Ambae Island Volcano | Vanuatu

Information about Vanuatu’s Volcano and your travel insurance The Pacific nation of Vanuatu have ordered thousands of people to leave Ambae Island as a volcano erupted and filled the sky with ash. Safe Travel has labelled Ambae Island as high…

Oh yes it’s cold, it’s windy and sometimes it’s rainy too. Perhaps that’s why all your friends are showing off about jetting away to warmer climates to beat their winter blues. Although, if you see one more Facebook post in…

Cyclone Pam  – Pacific Islands Monday 16 March 2015 Cyclone Pam has caused substantial damage to some islands in the South Pacific and this has affected the travel plans for some of our customers. For cover to be provided for…

Pacific Island Mosquito-borne Disease Outbreak

News reports have been coming in fast to the Worldcare office around some major outbreaks of mosquito-borne diseases in the Pacific Island. As it is peak season for New Zealanders to head to our nearby tropical island neighbours, we thought it wise to let you know how to avoid mosquito bites, as well as signs to look out for if you do get bitten. Dengue fever, chikungunya and Zika fever have reached epidemic levels in the past year, enough for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and New Zealand health authorities to actively warn Kiwis to take care when island-hopping.