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Should I get travel insurance?

We recommend you play it safe and purchase travel insurance before your Camino de Santiago trip.

Basic cover generally includes:
-Emergency medical care abroad, personal accident, out-patient medical expenses, repatriation (Sometimes).
-When things go wrong with your travel plans: If the trip is cancelled, if you miss your departure, if there’s any travel delay, if you lose your luggage, travel home care.
-Losing money, passport, and important things: including lost passport expenses, lost money, cover personal liability, legal expenses


  1. By Lisa

    Hi Christine, Yes, if there’s a claimable event and the client has to cancel the walk, there’d be provision for cover. It all depends on the individual incident. You can request a quote at WorldNomads and read more about getting travel insurance here: Buen Camino!

  2. By Karl

    Hi Christine,

    You’d need to check that with the insurer as all policies differ.

  3. By Christine Carlson

    will insurance cover inability to do the walk due to sickness?

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