Good At Bucket List Trip
- Plan for the most peak experiences. Perhaps you’re break away from another beach vacation and go hang-gliding or white-water rafting. Before the trip, talk about the details of any special outing with your travel mates to stir up excitement. And make sure everyone has the equipment and training they need for the adventure.
- Plan for a mishap. Once-in-a-lifetime trips often take you far away to remote locations. Guess what? There won’t be a hospital around the corner, and even if there is it probably won’t take your health insurance. Consider buying medical evacuation coverage, which provides emergency transport to a top facility.
- Plan for a change of plans. A last-minute life change can force you to delay or cancel your carefully planned (and expensive) bucket-list trip. Understand which parts of the trip are refundable and under what circumstances. Cover the rest with trip cancellation insurance. That way you’ll get the chance to plan it all over again—and do it even better next time.