Single trip travel insurance

Relaxing on a luxury holiday, exploring on a short city break or hitting the slopes on a skiing adventure, we've got you covered.

  • Shape your cover to fit your needs with optional extras such as golf cover, skiing cover and equipment hire, cruise cover and more
  • Cover for baggage, medical expenses, cancellation and legal protection included as standard

What is travel insurance?

Travel insurance is designed to protect you from those unexpected occurrences that could impact you, either before or during your trip. It offers cover for a range of unforeseen events, including insolvency of an airline or accommodation provider, medical expenses, lost luggage, delays or cancellations.

You can also purchase additional cover for skiing or winter sports trips, cruises, business travel and weddings or civil partnerships. 

What's covered?

  • Cancellation up to £5,000
  • Medical expenses up to £10,000,000 including repatriation. (Read more about pre-existing medical conditions here)
  • Baggage up to £2,000 which is increased by £1,000 if you choose to include cruise cover
  • Scheduled airline failure cover up to £2000
  • Delayed departure cover up to £5,000
  • Personal accident cover up to £30,000
  • Legal expenses cover up to £50,000 and personal liability cover up to £2,000,000

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. 

It can be useful to arrange your travel insurance at the same time as you book your holiday, this will ensure that you're protected for any financial loss if you have to cancel.

Travel insurance will cover cancellation or curtailment of your trip if you are unable to travel because of an unforeseen circumstance, for example a family bereavement, illness or burglary. 

European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)

Medical expenses cover is also a major part of any holiday insurance policy, no matter where in the world you are travelling. 

If you are travelling within the EU and have a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), it can be useful to have holiday travel insurance too. The EHIC only covers you for some medical treatment, and will not cover any costs associated with repatriation.