Most of the travel insurance plans we offer can provide coverage anywhere outside of the insured's home country and this can include multiple destinations. Generally, you can enter in the "destination country" as the country you will visit first, but listing the additional destinations is usually not required. For example, if you are traveling to six countries in Europe, you could put the first country you will visit as your "destination country" and the plan would still provide coverage in the remaining five countries on your itinerary. For non-US citizens traveling to the US and elsewhere outside of their home country, the Atlas America plan is a good option. For US citizens traveling outside the US, consider the Atlas International plan. Please feel free to call us at 1-866-384-9104 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions or need assistance purchasing a plan.
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