Our policy provides superior levels of holiday cover at affordable prices, giving you peace of mind that you will be covered should the worst happen on your holiday.
Cover highlights include
The benefits include;
If you are going on holiday and booking your trip elements independently, rather than through a travel agent or tour operator, you may like to consider our Enhanced Travel Disruption Extension. This extends the cover in terms of cancellation or curtailment, travel delay and missed departure, giving you similar cover to that as if you had booked through a tour operator in the event of an incident like volcanic ash closing air space, forcing you to extend your stay abroad.
A wide range of sports and activities are covered, although some of these may require an additional premium in order to cover them. These are outlined in the table of activities document below. If you are going skiing or snowboarding you will need to add the Winter Sports extension to the policy.
Additional cover is also available to purchase for the following:
Call us to find out more about any of these options
Please make sure the cover meets your needs. Full details are available in the policy documents which you can download from the Documents section below.
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You should obtain and follow advice given by the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and local or UK health authorities. Where you have a query that relates to your travel plans, you must contact your tour operator, airline, accommodation provider or other travel companies to discuss options such as refunds, amendments or postponements.
FCDO advice can be found at www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice
For trips involving a stopover in an area for which there is a FCDO directive in place, you should check with your travel provider to see if they can change your itinerary. For trips to countries where there has been an outbreak of Coronavirus, but for which no FCDO directive is in place, you must contact your travel provider to see if they can assist you with amending your trip. While we appreciate that you may no longer wish to travel, your insurance will not cover a cancellation claim in these circumstances. Check your policy terms and conditions to see what cover applies and how much you may be able to claim.