Choose the over 60’s travel insurance you really need
When you’re nearing retirement age, you’ve had enough time to know what you want from over 60’s travel insurance…
That’s why we make the search easy for you.
AllClear compare up to 56 prices online to create a one-stop-shop for you to find the best cover.
Here’s just some of the benefits you can get
- Comprehensive medical cover which includes a 24 hour emergency helpline
- Annual multi-trip travel insurance for any number of holidays
- No age limit policies
- A variety of optional extras, such as cover against natural disasters
Travel with peace of mind – choose over 60s travel insurance which covers everything you need.
Your hardest choice: deciding where to travel next!
Read on to discover the full benefits of AllClear cover.
The key figures
- Medical expenses covered up to £15,000,000.
- Cancellation and Curtailment covered up to £5,000.
- Personal Belongings covered up to £3,000.
- Any age. Any medical condition. Any destination.
Join the 2.5+ million people we’ve helped cover
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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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Frequently asked questions
Does being over 60 affect how long you can travel for?
We’re pleased to say that no matter your age, you can travel up to:
Is repatriation included in your cover?
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 cover if you're on a waiting list for 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 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.
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Travel tips for 60+
Travelling is fun, inspiring as well as enriching. It’s a great way to relax away from your daily life. However, it is important that you plan properly so you can enjoy your holiday without any complications. Here are our top travel tips for your later years that you can keep in mind when embarking on your travels.
Planning your trip
- If you have been ill you will need to ensure your GP thinks you are fit to travel. Speak to your GP about any vaccinations that you may need and any adjustments you may need to make when taking your medication due to time differentials.
- You can use this visit to get your doctor’s approval to travel. You can also find out about any vaccinations that you may need.
- If you can plan to arrive at your destination during the day, this will prevent you from having to wander around an unfamiliar area at night.
- Depending on your medical condition, think about your accommodation and destination carefully. If you have limited mobility it’s probably not going to ideal if you book accommodation up in the hills somewhere. Consider your own comfort and enjoyment and don’t risk overexerting yourself.
Managing your health whilst travelling
- Ensure that you carry sufficient quantities of medicine with you at all times. See your doctor before you travel so they can prescribe you enough to last you your trip plus any extras in case of damage, loss or delays.
- Avoid eating street food, especially if it has not been prepared and cooked in front of you.
- Before flying, book a seat that provides you with sufficient legroom, consider priority boarding so you can board the plane before it becomes crowded.
- Consider wearing compression stockings to help avoid DVT, doing some gentle leg exercises during your flight can also lower your risk.
- If you’re travelling within the EU you’ll be entitled to an EHIC (European Health Insurance Card). This is free from the NHS and will allow you the same level of medical treatment as the residents in the country you’re visiting. This can mean low cost or free medical treatment, however, this isn’t a valid form of travel insurance and won’t cover you for baggage loss, cancellation or repatriation.
Extra tips for over 60s travel insurance
- Consider an active holiday!
Make the most of our no age limit benefits. You can be covered for jet skiing, camel riding, deep sea fishing, safari trekking, hiking and many more activities – without any additional cost – on AllClear Gold, Gold Plus and Traveller policies.
- Consider the healthcare system of your destination!
For example, getting travel insurance for a single trip to Italy is cheaper than for Spain. Why? Private healthcare is much more common in Spain, which means the cost of your medical bill, and therefore your travel insurance, is higher.