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Honeymoon Destinations 2022

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We are in the midst of wedding season, and this year’s wedding boom is projected to be one of the busiest since pre-COVID-19. Popular wedding planning site, The Knot, has estimated that as many as 2.6 million weddings will take place this year, which is up from the 2.2 million weddings we saw in 2019 and will be the most weddings in one year since 1984!  

Usually with the excitement of a wedding comes the (sometimes even larger) excitement of a honeymoon! With wedding culture growing more and more extravagant, lovebirds are adopting bigger and better ways to honeymoon. In this blog, we’ll look at three different but equally amazing options for your honeymoon in 2022.  

3 Destinations to Consider for your 2022 Honeymoon


Sitting perfectly central in the Caribbean, Jamaica’s blue waters and stunning mountain views are what puts this island country at the top of our list. From the vibrant culture to the welcoming personalities of the locals, Jamaica is the perfect spot to honeymoon. Active travelers will love the different adventures available in Jamaica, such as hiking, snorkeling, rafting, and swimming, while more laid-back travelers can enjoy beach lounging, bar hopping, and luxury resort life.  

If you’re taking your honeymoon to Jamaica during the fall, one thing to be considerate of is the possibility of a hurricane. With experts predicting an “above average” hurricane season for 2022, having a trip insurance plan in place is always a good idea to protect your investment. You can read more about how to protect your honeymoon in case of a hurricane here.  

Paris, France

You can’t have a list of top honeymoon destinations and NOT include the City of Love! Paris is the standard, textbook definition of a romantic honeymoon destination. With 5-star restaurants on every corner, wine flowing more freely than water, and gorgeous historic cobblestone streets and buildings, Paris has something for every lover.  

Some of the top things to do in Paris are taking a sunset cruise down the Seine River, visiting some of the world’s top museums and galleries, and sharing a bottle of champagne on the lawn in front of the Eiffel Tower. Seeing as this is the City of Love, that means it can get very crowded as well. From May to September is when the weather is at its best and also when the tourist numbers are at their highest. If you’re looking to avoid the crowds, try visiting between the months of October and April.  

Napa Valley, California, USA 

If you’re looking to visit or stay in the United States for your honeymoon, Napa Valley needs to be on your list for consideration. From the endless rows of picturesque grapevines to the ultra-luxurious all-inclusive resorts, what else could you want after the stress of planning an entire wedding? 

With near-perfect weather year-round, there really is not a bad time to visit Napa. The easiest way to get to wine country by air is to fly into San Francisco and then make the 90-minute drive North to the vineyards. August-October is harvest season in the valley, which means that is when prices are at their highest. But, if you’re willing to pay a little more to visit during these months, you’ll be rewarded with phenomenal weather, stunning foliage, and vines that are perfectly ripe and ready to be picked.  

If you’re traveling domestically within the U.S. to get to Napa Valley, don’t forget that you can always insure your trip with a Trip Cancellation insurance policy! Many people think you must be leaving your home country to get travel insurance, but that is certainly not the case. Trip Cancellation coverage will cover you if you don’t get to take your trip at all, and the included trip interruption benefits can cover you if you get delayed or miss a flight on the way there, due to a covered reason. 

Where will you honeymoon in 2022?

We’ve given you tropical, international, and United States honeymoon options, but there is an entire world out there for you and your love to explore on your honeymoon. This is such a special and exciting time in your life, and planning your honeymoon should reflect that. You take care of the wedding and honeymoon planning, and we’ll take care of you by covering you with a travel insurance plan that has your back should anything happen. Learn more about our honeymoon insurance today! 

Our customer service representatives are always ready and available to help you choose the best policy for your upcoming trip, live chat with us today!   

Or, if you are ready to go and have booked your honeymoon travel, get a quote for honeymoon travel insurance to make sure you and your trip investment are covered. 


By Administrator at 15 Sep 2022

Jewish High Holiday Travel 2022

Jewish High Holiday Travel 2022

As we head into Autumn, the Jewish community prepares to celebrate some of their most important holidays. Rosh Hashanah, or Jewish New Year, takes place September 25-27, 2022, and marks the start of the High Holy Days for this time of year. Yom Kippur, considered the holiest and most solemn day of the year, is observed October 4-5, followed by Sukkot from October 9-11, and then Simchat Torah from October 16-18. These are considered major holidays, where no work or travel is permitted. At the same time, these holidays are an opportunity for people to be with their family, and that sometimes means traveling to be with each other leading up to the holiday.  

For some, that means heading to Israel. Currently, Israel is open to all travelers without any testing requirements or need to present a recovery or vaccination certificate to enter. Travelers do still need to fill out the  Israel Entry Form within 10 days before their flight or cruise to Israel, or before crossing a land border, and must show proof of health insurance with COVID-19 treatment coverage. 

Israelis who wish to visit family in the United States can do so without presenting a negative COVID-19 PCR test or antigen result upon entering the United States. Travelers 18 and over must show proof they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Additionally, all air passengers to the United States are required to provide contact information to airlines before boarding flights to the United States for the purposes of contact tracing. This process is critical to detect and respond to variants of COVID-19, helping protect the public and international visitors. Learn more about traveling to the United States.

What travel insurance is right for your High Holiday travel?

It is important that you purchase travel insurance for your High Holiday trip, but what insurance is right for you? Since health insurance with COVID-19 coverage is required to enter Israel, and most primary healthcare policies do not cover you while you are abroad, a policy that contains emergency medical coverage is essential whether you are headed to Israel or the United States.  

For travelers coming from Israel to the U.S., a travel medical plan is what you need. The United States does not provide healthcare for visitors from other countries and if you do not have insurance, you will be stuck paying hefty medical bills out of pocket with no reimbursement. Trawick International offers several plans for citizens/residents of Israel to choose from, and all include coverage for COVID-19- related expenses. We treat COVID-19 the same as any other illness. For your added peace of mind, we also provide a visa letter that states COVID-19 is covered.  

If you are traveling from the U.S. to Israel, a comprehensive travel insurance policy that covers both trip cancellation and travel medical is the right choice for you. These policies include the required health insurance along with coverage travel delays, trip interruption, and trip cancellation. Learn more about health insurance to enter Israel. 

At Trawick International, we understand the importance of family and how much our clients want to protect them during these important holidays. If you are traveling this High Holiday Season, get a no-obligation travel insurance quote today.



By Administrator at 12 Sep 2022
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