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How Hurricanes Can Affect Travel Plans

Hurricane Season is June 1 to November 30.

  • Your home become uninhabitable
  • Cancelled or delayed flights
  • Evacuation order at your destination

What coverage is available?

Depending on your plan, coverages may provide benefits if:
  • your flight is delayed
  • you miss a tour departure due to a flight delay and need help rejoining your trip
  • a mandatory evacuation is ordered, causing you to interrupt your trip
  • you need to cancel your trip because there's an official NOAA hurricane warning at your departure city or destination within 48 hours of your scheduled departure date
  • Optional Cancel for Any Reason*

    With the Cancel for Any Reason (CFAR)* benefit, you can cancel your trip for any reason that isn't already covered.

    Whether you are scared to travel in a storm or you just don't want to be on your trip during unpleasant weather, you can start a cancellation claim for whichever reason!

    Storms in 2021**

    7 Hurricanes and 14 Tropical Storms

    Myth: If you're traveling to a non-hurricane region, you don't need travel protection.
    Fact: Even when you aren't going in the direct path of a hurricane, your plans can still be affected!

    Airports around the world feel the effects of a hurricane in the form of flight delays and cancellations. Airlines and cruise companies may change departures, causing you to miss connections!

    *Cancel for Any Reason (CFAR) is not available to residents of New York State. Cancellations must be made 48 hours or more prior to scheduled departure date of your trip. Reimbursement is limited to 75% of the non-refundable trip cost up to the maximum benefit amount. Additional terms and cost apply.