Always better to be protected for yourself and your loved ones.
Travel insurance is a plan you purchase that protects you from certain financial risks and losses that can occur while traveling. These losses can be minor, like a delayed suitcase, or significant, like a last-minute trip cancellation or a medical emergency overseas.
In addition to financial protection, the other huge benefit of travel insurance is access to assistance services, wherever you are in the world. A team of medical experts can arrange medical treatment in an emergency, monitor your care, serve as interpreters, help you replace lost passports and so much more.
Benefits vary by plan. It’s important to choose a plan that fits your needs, your budget and your travel plans. Travel benefits are categorized with examples as under :
Loss of Travel Documents / Personal Money
Emergency Medical Coverage
Emergency Medical Evacuation
Accidental death / Disablement
Travel insurance can’t cover every possible situation but is designed to cover unforeseen events.
It is mandatory when applying for visas of Schengen countries and most of our plans are Schengen Visa compliant.
We offer a range of travel insurance plans that include different benefits and benefit limits. So how you know which is best for you? If you don’t travel often you can choose Single Trip plans for the specific number of days that you plan to travel OR If you’re planning several trips in the next 12 months, consider annual travel insurance. It gives you affordable protection for a full year of travel, including benefits for trip cancellation and interruption; emergency medical care; lost/stolen or delayed baggage etc.
Don’t wait too long to buy travel insurance! The best time to buy you travel insurance is immediately after you’ve completed your travel arrangements. The earlier you buy insurance, the bigger your coverage window.
You can buy your travel insurance RIGHT HERE or get in touch with us if you can’t find the plan that you are looking for.
**Travel insurance policies can be issued only for journey originating from Thailand