For your cover to be valid, you, and anyone you would like named on your policy must:

  • Be a UK resident (not including the Channel Islands)
  • Be registered with a doctor in the UK and well enough to travel
  • Not already have started your trip
  • Not, at the time of your trip, be travelling against Government (FCDO) advice

About your trip

Single Trip - To cover you for a single trip outside your province or territory of residence for the duration selected.

Annual Multi-Trip - To cover you for multiple trips throughout a 365 day period. The maximum days which you can be away for per trip will be shown with each plan.

Please tell us about all the countries you are visiting. This includes any stopover countries where you will be leaving the airport, or any countries where your ship will be docking.

We only need to know about the countries you are visiting, not the cities.

Select the date you are leaving your home for your trip.

You only need to start your policy from the date you leave your home for your destination. This should be the date you leave your home for your trip, rather than the date your flight, ship or train departs. If cancellation is included on your policy, you’ll be covered as soon as you buy the policy.

Select the date you return home from your trip.

This should be the date you return home from your trip, rather than the date your flight, ship or train arrives back from your destination.

You can choose to cover your gadgets, such as your mobile phone or tablet. You'll also need to tell us if you are going on a cruise or taking part in any winter sports activities to ensure you are covered.

Gadget Cover

Provides cover (such as accidental damage, theft or loss) for gadgets which could include phones and tablets. Please read your policy documents for more information.

Winter Sports Cover

Provides cover for ski equipment, ski pack and medical rescue. Please read your policy documents for more information.

Cruise Cover

Covers the specific activities and risks associated with cruise holidays - e.g. missed port, cabin confinement and unused excursions. Please read your policy documents for more information.

About you

A couple is 2 individuals living at the same address. A family is up to 2 adults with 1 to 10 children. A group is 2 or more people travelling together up to a maximum of 12.

A Family - A single parent or two parents travelling together with their child or children (under 18 years) for whom they are the legal guardians and who all reside together.

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