Esure travel insurance

Single trip

The maximum trip duration is dependent upon your age;

- Aged 18-65 years - 94 days per trip

- Aged 66-75 years - 59 days per trip

- Aged 76-85 years - 31 days per trip

Annual multi trip

The maximum trip duration is dependent upon your age;

- Aged 18-65 years - 62 days per trip

- Aged 66-75 years - 45 days per trip

- Aged 76-79 years - 31 days per trip

Depending on the cover selected, your choice of destination will be categorised on your schedule as follows.

Europe 1 (Single trip only)

UK, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, the Republic of Ireland, Continental Europe and Mediterranean islands (but excluding those listed under Europe 2 below), the Azores, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Gibraltar, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine.

Europe 2 (Single trip only)

Cyprus, Madeira, Malta, Spain including the Canary Islands (El Hierro, Fuerteventura, La Gomera, Gran Canaria, La Palma, Lanzarote and Tenerife) and the Balearic Islands (Formentera, Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza), Switzerland and Turkey.

Europe and UK (Annual Multi-trip only)

All countries listed within Europe 1 and Europe 2 above.

Worldwide (excluding USA, Canada, Caribbean)

Worldwide, excluding United States of America, Canada and all Islands in the Caribbean Sea including the Bahamas.

Australia / New Zealand (Single trip only)

Australia and New Zealand.

Worldwide (including USA, Canada, Caribbean)

Any Worldwide country.

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Individual

One person who is 18 years of age or over.

Couple

Two people that are married, common law partners or a couple of 6 months or longer.

Family

Two adults and their dependents who are under the age of 18, resident in the UK and in full time education. In this scenario a dependent is considered as children, grandchildren, stepchildren, adopted children or foster children.

One adult and their dependents who are under the age of 18, resident in the UK and in full time education. In this scenario a dependent is considered as children, grandchildren, stepchildren, adopted children or foster children.

Group

A group of individuals not qualifying as a couple or family.

Why do I need to tell you?

You must now declare to us any pre-existing medical conditions that you or anyone else detailed on this policy has. Failure to do so may result in part or all of a claim not being paid.

A pre-existing condition is:

• Any heart, circulatory, stroke or any respiratory condition (relating to the lungs or breathing) for which you have EVER received treatment;

• Any cancerous condition for which you have ever received diagnosis or treatment;

• Any medical condition for which you take a prescribed medication;

• Any terminal prognosis;

• Any treatment or diagnosis for any psychological or psychiatric condition including stress, anxiety or depression;

• Any consultation by a hospital specialist or inpatient treatment received in the last 12 months.

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