Aruba Travel Insurance

Aruba Travel Insurance


Aruba, also referred as ‘one happy island’ is one of the most visited islands in the southern Caribbean. Hardly surprising as it has miles of pristine beaches, balmy sunshine, natural scenic wonders, outstanding dining options and a charming mix of the old and the new in terms of architecture and ambience. The expansive beaches of Aruba are filled with happy people and families. The top three, must-visit beaches are Palm beach, Eagle Beach, and Baby Beach.

The translucent water, craggy island topography, and high winds make the island ideal for water sports such as scuba diving and windsurfing. The Aruba Sunset cruise and seaside dinner are a must for honeymooners. Nature lovers would do well to visit the Arikok National Park by jeep or horse safari. 
US, European and Canadian citizens do not need a visa to enter Aruba, just a passport that is valid for six months from the date of travel is enough. A tourist visa is mandatory for citizens of India desirous of visiting Aruba. The visa can be obtained from the Aruba Consulate that has offices in Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, and Kolkata. To protect yourself from any untoward incidences that arise out of traveling abroad, buy travel insurance for Aruba. Royal Sundaram’s travel insurance for Aruba is available for purchase online. Various options within policies offer comprehensive benefits such as automatic extension, personal accident insurance, trip inconvenience, health cover, personal liability among others.
 

Top Reasons to Buy Travel Insurance for Aruba from Royal Sundaram

 

 

Top Reasons to Buy Travel Insurance for Aruba from Royal Sundaram

  • Medical Expenses Cover
  • Medical evacuation
  • Support for loss of baggage and loss of passport
  • Cashless treatment during medical emergency
  • Accidental dismemberment
  • Legal liabilities are covered
  • Trip delays
Benefits of Travel Insurance in Aruba

 

 

Benefits of Travel Insurance in Aruba

  • Convenience: Travel insurance plans are designed specially to address the convenience of students, senior citizens, and frequent travellers.
  • Emergency medical coverage: It offers emergency medical protection on an overseas travel.
  • Trip cancellation and interruption reimbursement: Travel insurance pays back the expenses that you may suffer on losses related to trip cancellations.
  • Luggage and documentation: The insurance company also pays for the loss of important documents.
  • Personal accident: It includes cover for accidental death and disability
  • Emergency cash advance

 

 

Basic Coverage and Exclusions of Travel Insurance in Aruba

 

What’s covered?

 

  • Loss of passport
  • Personal accident cover
  • Repatriation of remains
  • Hijacking benefit
  • Medical emergency cover
  • Reimbursement due to trip delays
  • Sickness Dental Relief
  • Personal liability
  • Accidental dismemberment
  • Loss/Delay of checked-in baggage

 

What’s not covered?

 

  • Medical cover for pre-existing diseases
  • Any claim arising from the act of terrorism, self-injury, suicide attempt, etc.
Travel Insurance - Claim Process & Procedure

 

 

Travel Insurance Aruba - Claim Process & Procedure

 

Please follow the below procedure for Aruba travel insurance claim process:

 

The procedure is very simple. As soon as a claim occurs, you need to inform the insurance company through a call or an e-mail. The customer service executive will help you with the claim procedure. Here’s a step-by-step guide to make a claim under travel insurance –

 

  • Claim process for health coverage – Reimbursement
  • Claim process for delay in checked-in baggage or loss of baggage
  • Claim process for personal accident
Travel Insurance for Different Countries

 

 

 

Travel Insurance for Different Countries

Albania Gabon New Zealand
Andorra Gaudeloupe Nicaragua
Angola Georgia Niger
Antigua and Barbuda Germany Nigeria
Argentina Ghana Niue
Armenia Gibraltar Norfolk Island
Aruba Greece Norway
Australia Greenland Oman
Azerbaijan Guatemala Palau
Bahamas Guinea Panama
Bahrain Guinea-Bissau Papua New Guinea
Bangladesh Guyana Paraguay
Barbados Haiti Peru
Belarus Honduras Philippines
Belgium Hong Kong Pitcairn
Belize Hungary Poland
Benin Iceland Portugal
Bermuda Indonesia Puerto Rico
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ireland Romania
Botswana Israel Russia
Brazil Italy Russian Federation
Bulgaria Japan Saint Helena
Burkina Faso Jordan Samoa
Burundi Kenya Sao Tome and Principie
Cambodia Kiribati Saudi Arabia
Cameroon Korea New Calendonia
Canada Kuwait Senegal
Cape Varde Kyrgyzstan Seychelles
Central African Republic Latvia Singapore
Chad Lebanon Slovakia
Chile Lesotho Vietnam
Cocos Islands Lithuania South Korea
Colombia Luxembourg South-Africa
Comoros Macau Spain
Cook Islands Madagascar St. Kitts and Nevis
Costa Rica Malawi St. Lucia
Cote d'Ivoire Malaysia St. Vincent and Grenadines
Croatia Maldives Suriname
Cyprus Mali Svalbard and Jay Mayen
Czech Republic Malta Swaziland
Denmark Mangolia Sweden
Djibouti Marshall Islands Switzerland
Dominican Republic Mauritania Taiwan
Ecuador Mayotte Tanzania
Egypt Mexico Thailand
El Salvador Micronesia Tibet
Equitorial Guinea Moldova Togo
Estonia Monsterrat Trinidad and Tobago
Ethopia Morocco Tunisia
Falkland Islands Mozambique Turkey
Faroe Islands Namibia Turkmenistan
Fiji Islands Nauru United Arab Amirates
Finland Nepal United Kingdom
France Netherlands United States
French Guiana Netherlands Antilles Uzbekistan
French Polynesia Slovenia