Single trip travel insurance offers emergency medical coverage for one trip up to 365 consecutive days. Depending on your age, you may need to fill out a medical questionnaire in order to be eligible for it.
Also known as annual travel insurance, this insurance is the most effective option if you travel frequently or even more than once a year. This plan provides emergency medical coverage for any number of trips within one year, with each trip length having a maximum number of days.
This type of insurance covers most of the unwelcome events that a traveller could face with the convenience of one purchase. All inclusive travel insurance is often a good value when compared to individual specialized policies, providing not only the basics like emergency medical, but also trip cancellation and trip interruption insurance, coverage for baggage loss or baggage delay, accidental death and dismemberment insurance and more, depending on the policy.
Trip cancellation insurance covers up to the full cost of the flight or travel package you purchased if, for unforeseen circumstances, your trip is disrupted or you are unable to take your trip. If you wish to have emergency medical coverage, consider buying an all inclusive travel insurance.
Top Up Insurance
A top-up policy is purchased by travellers who already have coverage, although not for the full duration of the trip. Purchased prior to departure, it comes into effect after the original policy expires providing coverage for the remainder of the trip