Bike Tour Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance

Protect your bicycle tour and gain peace of mind.

DuVine offers a comprehensive and competitively priced travel insurance policy– the Worldwide Trip Protector Plan– that will protect you from the unforeseen.

Even the best-laid plans can go awry. Rather than worrying about the notoriously unpredictable future, purchase a policy at a small fraction of your trip cost and carry on without hesitation. This is meant to be a stress-free vacation. With insurance you can make sure that it is.

To view details of the policy benefits, exceptions, limits, and rates, please view the Worldwide Trip Protector Pamphlet. If you would like an upgraded policy that includes the Cancel For Any Reason benefit check out the Worldwide Trip Protector Plus Pamphlet(Note: the Protector Plus Plan is not available in all states. Please contact Travel Insured for details.)

To purchase your policy

Complete the Reservation Forms sent to you upon booking or contact your Tour Coordinator with your preferred policy, coverage limit, travel dates, and birthdates of those you would like to insure.

Or visit Travel Insured’s website and follow the steps to purchase a policy on your own.

Frequently asked questions

Is the cost of my flight included?
The cost of your flight will be included in your policy as long as you select a coverage amount that covers the cost of your DuVine tour, your flight, as well as any other non-refundable travel arrangements. If you accept insurance on your reservation forms but do not specify a coverage amount, your coordinator will select the one that incorporates only the per person cost of your DuVine tour.
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Are the rates listed on a per-person basis?
The coverage rates are indeed listed on a per person basis.
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Should the travel dates on my policy reflect my flight itinerary or the tour start and end date?
The travel dates on your policy must reflect the day you leave from your home and the day you return to your home — not the day your DuVine tour begins and ends. The travel dates on your policy can be updated one time prior to departure if your plans change.
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Why does the cost of my insurance policy not show up on my DuVine invoice?
The cost of your insurance policy does not show up on your DuVine invoice because it is purchased directly through Travel Insured by your Tour Coordinator. Also, please note that an $8 fee per policy (not per person) will be debited by travel insurance when the purchase is processed.
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How do I submit a claim with Travel Insured?
To file a claim with Travel Insured, please visit www.travelinsured.com/claims/create/verify and have your policy number ready. If the need to submit a claim does arise, please make sure to keep all essential documentation including receipts and doctor notes. If you have any question whether the situation you are in is covered under your policy or what documentation you will need for your claim, please contact Travel Insured (1-800-243-3174) or if you are in need of emergency assistance contact the assistance company (1-800-494-9907 in US/Canada or 1-603-328-1707).
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What is the benefit of upgrading to the World Wide Trip Protector Plus Plan?
The Worldwide Trip Protector Plus Plan offers unlimited flexibility in terms of cancelling your tour. In addition to the comprehensive coverage you receive with the Worldwide Trip Protector Plan, the Plus plan allows you to Cancel For Any Reason up to 48 hours before your tour and you’ll be eligible to receive a refund of up to 75% of the trip cost. It’s described as the Cancel For Any Reason benefit and it means just that. Whether you’re having a bad hair day, your relative randomly schedules an inconvenient wedding, or you simply decide to change your plans, this upgraded policy will keep you covered no questions asked. It’s ideal for someone who is incredibly busy or enjoys the comfort of their whims and the unpredictable world being insured. As a reminder you’ll need to purchase the Plus Plan within 21 days of deposit to be eligible for its benefit.
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