Travel InsuranceFrom an accident on the ski slopes or losing your luggage, to making sure you are looked after in an emergency, our cover is there for you.
When it comes to travelling, people will tell you to expect the unexpected. While travelling can be unpredictable, at World2Cover we want you focus on treating the avid adventurer in you. It’s our job to expect the unexpected, and it’s your job to take advantage of the protection we offer.
What is travel insurance?
Travel insurance provides policyholders with reimbursement for medical expenses, lost or damaged luggage, trip cancellation fees and more while travelling. To receive compensation, there must be evidence of an unexpected event covered by the travel insurance policy, which resulted in a financial loss for the covered travellers.
Most travel insurance companies can say that they cover lost or damaged luggage, but World2Cover has the unique ability to boast about our new for old feature. New for old means that we keep the same level of value of your damaged items intact. For example, if you’re entitled to a replacement for damaged luggage, we will replace it with brand new luggage of equal value as your luggage# prior to getting damaged, up to the maximum amount of coverage. Please note that a pair or set of items is treated as one item (e.g. a pair of earrings, a camera body and its standard lens and accessories, or a set of golf clubs or a drone with its camera).
#Limits and sub-limits apply
How we develop travel insurance?
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co. Ltd, as the issuer for World2Cover Travel Insurance, aims to develop and distribute travel insurance that is suitable for its customers in a more targeted way. Our Product Design and Distribution Policy outlines how the policy is designed and distributed to the target market.
Target Market Determination (TMDs) will be published from 5 October 2021 to outline the intended class of customers that comprise the target market for the travel insurance products along with matters relevant to the distribution review of these products.
What does travel insurance cover?
Our World2Cover policies cover up to 2 adults and their children and grandchildren. Children and grandchildren are covered for free@, provided they are under the age of 25 and do not hold a full-time job. We offer levels of cover that each come with their own set of perks. For example, if you choose to purchase comprehensive cover, domestic pets^# are also covered under your policy&. Yes, that means your furry little friend is protected as well.
World2Cover travel insurance also covers a wide range of pre-existing medical conditions. Therefore, at World2Cover, we recognise and provide coverage for certain pre-existing medical conditions, please refer to our Product Disclosure Statements.
^This cover is per policy
& Policy criteria and conditions apply
Why get travel insurance?
Travel insurance is for those times when life gives you lemons. It is essential for your peace of mind by allowing you to travel the world without worrying about whether or not you will be reimbursed for your valuables. As we said before, travel insurance is for those unexpected times that nobody can anticipate.
Why choose World2Cover?
World2Cover specialises in superior customer service, tailored travel insurance packages, and instant quotes. You have heaps of places to go, people to see, and adventures to experience. Take advantage of our unique packages because, as we know, you have the world to cover. Give us a call at 02 9225 7599 or get an instant online quote today!
@Children & grandchildren aged 25 & under go for free – provided they are financially dependent on their parents, not working full time, do not require a medical assessment and are travelling with you the whole time.
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co Ltd (ABN 80 000 438 291 AFSL 246 548) is the issuer of World2Cover Travel Insurance. The 'World2Cover Travel Insurance - Combined Financial Services Guide and Product Disclosure Statement' (PDS) which includes the policy wording, is available here. Any financial advice set out above is general in nature only, and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of this, you should, before acting on the advice, consider the appropriateness of the advice, having regards to your objectives, financial situation and needs. You should consider the PDS in deciding whether to acquire, or to continue to hold the policies.