With the longest holiday weekend (April 6-10, 2023) just a few days away, Pioneer Insurance wants Filipinos who will travel during Holy Week to have a worry-free summer vacation with its travel insurance.
Pioneer’s Accident and Heath Retail Head Jo-I Kapunan stated that they expect many of our countrymen to travel during Holy Week, especially since Monday (April 10) has also been declared a holiday in honor of the Araw ng Kagitingan.
“For travelers who wish to get more financial security for their travels, our travel insurance products are accessible online 24/7. Filipinos who are again traveling either domestically or internationally can have added peace of mind and fully enjoy their vacation,” she added.
Pioneer Insurance will continue to post tips and reminders on our official Facebook Page on how to make summer vacation trips less stressful. “Planning for a trip is stressful. The threat of COVID-19 still exists. We want our Kababayans to be fully prepared to make their travel experience secure and enjoyable through our ongoing #TravelConfidently campaign,” she said.
“We need to remember the importance of having a reliable insurance when traveling, especially one that covers COVID-19 for emergency medical treatment, which Pioneer has offered since the first year of the pandemic,” Kapunan added.
Pioneer’s travel insurance can be purchased any time through InsureShop at https://insureshop.ph/travel with several payment options like debit or credit cards, e-wallets, mobile banking, or electronic bank transfers available to the customer.
For domestic travel via land, sea, or air, their SureTrip and DayTrip products are available online at https://products.pioneer.com.ph/Travel. These are budget-friendly travel insurance catering to leisure and business trips starting at P69.
As it is Pioneer’s business to provide added peace of mind to travelers, the company is taking an active role active role in encouraging Filipinos to travel with care and confidence even with the various risks present like COVID-19 medical emergencies, climate change resulting in severe weather conditions, and heightened operational difficulties encountered by the travel industry post quarantine period of the pandemic.