Archaeological Digging Travel Insurance
If you are planning a trip and you will be working on an Archaelogical Site, you are advised to have a Travel Insurance policy in place before you leave your home. Archaeological Digging has been taking place all over the world. Famous Sites that continue to be excavated including the Pyramids, Giza, and Pompeii. Whereas the purpose of digs used to be to uncover…
If you are planning a trip and you will be working on an Archaelogical Site, you are advised to have a Travel Insurance policy in place before you leave your home.
Archaeological Digging has been taking place all over the world. Famous Sites that continue to be excavated including the Pyramids, Giza, and Pompeii.
Whereas the purpose of digs used to be to uncover buried wealth such as jewels and gold from known Sites, the purpose is now to inform our understanding of human activity on a particular Site and further our knowledge of historical periods.
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Summary of Cover
|Section & Cover||Silver||Gold||Platinum|
|Cancellation or Curtailment||£1,000||£3,000||£7,500|
|Medical and Repatriation||£10,000,000||£10,000,000||£10,000,000|
|Scheduled Airline Failure||£1,500||£1,500||£1,500|
*The excess payable does vary depending on the claim benefit.
Please read the full Terms and Conditions of this policy offered by JS Travel Insurance.
This Travel Insurance policy for Archaeological Digging is underwritten by Travel Insurance Facilities and Insured by Union Reiseversicherung AG, UK. Travel Insurance Facilities are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Union Reiseversicherung AG are authorised by BaFin and subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Definitions of Archaeological Digging
Historical Archaeology: This is the study of cultures that had access to a form of writing.
Ethnoarchaeology: This is the study of living cultures.
Experimental Archaeology: This is the use of new and experimental scientific methods to further the field of Archaeology.
Archaeological Digging is a fairly safe activity as long as you take some basic safety precautions:
- Always make sure you are travelling with a reputable and licensed Dig Site Organiser.
- Ensure that you are not surrounded by loose rocks and soil or land that could give way.
Common injuries such as cuts and bruises should be treated by cleaning with antibacterial spray and then covering with a plaster or bandage.
If your dig takes place in a Foreign Country then check with your Doctor about receiving the appropriate Vaccinations before you travel.