What is Adventure Sports Coverage

Written and researched by Michael Kays (Travel Insurance Expert) | Fact Checked by Danya Kristen (Insurance Agent).

Adventure Sports Coverage is a type of insurance coverage offered by travel insurance companies that provides financial protection in the event of an accident while participating in certain recreational activities such as skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and rock climbing.

This coverage usually includes medical expenses, trip interruption, and emergency evacuation. It may also cover damage to rental equipment and liability for third-party property damage.

What do you mean by adventure of sports?

Adventure of sports is an umbrella term that encompasses any type of sport or physical activity that involves a level of risk, excitement, and/or exploration.

This can include anything from extreme sports like skydiving, rock climbing, and mountain biking to more traditional activities such as golf, tennis, and sailing.

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What is adventure insurance?

Adventure insurance is a type of insurance designed to cover the costs associated with unexpected emergencies or accidents that occur while participating in outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, backpacking, and other adventure sports.

Adventure insurance typically covers medical expenses, emergency evacuation, search and rescue, lost baggage, and liability for any property damage.

It may also include coverage for trip interruption or cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen events.