CSA Travel Protection

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All of the travel insurance plans from CSA are backed by their Customer Commitment to provide superior products and services, attentive customer care and personalized claims handling. With a CSA plan you can rest assured that they will uphold their reputation and stand by you in a stressful time to insure a smooth, in-house claims process.


In business for over 20 years, CSA Travel Protection, based in California, provides comprehensive travel insurance plans for travelers taking domestic and international trips. The benefits in the plans are built on the needs of the customers, travel professionals and the underwriter. Their plans are underwritten by Generali U.S. Branch.

Like many other travel insurance companies, they provide a 24-hour emergency hotline from anywhere in the world. This hotline will help customers access a global network of physicians, work as a concierge service for traveling needs, pet relocation assistance and Identity Theft Resolution Services.

Unsure if a travel insurance plan is right for you, but want to take advantage of time-sensitive benefits? CSA Travel Protection offers a 10-day review period in most states. If at any time within those 10 days you decide the plan doesn’t work for your needs you can cancel for a full refund, provided you have not left for your trip or filed a claim.


  • All plans backed by CSA’s Customer Commitment to provide superior products and services.
  • 24-hour emergency and concierge services for your travel needs around the world.
  • 10-day review period for a full refund, provided you meet the criteria.

Customer Ratings and Reviews

Our customers rate the CSA Travel Protection on our site
(4.58) of 5
on average based on 7690 reviews.
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no comments. luckily, not used.
james V.
Generally adequate coverage, but I discovered that this policy doesn't cover any incidental expenses associated with changing our airline reservations to an earlier flight in order to avoid a reliably-predicted extended storm-related delay, even though the airline had already declared a weather event and waived all change fees. It seems the insurer prefers to incur the significantly larger claim that would presumably have resulted if we'd kept our original reservations, which would have stranded us at the airport for a day or more.
Roger F.
My claim was small...just about $200 for a missed tour in Iceland due to illness. When I spoke with the CSA agent on the phone, I was made to feel discouraged. Supposedly I would need more medical documentation than what I did have. I went ahead and filed anyway and VOILA! The letter I had from the hotel person who called the EMT's for me and my own letter explaining things turned out to be adequate. I am very pleased.
Jay S.
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