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Worldwide travel insurance

Our approach has always been to offer the traveller the choice when it comes to travel insurance. Following a simple quote stage where we determine your needs, the policy options are laid out on screen in such a way that you can easily see what is covered and more importantly whats not covered under each policy.

Customers who are interested in the most cost effective options have the ability to further reduce the policy prices by by removing elements such as baggage and cancellation cover and increasing the excesses.


Average cost for 24h of hospital treatment:
Argentina $429
France $853
Australia $1,472
USA $4,287. (1)




Comprehensive Worldwide travel insurance covers the policyholder for insurable events that may occur before or during travel, such as trip cancellation/interruption, medical expenses for injury or illness, theft of valuables, baggage damage and more. The cost of travel insurance is based on the type of cover requested, the age of the insured, the destination of travel, length of stay, type of activities covered and whether you have any pre-existing medical conditions. We have a wide range of available travel insurance policies available to suit all needs.


Did you know?
£35-45,000. Cost of an air ambulance from USA’s East coast to UK. (2)




Worldwide excluding North America travel insurance is available for:

Individuals, Couples of either sex who reside at the same address and families

Durations between 1 day and 15 months

Cover for Worldwide including USA, Caribbean and Canada

Available on single trip, long stay and annual multi trip policies

Cover for travellers aged up to 99

A wide range of leisure and sports activities available including abseiling, bungee jumping and windsurfing

Travellers with pre-existing medical conditions including standard cover for over 1000 conditions



The fine print

Medical coverage

Limits and exclusions


(1) International Federation of Health Plans, 2012.

(2) The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).