Travelling (whether its to another city, interstate, or overseas) is generally exciting, and involves careful planning, expenses, and some risk. Travel insurance protects you financially against a wide range of events that can affect your trip. These might include medical expenses, trip cancellation costs, damaged/lost/stolen luggage, flight accident and many other losses incurred wile travelling either internationally or domestically. Organising your travel insurance should be a priority when arranging your travel plans
We recommend arranging your travel insurance as soon as you have paid of your trip in order to cover the exact duration and circumstances of your travel. This will ensure you are not paying for anything that you might not need. Alternatively, for those who are frequent travellers, we can place a ‘multi-trip’ policy which covers an unlimited number of trips within a set time frame.
Note: Many policies offer options for the level of health/medical-expense coverage you wish to obtain, and this greatly affects the cost of the premium. This is because some countries (for example, the U.S.A) have high medical costs. Also, most policies will not cover any medical costs associated with a pregnancy >36 weeks gestation.