Nepal Travel Insurance from Royal Sundaram
A country that was under monarchy for hundreds of years, Nepal was very recently declared a republic in June of 2008. As a tourist destination, you would be hard pressed to find a country as geographically beautiful as Nepal. With its snow-capped peaks and wide fertile plains, a trek through any of the hundreds of scenic hills is an unforgettable experience for even the most seasoned of climbers. Less-seasoned mountaineers can try some ‘Tea-House Trekking’ a form of trekking that does not require much support. Few countries permit such limitless and free exploration as Nepal: travellers can traverse the country by a number of different means such as mountain bike, motorbike, raft or even tourist bus. It is as easy to lose yourself in the intimidating beauty of the landscape as it is to actually get lost in the expansive mountain ranges, so make sure safety is taken care of before any trek. Besides mountaineering, visitors can also check out the many national parks that house exotic animals such as tigers, rhinos and the iconic Asiatic elephant. Foodies can savour some of the local delicacies such as momos and daal bhaat tarkaari.
If concerns such as theft of property, loss of passport, and flight delays tend to play on your mind as you plan your family’s trips, consider choosing a travel insurance policy from Royal Sundaram. Our specially tailored policies ensure that you enjoy your trip to the fullest.
Top Reasons to Buy Travel Insurance for Nepal 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 Nepal
- 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 Nepal
- 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 Nepal - Claim Process & Procedure
Please follow the below procedure for Nepal 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
Things To Know about Nepal
Here’s a list of things to do in Nepal –
- Engage in recreational activities such as paragliding, camping, and mountain biking at Pokhara in Nepal. This place is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.
- Go for a wildlife safari at Chitwan National Park. This is one of the best things to do in Nepal. Also, visitors can choose between Jeep Safari and Elephant Safari.
- Enjoy splendid views of the Mt. Everest from Gokyo Lake. Situated in the Dudh Kush Valley, this beautiful lake overlooking the Everest will make your trip worthwhile.
- Biking enthusiasts can go for mountain biking in Kathmandu valley. This is one of the best things to do in the capital city of Nepal.
- Treat your taste buds with the Nepali version of Chinese dumplings. These momos are made with minced chicken and taste amazing with a spicy pickle.
The best time to visit Nepal is between September to November when the weather falls right between summers and winters. During these months, the weather in Nepal is ideal for a long trip or small vacation.
Knowing the location of the Indian Embassy/Consulate of any country that you are planning to visit will be very useful for you. Here’s the Indian Embassy/Consulate location in Nepal –
Embassy of India, Kathmandu, Nepal
Kapurdhara Marg 336, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
Telephone: 977-1-4410900 / 4414990 / 4411699
Visa procedure is extremely simple. All you need is a few documents and letters. In addition to this, you have to determine what type of visa you need as this will reduce the hassles during the process. Here’re some of the documents you need while applying for a visa –
- A valid passport
- Passport size photographs
- Return flight ticket
- Duly filled application form
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