Travel is fun. Travel insurance is not. But like most boring things, it’s important (you know, in the same way that boring food is really good for you). If you’re going away, you should consider buying yourself a holiday insurance policy when you book your trip so you’re covered if something goes wrong.
Wherever you’re going, whatever you’ll be doing there, and no matter what age you are, we’ve probably got a travel insurance policy that will cover you, your family and your valuables. Isn’t that nice?
We’ve got a range of different options, including travel insurance policies for one-off trips, annual multi-trip policies for if you go away a lot, as well as more specialist policies if you’ll be doing something a bit daring or out-of-the-ordinary. Some people just like to be different…
Why you might need travel insurance
No matter what you’ll be doing, travel insurance cover can help you if you get into a sticky situation. We can’t stop the bad things from happening (obviously) but we can minimise the cost if something does go wrong.
If something doesn’t go to plan, it can end up costing quite a bit. But if you get yourself some travel insurance before you go, you won’t have to worry.
We’ve got it covered
There are three levels of holiday cover for a single trip travel insurance policy. These are Budget, Silver and Gold. What they cover and the premiums you’ll pay for them vary according to the level, but some things are covered as standard across all three travel insurance policies. They’re the really important bits.
- Cancelling and cutting short your holiday
- Abandoning your trip
- Delayed departure
- Medical and other expenses
- Hospital benefit
- Personal accident, including loss of limbs or sight, permanently disabled and death benefit
- Personal liability
- Legal expenses
- Accommodation cover
- Scheduled airline failure
- Child assist cover
- Personal belongings and baggage
- Personal money
- Passport and travel documents