Can I still buy Travel Insurance during Coronavirus pandemic?
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic the UK government are currently advising British nationals against 'all but essential travel', leading to many holidays being cancelled or postponed.
This has left man
Coronavirus: Your questions answered
On March 11 2020 the WHO (World Health Organisation) declared Coronavirus a pandemic. This means that our insurance policies have limited cover for anything in relation to the Coronavirus, such as can
Travel Insurance for kidney disease
With World Kidney Day fast approaching we're joining in to help raise awareness of kidney disease. We know that it can be difficult to find travel insurance if you have recently been diagnosed with ki
8 tips for a successful multi-generational holiday
Multi-generational travel is becoming increasingly popular with more than half of UK families either going on a multi-generation holiday or thinking about one.
Whilst on paper it can seem like the pe
Everything you need to know about medical treatment abroad
If you have an accident or feel unwell whilst you are on holiday you may need to seek medical advice or treatment.
The average Travel Insurance claim for medical treatment abroad is £1,368 however th
A Guide to Travelling Solo in 2020
It wasn’t long ago when going away on your own was completely unthought of. Things are changing, however, and there are more and more people who are opening up to the idea. Whether you are bereaved, l
Finding a healthcare provider for your travel needs
Looking after our health is one of the most important challenges we are faced with. Our wellbeing is something which should factor into all the decisions we make on a daily basis, not just when we’re
Travel Insurance cover for cancer patients
Tuesday 4 February is World Cancer Day, a leading international awareness day that aims to unite the population in the fight against cancer. It aims to save millions of preventable deaths and inspirin
5 reasons you should go to The Netherlands in 2020
More than 20 million people visit The Netherlands each year with the majority heading to Amsterdam, the country’s capital.
It’s known for its windmills, cheese markets, wooden shoes, canals and bicyc