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Protect yourself with worldwide travel insurance

There’s nothing more exciting than planning an upcoming adventure. Whether you choose to travel internationally or close to home, every trip is bound to be a thrilling and unique experience.

Sometimes, however, holidays don’t always go according to plan.

Cover-More worldwide travel insurance is here to help expect the unexpected on your global travels. From flight delays to lost or stolen luggage, Cover-More worldwide travel insurance enables you to travel with peace of mind.

What is worldwide travel insurance?

By purchasing a worldwide travel insurance plan, you’re protecting yourself from the potential financial risk of medical expenses, delayed or cancelled flights, lost luggage, and more.

In addition to providing cover for emergencies that might occur while abroad, worldwide travel insurance also gives you access to a 24-hour global assistance team and a quick and easy claims process.

Why is worldwide travel insurance important?

Worldwide travel insurance is your trip’s invisible safety net. You don’t want to think about anything unfortunate happening while travelling, but the reality is sometimes things don’t always go according to plan. And in those situations, it’s always better to be prepared. That’s why worldwide travel insurance is so important—by purchasing insurance, you’re protecting yourself from the unexpected.

What benefits does Cover-More’s worldwide travel insurance offer?

Worldwide travel insurance comes with a lot of important benefits. These benefits help to ensure that unforeseen emergencies won’t ruin your trip.

With Cover-More travel insurance, you can enjoy the following benefits both before and during your trip no matter where you travel across the globe:

  • Overseas medical expense cover
  • Amendment or cancellation costs cover
  • 24-hour emergency assistance
  • Personal liability cover
  • A 14-day money-back guarantee*

What happens if something goes wrong while I’m overseas?

Don’t panic! That’s exactly why worldwide travel insurance exists. If you experience a medical emergency, lose any valuable items, miss a flight, or more, Cover-More is here to help. You can either call our 24-hour emergency hotline for help or instantly file a claim online.

However you choose to contact us, we are here to provide assistance during an emergency.

Which countries are included in Cover-More’s plan?

Most of the countries in the world are covered under the policy but please check the policy wording or call our customer service team if you are not sure. When purchasing your insurance please select the correct region applicable to your trip.

How much does worldwide travel insurance cost?

There is no set cost for a worldwide travel insurance plan. This is because the price of each plan is determined by the options you select.

The cost is based on your personal information such as your age, any pre-existing medical conditions, your trip’s destination, the length of your journey, and the optional extras you may need.

No matter the ultimate cost, it’s always worth remembering this: while the plan costs may vary, the price will always be a small fee compared to the possible financial losses incurred because of an unforeseen emergency.

3 tips for travelling internationally

Before you travel internationally, it’s important you do your research. Beyond finding the right travel insurance policy for your trip, it’s critical you find out some basic information about your final destination.

#1. Protect your health with vaccinations

Be sure to look up whether or not the country you’re travelling to requires certain vaccinations. When you travel outside of the UK, it’s important to take the necessary precautions to guard yourself against potential diseases present in other countries.

Be sure to check out this comprehensive Travel Vaccination list detailing which countries around the globe require vaccinations upon entry.

#2. Find out if your destination requires an entry visa

Being a UK citizen provides you access to numerous countries without the need of a visa. The British passport is even ranked 6th in terms of travel freedom by the Henley Passport Index, as UK citizens have visa-free access to 183 countries and territories. And while many countries don’t require visas from UK travellers, it’s always smart to double-check before your journey begins.

Most countries that require a visa for UK travellers are located in Africa. Some countries in the Middle East also require a visa, as do Russia and China.

#3. Get extra cover for adventurous activities

If you plan to engage in adventure sports or activities while travelling, it’s a good idea to find a travel insurance policy that covers all parts of your upcoming trip. Cover-More offers optional extras such as Winter Sports, which is the perfect addition if you plan on skiing or snowboarding on your next adventure.

Depending on the plan purchased through Cover-More, you can also expect cover to be provided for most activities and extreme sports.

A few activities available on all Cover-More travel insurance plans include:

  • Cycling
  • Kayaking (excluding sea kayaking)
  • Windsurfing
  • Mountain biking
  • Scuba diving

Happy trails, traveller

We hope everything goes smoothly on your worldwide travels, but if any last-minute or unexpected incidents should occur, Cover-More travel insurance is here to help. With Cover-More travel insurance, your international trip is in safe hands.

Get your free quote online today, or if you’d rather talk to a customer service representative, feel free to give our friendly British-based team a call on 0203 695 7574.

Need inspiration on which countries to include on your worldwide trip? Check out our blog for tips, tricks and stunning pics.

Want extra information on worldwide travel insurance? Call our customer service team today on 0203 695 7574.

Ready to purchase your policy? Get a quote online now.

*Money-back guarantee available when you cancel your policy within 14 working days of purchase, and you have not made a claim or departed on your journey.