InsuraTrip are back!


Posted in General Travel Insurance on 23 March 2022

InsuraTrip Travel Insurance are delighted to announce its return after an extended break in order to reconfigure, re-assess and improve upon the existing InsuraTrip policy

Many holidaymakers are eager to resume traveling once again and so, Insuratrip are pleased to serve travellers of all types and a number of age groups for their upcoming trips in 2022 and beyond.

During our break, the specialist team at InsuraTrip thought long and hard about reintroducing a travel insurance product specifically with our customers and the current travel environment in mind and so, we are now pleased to provide elements of Coronavirus cover where our customers need it most; Cancellation, Emergency Medical Expenses and Extending your stay for an insured, coronavirus related reason.

The new and improved InsuraTrip travel insurance policies can offer protection for the following:

  • Cancellation if you test positive for COVID within 14 days of departure.
  • Emergency Medical Expenses if you get COVID and are admitted to hospital.
  • Up to £2,000 additional accommodation if you contract COVID, need to isolate and so are unable to travel home . Furthermore, this section of cover also provides an additional £2,000 for 1 person, i.e. a parent or carer, to stay and look after the person if necessary!

As well as the new elements of cover mentioned above, InsuraTrip continue to offer 3 levels of Single Trip and Annual Multi Trip travel insurance cover, suited to most budgets, for travellers up to the age of 69 and providing up to £3,000 cancellation cover, a very comfortable £10,000,000 for Emergency Medical Expenses and much, much more. Providing peace of mind for many unexpected eventualities that come with the uncertainty of traveling.

For more information, read the policy wording here or click here to learn how we can protect you and your family on your next trip.


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