Tips for eating healthy with diabetes while travelling
Bio: Hi there! I’m Cazzy, a type 1 diabetic with an ambition to become the first female who will travel to every country in the entire world with type 1 diabetes. I’ve had type 1 diabetes for 10 yea
Sharon: My Travel Insurance nightmare
Nothing makes us happier then hearing from our customers, especially when we’ve played a part helping them fulfil their own travel ambitions.
Sharon Osment, a 59-year old Nurse from Dorset contacted
AIG Travel Insurance now available as Insurance giant joins Just Travel Cover panel
This week we welcome one of the world’s leading insurance companies to our panel as we launch Unity Travel, underwritten by AIG (American International Group UK Limited)
The new scheme, w
Seven must-visit cities in the USA
To celebrate the launch of our Unity Travel scheme, underwritten by American International Group Limited (AIG), we’ve gone stateside in this week’s blog.
From the ‘big apple’ to the ‘windy city’ and
Travel Insurance: Are you protected?
Did you know that arranging comprehensive Travel Insurance could end up saving you almost £1,500?
Recent research confirmed a 22% rise in the average cost of a Travel Insurance claim to £1,263, y
How to stay in touch with home when abroad
Using a mobile abroad is something many of us are still cautious about thanks to stories of bill shock and people who came home from holiday to find their children spent hundreds of mobile data or cal
Seven things you must do when in Japan
It seems everyone is talking about Japan, with the “Land of the Rising Sun” fast becoming one of the must-visit destinations in the world.
There are few countries that are as unique as Japan, with fa
Compare Travel Insurance for Japan
In 2018 more than 31 million tourists visited Japan making it the fastest growing holiday destination of the decade.
Japan has set a target of achieving 40 million visitors by the year 2020 with fact
Why having Travel Insurance is important
The average cost of a Travel Insurance claim has increased by 22% in the past five years yet 1 in 10 travelled without insurance in the past twelve months – that’s a staggering 300,000 people.