Travel Insurance

About Travel Insurance

We highly recommend that you protect your travel plans by purchasing travel insurance. This will help protect you against the unexpected while on your trip.
We have included links below to reputable insurers we recommend with confidence.

Travel Insurance FAQs

What Is Travel Insurance?

Travel insurance is a paid plan that you choose before departing for travel which covers any accidental costs which may occur during your trip, such as illness, injury, or financial losses such as baggage problems. Travel insurance is absolutely crucial to a traveler who wants peace of mind.

Who Should Get Travel Insurance?

Everybody should get travel insurance if they are planning on leaving their home country for any period of time. Even a weekend trip across the border may result in a serious injury in another country, which can end up costing you thousands of dollars in unexpected medical expenses. 

How Much Does It Cost?

Travel insurance costs are dependent on the coverage you decide on, the length of your stay, and the risk of your claim. It generally varies from 4-10% of your trip cost.

What Does It Cover?

There are many different options, plans and packages available for travel insurance which can be individually tailored to your needs and your coverage.

I Have A Chronic Illness. Am I Still Covered?

Eligibility is determined by the chronic illness itself and any persistent symptoms or interactions from your illness. Your medical provider and travel insurance agent will determine eligibility dependent on these factors. 

If approved, your chronic illness is covered for travel.

Are There Vaccinations I Should Get Prior To Travel?

Depending on where you’re travelling in the world, vaccinations may be mandatory upon entry of the country, and proof of vaccination may be required to be approved for travel insurance. 

Read the guide to travel vaccinations.

Insurance Options for American Travelers

Insurance Options for Canadian Travelers

Travel Medical Insurance : All Countries

(Does not include Cancellation Insurance)