*Coronavirus cover

If you are about to buy a policy you will be covered for:

• medical expenses if you need treatment for coronavirus while abroad, including up to £2,000 to cover additional accommodation costs if this treatment means you need to extend your trip

• cancelling or cutting short your trip if you, a member of your family or travelling party, are medically diagnosed with coronavirus or personally instructed to isolate by an NHS service or medical professional.

Please be aware there is no cover for any other coronavirus related claims, and all other terms and conditions of the policy apply.

With Co-op Travel Insurance you can have peace of mind knowing your holiday is covered. With a variety of options available, you can be reassured you have the right cover for your destination.

Our travel insurance helps to ensure your plans go as smoothly as possible. We have insurance options available for everyone. Whether it’s backpackers exploring the globe, winter sports, city breaks or multi-trip travellers, we have cover for all destinations and ages.

Our policy types are:

Unfortunately, travelling abroad is not without its risks, which is why at Co-op we offer a range of cover to protect you from cancelled flights to lost personal possessions. We also offer unlimited medical expenses as standard across our travel insurance policies.

You can tailor your cover to meet your needs, deciding how comprehensive you’d like your travel insurance to be.

Serious medical conditions

Do you have a serious medical condition that may benefit from being insured by a specialist provider? 

If so, you can view a directory of specialist medical providers, or call 0800 138 7777^.

Why travel insurance?

Going on holiday is something we all look forward to; it’s the time of year for getting away from the stresses of modern life. But what if something were to happen during your time away? Co-op is there for you when you need us most.

Travel insurance is to cover the cost of unexpected circumstances such as injury, illness or losing your valuables.

Even though you may not use your insurance, it’s best to make sure you’re covered.