There are different types of tourism that adapt to the wishes of travelers, either by places, activities and stories of interest to them.
Below you can find some of the most popular types of tourism:
Cultural: is when you travel for the purpose of knowing other cultures and this may include gastronomic experiences, museums and art galleries among others.
Space: Although actual tourist flights are yet happen, space tourism, where people can take a brief flight into space is aimed at people with high purchasing power because the costs are very high. Space tourism is considered as the next step, after the exploration, in the race of the human being towards space.
LGBT: It is a type of tourism aimed at the LGBT community (lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals). It has increasingly high social acceptance especially in Western Europe, North America, Australia and growing supply in South America and the Caribbean.
Ecological: This type of tourism consists of activities that promote sustainability, preservation, care for the environment and the culture of the place being visited.
Adventure: This type of tourism involves exploration and activities that may involve some risk such as hiking, mountain climbing, horseback riding, rappel, paragliding, among others.
Narcotourism: This type of tourism occurs when one or several people travel to a place with the intention of acquiring and using drugs. There is also another form of narcotourism in which tourists visit places that tell the story of the making of a drug. Remember however, if you are taking narcotics, you may invalidate your travel insurance if you need to make a claim!
Fit 2 Trip aim is to offer travel insurance for everyone regardless of their medical circumstances, we offer travel insurance for families, couples, individual travelers and people with pre-existing conditions such as asthma, cancer, heart disease and others.
When purchasing a policy, you choose the level of coverage: basic, standard or premium, depending on your needs and you can choose between a single trip and multi-trip policies.