Why Do You Need over 60’s Travel Insurance?
A travel insurance policy for over 60’s with a pre-existing medical condition is all about holidaying with peace of mind, wherever you go.
You might be thinking of retiring soon and thinking of all the places you’d like to visit? Start your dream destinations list today with the right cover from AllClear.
Maybe you’ve got your tickets and your passport, but what about the right travel insurance? It’s that extra layer of security that allows you to really unwind, knowing that even if something doesn’t go to plan, you’re prepared anyway.
We’ve got your back when it comes to lost luggage, delayed flights and, most importantly, medical emergencies.
It’s vital to declare all your pre-existing conditions when getting your travel insurance quote. Otherwise, you might not be properly covered in the event of a claim relating to your pre-existing conditions.
Our over 60’s cover can give you the freedom and confidence to travel the world. Make AllClear your travel companion for peace of mind.
Should You Declare All of Your Pre-Existing Medical Conditions?
It is essential that you declare any pre-existing medical condition you may have whatever age you may be.
If you choose not to declare all of your conditions, it could make your policy invalid.
Plus, did you know a UK holidaymaker needs emergency medical assistance abroad every 3 minutes?
You can declare your medical conditions and get comprehensive cover in a matter of minutes through our easy medical screening process – via our website or by speaking to one of our trained professionals over the phone.
Why Choose AllClear? The Key Benefits
- Medical expenses covered up to £15,000,000.
- Cancellation and Curtailment covered up to £5,000.
- Personal Belongings covered up to £3,000.
- All ages. All medical conditions. All destinations.
What Else Can We Cover?
Travel delays - and other costs should you need to make alternative arrangements, in the event that any booked transport is heavily delayed or cancelled
Airline or end supplier failure - included as standard on AllClear Gold and Gold Plus policies, to make sure you don’t lose money if your travel company goes bust and your holiday isn’t protected by the ABTA or ATOL schemes
Activities free of charge - we cover many sports and travel activities without any additional cost, including jet-skiing, horse riding, scuba diving (up to 30 meters deep), safari and gorilla trekking, cycling, and, if you fancy it, even zorbing!
No two holidays are the same, tailor your policy to suit your needs! Our optional extras are there to enhance your cover – including, Golf, Winter Sports and Gadget Cover. Upgrade your cover to ensure you have the level and quality you require.
Join over 3 Million People We’ve Helped Cover
Worried we can’t quote your medical condition? We’ve covered over 1300 different conditions since the year 2000.
“After being refused cover by over 21 companies as ‘too high a risk’
I thankfully got cover for my holiday.”
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Take 3 Easy Steps to Multiple Quotes
Escape the boredom of normal travel insurance questionnaires.
AllClear make it easy with our 3 step quote process.
Follow the steps below and buy with confidence!
1. Call us or click a quote button on our siteOnce you are ready to start the quote process, the first step is to provide your personal details and information about your holiday plans.
2. Complete our simple medical screening processYou then select the medical conditions for you (and any other travellers) and answer the specifically designed medical questions.
3. Get your quotesA summary of the quotes offered will then be provided for you to review. You can save your quotes or proceed to purchase at this stage.
Still need any help?
Travel Tips for over 60’s
Whether you’re after a lazy beach break or the adventure of a lifetime, AllClear will make it happen. Our AlClear Gold and Gold Plus policies can include jet skiing, horse riding, scuba diving (up to 30 meters deep), safari and gorilla trekking, cycling, and if you fancy it, even camel riding!
Cancellation cover starts as soon as your policy, so booking your travel insurance early can really pay off. You can tick another thing off your pre-holiday checklist if you sort this early
Familiarise yourself with your travel insurance documents before travelling. A handy tip is highlighting all emergency numbers and contacts in case you need to use them or even saving them to your phone for ease of access
Taking medication? Talk to your GP about the adjustments required when travelling in different timezones and ensure you have sufficient medication to last the trip, plus a little extra in case of delays.
Lost your documents? Not to worry – speak to our friendly Customer Care Team via Live Chat or give us a call on 0800 640 4811, and we'll get you a copy of your documents in no time
Frequently Asked Questions About Travel Insurance for over 60’s
Does being over 60 affect how long you can travel on the over 60's travel insurance policy?
We’re pleased to say that no matter your age, you can travel up to:
Does the over 60's travel insurance cover include repatriation?
Yes – always! Cover for repatriation to your Home Country also extends to any other travelling member who is listed on your policy.
Can you get over 60's cover if you're on a waiting list for a treatment?
Yes, just be sure to answer that you are on a waiting list for treatment during the Medical Warranty section of your quote.
Plus, if you’d like to be covered for cancelling your holiday due being on the waiting list, simply Waiting List cover as an optional extra.
Can someone else join your travel insurance policy if they're under 60?
Yes they can.
Being on the same policy as a friend or family member also has the great benefit of mutual cancellation cover should one of you need it.
How often can you travel with over 60's travel insurance?
With our over 60’s annual multi-trip travel insurance, you can take any number of trips during the year. Rather than needing to tell us exactly where you’ll be, you only need to select your preferred region of the cover.
However, there are restrictions on the length of time you can be away for any one trip. You can see the maximum trip duration for each of our providers here.
Where can you travel to with AllClear’s over 60's travel insurance?
We cover all destinations. For a single trip policy, simply enter the name of the country you are visiting. For an annual policy, you have three regions to choose from: Europe, Worldwide excluding North America, and Worldwide including North America.
How is the cost of over 60's travel insurance calculated?
A number of variable factors are taken into consideration when calculating premiums. These include: The destination to which you are travelling (for example, Spain, the United States and Canada are among the more expensive countries in which to receive medical treatment); The duration of your trip; The type and severity of your medical conditions; Your age and the level of benefits being offered to you.
Quote premiums may vary by provider because they may offer different levels of cover, excesses and upgrades.
How do you know you are ‘Fit to travel’?
You don’t need to provide us with a certificate from your doctor, but you will need to confirm you’re fit to travel at the time of getting a quote or purchasing a policy. If you need to make a claim, you may require a letter from your doctor confirming that you were fit to travel at the time you bought your policy, and the date when you were declared unfit to travel.
What if you purchase an over 60's travel policy then your medical conditions change?
If you’ve purchased an over 60’s travel policy and you need to amend something to do with your declared medical conditions then simply get in touch at the earliest possible opportunity and we will update your details.
It’s important to let us know any changes before you travel to ensure your policy is the most up to date and you’re still covered.
Do you need over 60's travel insurance if you have an EHIC card?
With the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) you will receive treatment in any of the EU’s 28 states as a local citizen. However, this is based on treatments received in public, not private hospitals.
The EHIC isn’t a substitute for travel insurance. It doesn’t cover you for:
What’s the difference between single trip or annual multi-trip travel insurance for over 60's?
It’s quite simple.
→ Single trip travel insurance: Covers you for a one-off trip on selected dates only. You can travel up to 92 days.
→ Annual multi-trip travel insurance: Allows you unlimited travel throughout the entire year! This is perfect if you’re planning on getting away a few times in the next 12 months because it’s cheaper than buying several single trip travel insurance policies.
The maximum trip duration does change between annual multi-trip policies, however, and you can view these durations here: Maximum trip durations.
As an example, you can travel up to 45 days per trip for unlimited trips with the AllClear Gold and Gold Plus annual multi-trip cover. And if needed, you can easily extend this with additional days for only a small premium.
Are there any exclusions for over 60's travel insurance?
No, there are not. Winter Sports is available as an Optional Extra up to the age of 76 on AllClear Gold and Gold Plus policies!
What’s more, we have a diverse list of Optional Extras available to further boost your cover, such as:
How can we help you find over 60's travel insurance for pre-existing medical conditions?
Most travel insurance policies are optional, but if you recently have or had a medical condition such as diabetes, high blood pressure or stroke, buying medical travel insurance might be a pre-requisite to your travel.
We are an experienced medical travel insurance provider. Many of our customers have pre-existing medical conditions. For most medical conditions we can provide full cover, including cancer, heart disease, and diabetes.