With perfect snow reported over the European slopes, the half-term ski getaway will see thousands of families heading for European resorts.
With many Brits already booking their 2012 getaways, the count down is on for jetting off to sunny climes - but don't let it be ruined by leaving it too late to buy travel insurance, says MoneySupermarket.com.
Everyone loves a holiday, getting away from the daily grind to go somewhere exotic or spending the week doing the activity that you love.
Holiday makers are being urged to take out adequate winter sports cover as recent reports reveal that one in five skiers and snowboarders is considering travelling without insurance.
British skiers and snowboarders are skiing or boarding drunk, too fast, without taking lessons from professionals, and without checking they are properly covered by travel insurance according to research from Santander Insurance.
With thousands set to beat the January blues by booking a winter escape, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) advises ski holidaymakers to avoid starting their new year on the wrong foot by making sure they're covered on the slopes.
More than two-thirds (68 per cent) of Brits travelling with Christmas presents this year don't plan to insure their journey, according to research commissioned by Direct Line travel insurance.
“It won’t happen to me,” is the thought that many holiday makers and business travellers have, but what happens if you lose your passport, or even worse, have it stolen?
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Thinking back to last year’s travel chaos caused by the snow and ice, Cheapflights.co.uk, UK website for travel deals comparison, helps travellers protect themselves in the event of another white Christmas and the havoc that may come with it.
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People planning a winter sports holiday are being urged to ensure they have cover for all of the activities they plan to undertake whilst on holiday.
Ski and snowboard enthusiasts looking to hit the slopes this winter should ensure they have adequate travel insurance cover in place for themselves and their families, and this must include winter sports cover, says MoneySupermarket.com.
With half term around the corner, and many families planning an Autumn getaway, MoneySupermarket.com urges holiday makers to check they have the right level of travel insurance in place before they set off - otherwise their wallets will take the hit should anything happen while away.
One in five, 20% of travellers, are still running the risk of sky high medical bills when travelling abroad through not taking out travel insurance in spite of recent high profile cases highlighting the significant risks of doing so to both health and finances.
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