please refer to your policy for detailed terms and conditions.