We’ve seen a lot of the problems that could go wrong on your trip, from lost luggage to medical emergencies. We don’t want to scare you off from exploring the world, we just want you to return home safely with all your stuff. That’s why our TravelCare policy provides cover for those pesky unexpected events.
If this happens… we cover you for up to…
You require medical treatment for an unexpected event that arises during your journey – UNLIMITED (Excess applies)
Because when it comes to you, we want to ensure you get the help and care you need, to be able to return home.
You’re seriously injured as a result of an unexpected event that arises during your journey and have to pay hospital bills – UNLIMITED (Excess applies)
You require emergency dental treatment for relief from sudden and acute pain by the application of antibiotics, temporary dressings or extraction, or tooth injury in conjunction with sudden and acute pain, as a result of an unexpected event that arises during your journey - $750 per person, per journey (Excess applies)
You’re hospitalised as a result of an unexpected event on your journey and are required to stay in hospital continuously for over 72 hours - $100 per 24-hour period, up to a maximum of $3,000 per person, per journey (Excess applies)
Due to an accidental injury on your trip, if you’re aged between 16 and 80 at the start of your insurance and you suffer from total loss of income (because you can't do your normal work on return to New Zealand) – up to $500 per week per person, to a maximum of $6,500 per person, or $13,000 per journey
Increase your cover to protect you if you need to cancel or change your journey before leaving New Zealand. Included automatically: $2,500 per journey (Individual cover); or $5,000 per journey (Family cover), with the option to pay an extra premium, to increase to:
- $5,000, $10,000 or unlimited per journey (Individual cover); or
- $10,000 $20,000 or unlimited per journey (Family cover).
Due to an unexpected event, your travel plans are interrupted for more than 12 hours and you’re stranded overseas - $30,000 or qualifying expenses incurred within the first 30 days, (whichever is lower). Excess applies.
Your luggage or personal items are accidentally lost, stolen or damaged as a result of an unexpected event - maximum of $25,000 per journey (individual policy), $50,000 (family policy). Excess applies.
Your bags are delayed for more than 12 hours at your overseas destination as a result of an unexpected event - $1,000 per person, to a maximum of $5,000 per journey
Your passport or travel documents which you are carrying with you are lost or stolen as a result of an unexpected event - $1,000 (individual policy), or $2,000 (family policy). Excess applies.
You cause loss of, or damage to, property or bodily injury to another person as a result of an unexpected event while overseas, and you’re legally liable - $1,000,000 per journey.
You have to pay the excess on your rental car, if your rental car is damaged or stolen as a result of an unexpected event while on your journey - $5,000 per journey
Why choose us?
- You can buy travel insurance and submit a claim online - because we like to make things easier for you.
- You can get better value for less, because you don’t have to pay commission to a travel agent or insurance broker.
- You deal with us directly, even at claim time, because we underwrite our own policies. So you’ll never have to chase a company you don’t know and have never dealt with before, to follow up on your claim.
- You get access to our worldwide emergency assistance team, ready to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- You get peace of mind with our comprehensive cover, so can relax and enjoy your break, knowing you and your family are covered for the unexpected.
If you have any queries about our cover, email us anytime, or call us on 0800 800 571 Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm NZST/NZDT.
What you need to know
This page provides a summary of the key terms only. As with all insurance policies, terms and conditions apply. For our terms and conditions (including information about exclusions, excesses and sub limits) we recommend you read the travel insurance policy document.