North Korea has closed its border to foreign tourists due to the new coronavirus.
I had a tour booked in March, I have been told I will get my deposit back from the tour company if the border is not reopened in time.
But I had flights to Beijing, a Chinese visa paid for, Chinese hotels booked. I only booked all these for my tour to North Korea, as that is one of the only ways to enter, do you think there's a case for a claim for my whole trip if North Korea doesn't reopen its borders by my tour?
I don't want to really just go to China, if I can claim my flights and hotels in China back I'd rather postpone the whole trip, plus I'd have to get extra hotels and activities planned for the time I would have been in North Korea.
I'm not really asking for legal advice, just wondered in general, if any country closes its border, is it valid for an insurance claim?