Learn about the 3 international levels of cover for World2Cover travel insurance, along with additional options to customise our insurance to meet your needs.
World2Cover travel insurance provides a wide range of benefits to help give you added peace of mind on your trip, whether you’re travelling solo, with a friend or the whole family. Plus, with the added options to reduce your excess from $200 to $100 or $0 (except for Basics cover only to $100), cover a cruise or even winter sports, you have greater flexibility at your disposal.
We offer three specialised levels of cover for your international travelling needs:
Our basics cover provides simple but fundamental cover that you don’t want to go without.
The essentials package is the ABC of cover; you can be sure that the “essentials” are covered.
Lastly, with top cover, you can take advantage of the most comprehensive cover we provide
For avid travellers, the annual multi-trip insurance option may save you money and ensure each of your getaways are insured with our most comprehensive level of cover. Think of it as a membership of sorts; a membership that belongs to adventurous professional relaxers or those just along for the ride.
Our International Single Trip Top and Domestic covers include COVID-19 benefits& as of the 17th November 2021. For more details please refer to our Product Disclosure Statement.
&Policy criteria and conditions apply.
Compare our policy benefits and get a quote today. Happy travelling!
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.