Though Bulgarians have less free time than their close neighbours, they still enjoy travelling. But before you begin with your journey, though, it would probably be a good idea for you to secure travel insurance (Застраховка при пътуване) before you board the plane, for a more hassle-free trip.
The main reasons Bulgarian people do not spend enough time travelling are lack of free time and finances. But still, most families have their vacation once or twice a year. Some travellers plan their vacation entirely in the mountains, some choose to rest only on the sea. But the majority of Bulgarians prefer to rest on both the mountains and the sea, as it may be their only vacation during the year. Even so, getting travel insurance for Bulgarian residents before you leave would be a great idea, if only to give yourself the peace of mind that you deserve for such a vacation. Given how Bulgaria is also a good option for cheap skiing trips during the winter, appropriate insurance could also cover the relevant risks for such extreme sports.
Travel insurance in Bulgaria for Expats comes in different varieties depending on what kind of activity you intend to do. For those who come for winter vacation and planning to do a skiing trip, we could offer Winter Sports travel insurance, specifically made with skiers in mind. Considered to be a high-risk sport, insurance for such an activity is a must as a slight accident could greatly affect your life. Other types of insurance aiming for the same effect include snowboard insurance as well as for other sports and high-risk activities. In addition, typical insurance packages for trip cancellation and baggage, and also travel insurance, in general, are also available.
Keep in mind that insurance coverage would normally come in many forms, some of them tailored for specific demographics such as backpackers, single trip travellers, and multi-trip annual tourists. Believe it or not, there is even a specific insurance coverage meant for 65-year-olds and above, considering the typical issues that come along when travelling at such an age. While these offerings differ in the target demographic, they would all contain the basic coverage features of the typical insurance policy such as repatriation in case of emergencies and emergency access to sophisticated health systems, which should at least cover up to £5 million in order to be effective. Some extra provisions such as coverage for loss of personal money as well as that for loss of baggage and cancellation of trips could also be accessed by adding optional riders to the existing insurance policy coverage.
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