- Travel Insurance (whitewater rafting content)
Have you had a look at the “activity top up insurance” from https://www.sportscoverdirect.com/activity-topup-insurance/
It supplements your existing cover whilst undertaking that excluded activity.
 a day’s “Rafting Grade 4/5” looks to be about £20 with a £90 excess [/edit]Posted 4 years agokonagirlMember
If Canada is anything like the US, you will sign something with the organisers to confirm you have insurance (and take full responsibility etc.) before you are allowed out. Can’t the underwriter add it on to your policy through the bank for a supplement? Otherwise try the winter sports specialists.Posted 4 years ago
I have worldwide yarly insurance through my bank but they exclude any whitewater rafting.
A quick look on moneysupermarket reveals most companies only insure up to Grade 3……we’re going to Canada in a months time and will be spending a full day on upto Grade 4+.
I’m tempted to chance it…….but prob best to get some insurance – anyone recommend somewheer to look rather than trwaling trough every one thats popped up on MS.com?Posted 4 years ago
I just bolt on a kayaking policy from Perkins Slade for mine. It used to be adrenaline travel insurance / PS Sports travel, have a google but seems its all under Perkins Slade now.
There is another new company offering similar – look on http://www.ukrgb.co.uk. A lot of the usual i.e. dogtag, snowcard, bmc etc are good for policies but not as good if you already have one and just want to bolt something on.Posted 4 years agosomafunkSubscriber
I never thought about any extra insurance when i did the Zambezi #1 through to #19 and most of them grade 5 with Shearwater rafting – but they did offer you insurance for the run if you wanted. The 5 day self supported kayak trip on the Zambezi was awesome as well.Posted 4 years ago
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