Travel insurance is designed to protect you from those unexpected occurrences that could impact you, either before or during your trip. It provides protection for a range of unforeseen events, including emergency medical expenses, loss, theft, or damage to baggage, delays or cancellations.
Up to £5,000 if you have to cancel or postpone your travel plans because of injury, illness or a family bereavement. This includes up to £250 for any pre-paid excursions.
Up to £10,000,000 for emergency medical, ambulance and nursing fees.
We’ll pay up to £2,000 to replace accidentally damaged, lost or stolen bags and their contents including up to £350 for any valuables.
Up to £500 for the replacement of lost or damaged passports, visas and money.
Up to £5,000 if your departure is cancelled after a 12 hour delay, or £20 for every 12 hours of delay, up to a maximum of £100.
You’re covered up to £30,000 if you sustain an injury which results in loss of a limb or eyesight or if you’re left permanently and totally disabled.
If you’re found legally responsible for an accident, we’re here to help. You can claim up to £2,000,000 for compensation you need to pay including legal costs and expenses.
Up to £50,000 towards legal costs if you need help claiming compensation for an injury or incident that happens while you’re abroad.
We offer two levels of travel insurance cover to ensure you are fully protected, essential and comprehensive. The benefits under comprehensive are generally higher than essential.
Tailor your travel insurance to fit your needs with optional extras.
Cover your ski and snowboard gear for theft or damage by adding winter sports cover to your single trip travel insurance on winter sports trips. Whether it’s yours or hired, it’s covered. You can also claim up to £30 a day for piste closure and if an avalanche delays your arrival or departure by more than 12 hours, you’ll receive up to £300 for extra travel and accommodation costs.
Cover specific electrical items against accidental loss, theft or damage during your trip.
If you’re travelling as part of a group you can put all members of your trip on the same policy to save time and hassle. Cover your group’s equipment and money for the duration of the trip.
Extend your policy to provide cover should you choose to take a cruise during your trip.