We’re nearing the end of winter but the cold weather seems to be hanging on. Either that or we’re just itching for warmer weather. Personally I’m tired of bundling up the little ones inn layer upon layer of clothes just to get into the vehicle for our daily responsibilities. Most days lately it’s been too cold to go outside for risk of frostbite so we’re left cooped up like caged animals indoors. Spring break is quickly approaching and the cold weather has me eager to seek out a last minute March break holiday with my family.
Planning a last minute holiday with a big family can be stressful. Scrambling to get passports together for a family of 7, transportation and accommodations are exhausting enough but one thing I refuse to go without is travel insurance. CAA travel insurance is the one reliable detail to give me the sense of security I need among the chaos of last minute travel with a family of our size.
When we booked our flights to Disney World in Orlando, Florida we were offered added travel insurance with our flights and for fear that we may have to cancel, given life’s unknown, we purchased insurance we didn’t need. Upon further investigation, our travel Visa happened to have cancellation insurance. Unfortunately it’s the unknowns you have to worry about; credit cards do not cover all travel mishaps but you shouldn’t buy more than you need either.
CAA offers add on packages to top up insurance, making sure you are covered for life’s travel mishaps so you can concentrate on more important things, enjoying that dream vacation with your family and cherishing little bonding moments between siblings like splashing and giggling in the pool.
CAA. “Making Bad Days Good. And Good Days Better.”
Planning a last minute holiday this March?
With CAA Travel Insurance kids are FREE and with 5 kids of my own, that isn’t just a huge saving, it’s a load off my mind knowing my family is protected while we’re away.
Whether your family holiday is hot on the coast of Florida or adventurous white water rafting in the mountains of BC, make sure you’re protected against unforeseen travel emergencies with CAA Travel Insurance. With kids who seem to be accident prone, the added security CAA Travel Insurance offers ensures that my vacation is spent building family memories, not costly medical bills.
With CAA Travel Insurance coverage you’ll enjoy:
• 5% CAA Member discount
• 24/7 assistance
• No deductible
• Emergency medical coverage up to $5 million (CAD)
OHIP coverage may not cover you outside Ontario.
Emergencies are never in the plans. But you can plan to be ready for them with CAA Travel Insurance.
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post as part of the CAA Travel Insurance program. All opinions are 100% my own.