Travel Insurance for Allergies

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Don’t let allergies stop you from enjoying your holiday – get Travel Insurance that covers you

Travelling with allergies can be a stressful experience, but it shouldn’t stop you from enjoying your well-deserved break. Making sure you have Travel Insurance for allergies will help everyone relax while you’re away.

Whether you are a city-wanderer or a sun-worshipper, don’t let your allergies get in the way of your holiday!

Knowing that your allergies are covered in the event of a medical emergency will allow you to enjoy all your trip has to offer with peace of mind. We recommend that you prepare by packing any allergy medication that you need so that you can be confident when trying new foods and experiencing new places.

Tailored Cover for Unique Allergies

We know there are many types of allergies, and each diagnosis is unique. Whether you have a nut allergy, food intolerance, skin irritation, extreme hayfever, a prescription drug allergy, or something else entirely, you must declare it to your travel insurer.

Allergic reactions can affect everyone differently. Mild irritations such as itching, cold-like symptoms, and vomiting are common reactions, all of which are unpleasant. In some cases, however, the allergic reaction can be life-threatening, such as anaphylaxis, so you must have Travel Insurance to protect you if you need emergency medical help.

An allergic reaction can be scary, but experiencing this while abroad and away from your usual doctor can be even more stressful. This is why you should get Travel Insurance that covers your allergies to know that you will be covered if an allergy-related medical emergency happens.

Easy Insurance Process
Finding Travel Insurance for allergies has never been easier, thanks to our quick and straightforward online medical screening process. If you are unsure whether you need to get Travel Insurance for your allergy, speak with one of our Travel Insurance specialists today. We are experienced in searching our insurance market to help find a Travel Insurance policy that covers you.

It is essential that you answer the questions during the medical screening process as honestly and accurately as possible. By doing this, we will be able to fully understand what sort of Travel Insurance you need for your allergies, compare insurers, and help you find cover quickly.

Travel Insurance for Allergies FAQs

Frequently asked questions about Travel Insurance for Allergies.

How do you travel with a nut allergy?

A nut allergy is one of the more severe allergies, and if you’re living with the condition you’ll already know that you should be cautious at all times, especially while travelling. You can take several steps to prepare for travel when you have a nut allergy:

  • Tell your airline about your allergy 24 hours before your flight.
  • Research the food and the culture of your destination before you go.
  • Write down key phrases in the language of the country you are travelling to. This could include things such as “I have a nut allergy” or “Does this contain nuts?”. 
  • Don’t take risks. Make sure your EpiPen or epinephrine injector is available at all times if you use one.
Do you have to declare an allergy on Travel Insurance?

Allergies are considered a pre-existing medical condition, so you must declare them to your insurance company. To be safe, you should ensure that your Travel Insurance policy covers your allergies before you travel so that you are protected should something happen while you’re on holiday.

To ensure you are protected in an allergy-related emergency while you’re away, take out allergy Travel Insurance. Even if you haven’t had a recent reaction or don’t need to use your Epipen, this is crucial.

Does Allergy Travel Insurance cover anaphylaxis?

Yes, allergy Travel Insurance from Just Travel Cover can provide cover for anaphylaxis. It’s crucial to declare any history of anaphylaxis during the medical screening process when applying for a policy, to make sure we can provide you with suitable anaphylaxis Travel Insurance. Always carry your emergency medication like an EpiPen and ensure it’s easily accessible throughout your trip.

Does nut allergy Travel Insurance cover the cost of an EpiPen?

Your specialised Travel Insurance policy may provide cover for allergy medications, such as EpiPens or other epinephrine injectors, should they become lost or require replacement. It’s important to be familiar with the exact name of your medication, as it could be marketed under a different name in other countries, or a similar brand name might refer to an alternative medication elsewhere.

Travel Insurance for Allergies – Your Cover

  • Cancellation/ curtailment up to £12,500 (£30,000 on referral)
  • Missed departure up to £1,500 per person
  • Baggage up to £3,000 per person
  • Personal Liability up to £2 million per person
  • Zero excess policies available

Medical Cover for Allergies

  • Emergency medical expenses and repatriation up to £15 million
  • 24/7 emergency medical assistance
  • Cover for all types of Autoimmune Conditions

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