Travel Insurance policies that suit you
We understand that not every holiday is the same, which is why we offer a range of excellent value policies, tailored to suit your needs. Wherever you are travelling to, whatever you are doing, we've got you covered.
- Single Trip / Annual Multi Trip – Get A Quote
- Study Abroad - Get A Quote
- Backpackers - Get A Quote
- Travel Insurance with Medical Conditions - Get A Quote
Travel Insurance and the Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19)
You should check with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to ensure they are not advising against travel to your chosen destination.
If the FCO are advising against 'all' or 'all but essential' travel before you purchase a policy:
Most policies will not cover you for travel to that destination.
If the FCO change their advice after you buy your policy:
Some policies may provide cover. Cover for any disruption to your plans whilst you are away will vary by provider.
In all cases please check the policy wording of your chosen provider before buying.
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When you travel abroad, it is important to plan for your trip well in advance, even if you are a seasoned traveller. The Foreign Office has great advice on their website about overseas travel, which we have reflected in our tips below:
- Buy comprehensive travel insurance and declare any pre-existing medical conditions
- Research the country you will be visiting, even if you have travelled there before. Find out if the Foreign Office has recommended against travelling to certain parts of a country or if there is a threat of terrorism
- Check that your passport is valid - certain countries it needs to be valid for six months or more
- Make copies of your passport and travel documents and store them separately to the originals
- Visit your doctor to ask about travel vaccinations or for advice about travelling with a pre-existing medical condition if you have one
- If you need to take medication abroad, store it in your hand luggage and get a letter from your doctor detailing your entitlement to medication. Take spare medication with you in case you are delayed on the way home
- Research local laws and customs and pack clothing that abides by them
- Take the number for Consular Assistance with you in case you run into trouble abroad. You can reach them on 020 7008 5000 (+44 20 7008 5000 if calling from overseas)
- Visit the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Travel Advice - click here