KennCo Travel Insurance – Where will you go when restrictions lift?
As restrictions lift around the world and foreign resorts begin to re-open, we can think about turning our dreams of faraway places into reality. So if you are planning a getaway in the next 12 months make sure you have your trip covered with KennCo Travel Insurance.
Maybe you will holiday nearer to home. Staycation has never been more popular. If you are lucky enough to have secured a booking in Ireland in the coming months ensure you protect your break with KennCo Travel insurance from your Credit Union. When you have one-night pre-booked accommodation in Ireland you can avail of cover.
Here are the benefits of taking out Travel Insurance with us before your holiday.
This summer you may have had to rearrange your holiday or have decided to stay in Ireland this year. So whether you have opted for a staycation in Kerry, Camping in Galway or hopping on a plane to a country reopening to Irish tourists, it’s important to have travel insurance from when you book your trip.
KennCo Travel Insurance Benefits include:
>> Worldwide and European cover available
>> Multi-trip and Single trip available
>> 365-day Emergency Medical and Emergency Assistance abroad
>> Cancellation & Curtailment
>> Cover valid in Ireland when one-night pre-booked accommodation exists
>> Lost Baggage
>> Personal Accident
>> Missed Departure
>> Public Liability Cover
>> Winter Sports & Scuba Diving
>> Cruise Cover
Terms and conditions apply.
Under the current roadmap set out by the Irish government, July 20th marks the phase that allows hotels, caravan/camping parks and hostels to reopen under social distancing measures.
Remember, always follow the guidelines from the Department of Foreign Affairs and current HSE public health guidelines when considering travelling within or outside Ireland.
Credit Unions members can purchase KennCo Travel Insurance anytime online. Click here for a quotation Travel Insurance quote online.
Looking for some holiday inspiration? Here are 5 dream destinations to travel to along with the countries who will open to Irish tourists this summer.