WorldNomads.com travel insurance is designed for adventurous travellers, with cover for emergency overseas medical assistance and evacuation if you're in an accident or seriously injured while participating in a range of adventure sports and activities.
Exactly which adventures they will and won't cover varies, depending on your country of permanent residence. Check their A to Z guide to adventure, to make sure all of activities you're planning to do on your trip are covered.
Be aware, participation in any professional sports or any activity where you purposefully put your life at risk are generally excluded and, depending on your country of permanent residence, there may be restrictions or upgrades on coverage for certain activities.
Do read the fine print in the policy description of cover carefully, to make sure the travel insurance is right for you and you understand what you're covered for (and not). Contact WorldNomads.com if you have specific questions about their adventure sport coverage.
You can buy, extend and claim online even after you've left home. Recommended by Lonely Planet, World Nomads travel insurance is available to people from over 150 countries and is designed for adventurous travellers with cover for overseas medical, evacuation, baggage and a range of adventure sports and activities.
Before you go, you should carefully review your travel insurance coverage and read all of the policy wording to make sure this travel insurance policy is right for your trip.
To review your coverage, you should choose your country where you would want to be repatriated back to in the event of an extreme medical emergency and where you have access to long term medical care if required.
You should look for any conditions or exclusions of cover, particularly if you decide to do any adventurous activities or sports while travelling.
The terms and conditions of WorldNomads.com policies differ, depending on your country of residence. There may also be restrictions on cover, depending on the circumstances of your trip, so it's best to ask WorldNomads.com if you have any questions.