Tibet Travel Insurance from Royal Sundaram
Tibet Travel Insurance
Tibet is an independent region that belongs to China. The place is a famous for its monastery, staggeringly high-altitude treks, breath-taking views of the tallest mountains of the world, and some of the warmest people you will ever meet. There are seven prefectures in the Tibetan Autonomous region namely Lhasa, Qamdo, Nagpu, Ngari, Nyingchi, Shannan, and Xigaste.
Tibet is considered as the world’s highest plateau. The Tibetan Plateau also covers the most of Qinghai, western Sichuan province, Northern Yunnan, and South-Western Gansu, because of which Tibet is considered as the “Roof of the World.” The Tibetan plateau is flanked by two mighty ranges: a) the Himalayan range, which includes the tallest peak Mt. Everest from the South to West, and b) Thanggula ranges in the North.
For affordable and comprehensive Travel Insurance Plans designed specifically to secure you from untoward incidences on both your journey and subsequent stay, check out Royal Sundaram’s website. We provide polices that offer cover from a number of inconveniences such as baggage delay, loss of baggage, flight delays and loss of travel documents, as well as unfortunate incidences that would require medical expenses.
Top Reasons to Buy Travel Insurance for Tibet 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 Tibet
- 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 Tibet
- 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 Tibet - Claim Process & Procedure
Please follow the below procedure for Tibet 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 Tibet
- Pay a visit to Patola palace, which is one of the most antique residences in the world and is visited by a huge number of travellers from around the globe.
- Enjoy a ride in Tibet train, also known as Qinghai-Tibet Railway. The train offers tourists a chance to gaze at the unparalleled beauty of the plateaus, lakes along the way.
- If you wish for the best mountain sights, then a trek to Mt. Everest is a real treat for you.
- When in Tibet, seek solace at the Buddhist Monasteries and Temples. This is another top most thing to do in Tibet.
It is ideal to visit Tibet all round the year because you can visit different places in Tibet in different seasons. But the best time to visit Tibet is from April to October as you get to see the best landscape and enjoy the best weather.