Bowls, also known as petanque, is not the most popular game in the world, but not for the lack of fun and excitement it involves. If you have never played this game, you should try it, especially if you are travelling to one on the bowls loving countries like UK, France, New Zealand and Australia.
Bowls are mostly played by people over 55 years. It is a good exercise and nice social activity that includes both a competitive edge and the get-together element. If you are a tourist or just new in town, bowls will be a great opportunity to meet a lot of new people and even make friend. People who play bowls usually develop an outstanding coordination and aiming skills, as well as improve their fitness and overall health.
If you are going to play this unusual game, remember that even such a slow-paced and peaceful activity involves a risk of injury. Muscle and bone injuries are the most common types of trauma among bowls players. Using correct swinging technique is important to prevent arm and back injuries. Warming up and cooling down is essential, if you want to reduce the risk of muscle and joint injuries. Make sure you rest between the games to avoid overexertion. If you have any existing injuries, note that bowls can aggravate them, so make sure your past trauma is fully rehabilitated before you play.
At the Globelink Travel Insurance policies provide cover for many adventure activities as standard.
Although bowls is such a slow-paced and easy game, it may still lead to injuries and, if you are abroad, medical bill with astronomical numbers on them. To prevent this and enjoy both you journey and your game to the fullest, take out bowls travel insurance before you go. Remember to check your policy wording carefully to make sure you are covered for as much mishaps as possible.
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There is a 48 hour waiting period from the date of policy issue before the insurance takes effect as a fraud prevention measure. New Claims requiring inpatient treatment which can be independently verified, can be made within the first 48 hours.
There is no 14 day cooling off period when you are already travelling, so no refund is available in the event you cancel your policy, or return home early.