13 Replies to “TRAVEL INSURANCE EXPLAINED – World Nomads Review”

  1. It doesn't seem to make a lot of sense to me. I guess as an older adult, I'm not doing extreme sports and stuff like that. The one time I've gone to the doctor while traveling for the last year, I've paid $65 including prescriptions. I had dental work done for $250 but that was pre-existing so I'd not get reimbursed for that. And in much of Europe, even as an American, I can use the national healthcare system. I'm traveling with a backpack of not-too-expensive clothes, so the lost bag thing isn't really worth it either for me. I'd just go out and buy some more clothes. It would be worth the cost if I had something extreme happen, I suppose. But I can see that it comes down to what makes people feel at ease and we're all different.

  2. Great video and very informative, but maybe you can answer my question. I've checked other trip/travel insurance policies with different companies. Why is it that World Nomads policy is about $107 dollars while others others are 10x as much? In my research I've seen some companies charging $1000.00 to $1400.00 dollars. Thanks.

  3. Just came back from a trip to Thailand and Vietnam, and was so confused by what a fellow traveler I met was talking about by travel insurance. Super helpful video, thank you!

  4. Hi guys hope you have had a great Christmas and New Years.
    With the world nomads travel insurance did you go with the explorer or standard for your motorbiking trip in Vietnam?

  5. You guys continue to be fabulous. I've referred a few friends planning similar trips to your channel (Vietnam & New Zealand)! Thanks so much for all of this information! 🙂

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