The UK's Fastest Growing Travel Insurer+

At CoverForYou, we understand that everyone has different travel insurance needs, which is why we allow you to tailor the perfect travel insurance cover for your trip.

Whether you are travelling for pleasure, on business, taking a cruise or even on your honeymoon, we have a policy to suit your needs. We specialise in travel insurance, it is all we do, and we use our expertise along with your feedback to provide you with great levels of cover at an affordable price.

All our policies include scheduled airline failure as standard, £10 million medical cover, over 100 sports and activities included free and 24 hour emergency telephone assistance, should you become ill or require medical advice during or before your travels.
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Number of people that have trusted CoverForYou for their travel insurance in the last year.
Accident & Liability Cover Cancellation Cover
Airline Failure Cover 100+ Sports & Activities
Baggage Cover Kids Free On Family Policies
Medical Expenses Online Policy Documentation

Please Note: CoverForYou travel insurance policies do not cover undisclosed medical conditions, please refer to the policy wording for full terms and conditions. | * Prices based on a 30 year-old individual travelling in Europe | ** Cover is subject to approval of screened conditions
+ CoverForYou were the fastest growing travel insurance provider in the UK comparison marketplace in 2013

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FCO Travel News

01 Aug 2015
Burma - severe flooding in the regions of Chin, Magwe, Sagaing and Rakhine

31 Jul 2015
The Occupied Palestinian Territories - Summary section - The FCO advise against all but essential travel on Route 60 in the West Bank near Hizma and Jenin. Take caution near settlements in the West Bank, particularly near Nablus.

31 Jul 2015
Israel - Summary section - The FCO advise against all but essential travel on Route 60 in the West Bank near Hizma and Jenin. Take caution near settlements in the West Bank, particularly near Nablus.

31 Jul 2015
Ghana - Health section - a strike by government doctors that began on 30 July may further reduce access to medical facilities

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