Doing 3 weeks on our own (no cruise) taking in all the advice from fellow fodorites. Can any one speak to the topic of travel insurance, since Alaska's tourist season is so limited and most lodges/activities require full payment well in advance. For example, Brooks and Denali lodging post their cancellation policies and refund timeline and suggest getting travel insurance. Can anyone recommend a company that they have used? And thank you to all the Alaska Trip Reports and ongoing communication to help us all plan our dream trips to Alaska - so much more information we'd ever find in books!! We were ready to book this trip two years ago, however, illness in the family put a halt to our plans. Thanks for any help, it is truly appreciated.
Alaska - Travel Insurance Advice
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