Avanti is an award-winning specialist travel insurer founded in 2009. In this guide, we’ve looked at what Avanti’s travel insurance includes and the pros and cons of cover.
Avanti offers three types of cover:
There are three levels of cover offered by Avanti:
These are just the cover limits most likely to be important to you. There are many more differences in cover limits between the three levels.
You can make a claim by visiting the Avanti website. Click the “Claims” button on the main navigation. You’ll need your validation certificate and any documents that might support the claim you’re making.
To manage your policy online, click the “My Avanti” button in the main navigation of the Avanti website.
For general queries, call 0808 281 3882.
Avanti Travel Insurance has attracted more than 20,000 reviews on Trustpilot. At the time of writing, its average rating was 4.7 out of 5.
Avanti travel insurance offers great levels of cover. It’s well worth checking out, especially if you’re travelling abroad for longer periods.
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