‍Travel Insurance


Travelling alone can be both an exhilarating and a liberating experience. It’s down to you which direction to turn and how long you choose to take in your surroundings. Having the backup of TUI Travel Insurance, provided by Allianz Partners with their global scale and expertise, can help give you that extra reassurance, in case things don’t quite go to plan.

So whether you’re discovering new landscapes or revisiting your favourite haunts, you can travel lighter knowing you have got protection with a trusted insurer.


Our insurance policy provides cover for:

Cancelling or cutting short your trip
Emergency medical and associated expenses
Loss of passport
Delayed personal possessions
Lost, stolen or damaged personal possessions
Loss of money
Personal accident cover
Missed departures
Delayed departures
Personal liability
Legal expenses
For full T&Cs see our policy documentation


Medical condition upgrade
(may be needed to cover your pre-existing medical condition)
Winter sports cover
(for when you’re hitting the slopes)
Excess waiver upgrade
(to remove the policy excess deduction from any claim)
Sports & leisure upgrade
(for higher risk activities beyond our standard cover)
Enhanced cancellation cover
(up to either £3,000, £5,000, £7,500 or £10,000)
Enhanced personal possessions cover (up to either £2,000 or £3,000)

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I get single trip or annual travel insurance?

Depending on how often you travel, you should decide between taking out a Single Trip or Annual insurance policy. Single Trip holiday insurance is the best form of cover if you only plan on going away once in the near future.

But if you’re thinking of going away twice or more in a calendar year, it could be worth considering an Annual travel insurance policy. Rather than arranging insurance each time you go away, it can be cheaper and less time consuming to take out one Annual policy, rather than multiple Single Trip policies.

Can I get single trip travel insurance for multiple destinations?

When you take out Single Trip travel insurance, you can travel to multiple destinations, as long as your trip does not go beyond the duration or area of cover that you paid for. Whether you’re looking for Single Trip worldwide travel insurance or Single Trip travel insurance for multiple countries in Europe, we’re likely to have a cover option for you. You can tailor our policies to suit your plans, by selecting just the countries you are travelling to.

Please note that you will not be covered if you travel to a country or region that the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office has advised against all travel or against all but essential travel.

Do I need to get single trip travel insurance for Europe?

If you’re heading on holiday to Europe, Single Trip travel insurance is still important. The Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) which is the replacement for the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) gives you some basic medical cover, but you’ll need Single Trip holiday insurance too. The GHIC (like the old EHIC) entitles you to either free or reduced medical costs (depending on how the health care system works in a particular country), but it won’t cover you for everything. For example, If you have to be treated in a private hospital or need to be flown back to the UK in an emergency you won’t be covered with an GHIC or EHIC card.

If you fall ill and need to pay for any medical care whilst you’re away, it could cost you thousands of pounds. But, Single Trip travel insurance will help cover these costs.

Despite the UK leaving the EU in January 2021, the EHIC remains valid for UK holders until the expiry date of their card. However, once your EHIC has expired you will have to apply for a Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). The GHIC replaces the EHIC and can be applied for and ordered now if you don’t already own an EHIC.

I have a pre-existing medical condition; can I still take out a single trip policy?

Our policies exclude cover for claims relating to pre-existing medical conditions, unless they have been declared to and accepted in writing by our medical team. Our team will be able to advise whether or not cover can be provided for your condition. In some case an additional medical upgrade premium may be needed.