Oceana is the home of the Carstensz Pyramid in Indonesia, another one of the Seven Summits.
We strongly recommend protecting the cost of your trip and other non-refundable travel expenses with travel insurance. Global Rescue’s Signature Travel Insurance allows you to insure all of your expenses. While a Signature Travel Insurance policy can be purchased at any time, purchasing a policy within 20 days of making your initial trip deposit gives you the widest range of policy options.
Safety is our top priority, but unforeseen emergencies can occur. A Global Rescue membership will provide you with 24 hour advisory services, field rescue (evacuation from your point of injury/illness to the nearest appropriate medical facility), and also evacuation to your home hospital of choice for continuing care all at no cost to you. Memberships start at just $119.
To purchase Signature Travel Insurance or a Global Rescue membership, click on the Safe Travel Partner logo, visit www.globalrescue.com/sierrami, or call +1-617-459-4200.
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