Top 5 Ski Holidays Destinations

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Ski Holidays DestinationsWhen it comes to picking the holiday of a lifetime a ski holiday will get most peoples pulses racing. Below is a list of the top 5 ski destinations and the accommodation there to help you with your search for the perfect holiday. There are a number of amazing holidays we have found across Europe and North America with accommodation in both chalets and hotels.

The first destination is in Zermatt at a chalet in Zermatt Peak, a 5 Star luxury holiday using very high quality natural materials. The second is the Chalet Gentianes which is often described as the most desirable skiing location Courchevel. The area is lined with snow covered trees and the chalet has been built within the alpine area. Verbier is a popular destination and the Chalet No.14 (which replaces the famous Hotel Les Rois Mages). The new chalet has undergone a multi-million pound transformation and is now very luxurious. Another popular destination in Verbier is the chalet Dent Blanche which was finished in 2009 and is one of the area’s most famous private homes. The accommodation is vast and can sleep 8 adults and 8 children and is right in the centre of the village. The last destination in the list is in France, the Marco Polo chalet in the Val d’Isere offers over 700 metre square of skiing area. This particular chalet can accommodate 12 guests in 6 spacious beautifully designed ensuite bedrooms. The living area offers a very large open plan living area around a central kitchen.

When you have found your perfect holiday it is important to find ski travel insurance, which is designed to protect you both on and off the piste. By purchasing a ski travel insurance policy you will benefit from all of the usual holiday cover such as luggage cover and holiday cancellation. A ski policy will help you cover any extra expenses which may pop up on a skiing holiday. It is important to take out a ski holiday policy because of increased risk associated with winter sports activities such as broken bones. It is not just accidents which can be costly; replacing the loss of expensive ski equipment can be a costly. Most policies will also cover the smaller issues such as loss of a ski pass.

Policy prices will vary depending on the length of your trip and your destination, as well as the level of cover you require. If you are planning on carrying out a variety of sports while on holiday there is the option of winter sports travel insurance. It is important to remember that any ski routes not marked out may not be covered, so be sure of the details before you take part in any activities.

It is always worth remembering that it is not always most beneficial to select the cheapest policy you can find as you need to be certain that any unexpected costs (which can run into thousands of pounds) are covered. By having the ideal policy in place you will be able to relax and enjoy your holiday.