TRIP CANCELLATION & TRIP INTERRUPTION INSURANCE
It is highly recommended that all guests purchase Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance (this is NOT included in your trip as it is based on individual circumstances such as trip price, your age etc). Please pay special attention to our Terms and Conditions.
We understand that occasionally events occur that prevent you from joining us. What can happen? Missed connections, schedule changes, your own accident or injury, a travel companion or family member becomes ill, natural disasters, or even loss of employment. These events could cause you to cancel your trip or cause a disruption.
Cancellation insurance will insure the non-refundable travel costs before you depart. Generally, Trip Cancellation costs about 5% of your trip cost and it's worth the peace of mind.
Interruption insurance covers off your lost trip and unexpected out of pocket costs if your trip is interrupted after you start your trip.
GET YOUR INSURANCE QUOTE HERE with Acera Insurance.
Note that inclement weather, poor conditions, or dangerous terrain/conditions are never covered by insurance providers.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have any trouble booking cancellation/interruption insurance, please give us a call and we will try to assist with the process via the carrier.
COVID-19 is a known pre-existing risk that carries an exclusion endorsement on policies effective March 4, 2020 (meaning it is not covered by the above medical insurance).
VISITNG CANADA AS A TOURIST
New entry requirements are now in effect. Visa-exempt foreign nationals require an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to fly to or transit through Canada. (US Citizens do not require an eTA).
Be prepared: Apply for an eTA as soon as possible. Most applicants are approved within minutes. However, there is the possibility of a delay or a denial.
It is recommended you arrange your eTA as soon as possible to pre-determine your entry status.
Snowwater is not responsible, or liable to make any refunds, for guests who are denied an eTA, or entry in Canada for any reason. Note that a denied or delayed eTA or denied entry at the Canadian Border is not covered by Travel Insurance.