IMPORTANT NEWS CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) COVER IS NOW AVAILABLE - We can confirm all of our policies now provide cover for Medical and other Expenses outside of the United Kingdom if you contract Coronavirus (COVID-19) whilst abroad. Some of our policies now also offer other additional Coronavirus (COVID-19) benefits. The policies that offer the additional cover are clearly marked where we display our prices along with the full terms and conditions. Further details of the cover can be found here. All our policies will only provide cover, if prior to your trip commencing, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has NOT advised against all (or all but essential) travel to your chosen destination. If you are travelling against advice outlined by the FCO https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice you will NOT be able to make a claim. Please ensure that your chosen destination is one that is permitted for non-essential travel. We can assist you via telephone Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org. If your query is regarding a claim please click here for further details.
We all love our holidays. Whether it be a short UK trip or a two week all inclusive to Bora Bora, we all want to avoid a disaster! So here at MedicalTravelInsurance.co.uk we have come up with our best tips for avoiding a holidaying disaster!
When travelling there are always costs that we forget to consider. You set a budget of £600 per person, search for the dream package for a little more but you are willing to fork out the extra because it has a high rating on tripadvisor. That’s all great however there’s a reason you set a budget, you need to remember all those little extras that add up, you have to sort out transport to the airport, as well as your spending money and that shirt you love but your partner despises. Not forgetting airport parking, car hire, travel insurance as well.
The best way to avoid disappointment on holiday is by booking excursions in advance this ensure that you have your place on the boat trip around the other islands. It's also best to book them with established companies that cover you for cancellation just in case.
Before going away it is best that you check your passport just in case it has expired. Imagine walking up to the check in desk, bags packed dreaming about the golden beach to be told your passport expired last week, yeah not something you’d like to happen in your lifetime at all. So it’s best to check your passport at least a month before you leave. Another important document to check is your travel insurance you have to be sure that just like any other type of insurance your details are 100% correct otherwise a claim could be declined.
A study showed that us brits, especially the younger ones don’t take out travel insurance when going on holiday this means in some cases they are left with medical bills in excess of £30,000. Why run that risk when you can pay from £7 for travel insurance which gives you peace of mind and that will cover you if an unforeseen event happens. You can get a quote now and be covered in no time. Click here to go and get a quote.
Our medical travel insurance team are ready to provide you with assistance regarding your quote. If you would prefer to talk to an advisor to receive a quote or have a query please contact our UK based customer service team. Find out details on our contact us page.