CSA VACATION RENTAL INSURANCE
Guest Protection Plan - Why You Need To Buy
How many of us could afford to lose the non-refundable part of our trip if something unexpected happened?
"It's wise to always consider a travel protection plan to cover your trip costs from the unexpected." – Frommer's, Feb 2014
We all want the trip we've planned to be the vacation of our dreams. No one wants that dream to turn into a nightmare, but unexpected events can happen! Troubles can occur when you least anticipate them: illness...medical emergencies...delayed flights...snowstorms and other severe weather...Forcing you to cancel or interrupt your trip, lose your vacation, and incur unplanned expenses.
Your vacation is protected when you buy CSA Vacation Rental Insurance, which offers trip cancellation, delay, and interruption coverage. Carolina Mornings has partnered with CSA Travel Protection to provide you with this important insurance and we highly recommend that you purchase the protection to safeguard against the unexpected.
When planning a trip to the mountains of Western North Carolina, we urge everyone to at least take a moment to review their options.
View a Description of the Coverage/Policy at CSA Insurance.
Coverage Questions? Call (866) 999-4018.
Click here to read a recent article about the value of travel insurance.
Recent Real Life Examples
October 10, 2018. Hurricane Michael impacted the Florida panhandle and continued straight for the Carolinas. Tropical storm warnings were placed into effect around Asheville and many flights to/from the Carolinas were affected or canceled by the storm. Please consider protecting your vacation investment!
September 10, 2018. Hurricane Florence threatened North and South Carolina with a direct hit. Multiple state-wide States of Emergency were declared, and many flights were canceled to and from the area. Buncombe County (the county Asheville is in) declared a State of Emergency as well in preparation for potential high winds, rain, and flooding. The storm missed Asheville, but canceled flights and fear of the potential storm ruined many vacations. Please consider protecting your vacation investment!
December 8, 2017. A surprise snowstorm paralyzed the city. Many homes were not accessible, and local businesses and schools shut down for the day. 17% of guests arriving for the weekend purchased travel insurance. The 83% who did not had no recourse and either tried to brave the snowy conditions or stayed home and forfeited their rent. Please consider protecting your vacation investment!
October 8, 2016. Hurricane Matthew tracked up the eastern seaboard, causing widespread evacuation orders and flight cancellations in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Please consider protecting your vacation investment!