Voyager Travel Insurance

Voyager Travel Insurance

Is Voyager Insurance Services the right insurance provider for your next trip?

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It’s always nice to have the peace of mind that you’re covered if something goes wrong when you’re abroad. If you’ve ever had to claim on your travel insurance, you know how important it can be.

Voyager Insurance Services provide cover for short stays, annual multi-trips and long-stay holidays.

Keep on reading to find out more about the travel insurance provider and their insurance services.

Who are Voyager Insurance?

Voyager Insurance Services was founded in 1996, and was initially set up to provide wholesale travel insurance to tour operators, travel agents and insurance brokers. Since then, Voyager has leaned more towards providing travel insurance directly to consumers, and even has a successful wedding insurance product.

What are the Voyager cover options?

Voyager offer short stay, annual multi-trip and long-stay travel insurance. They also give you the choice to add some optional extras to your insurance policies.

The short stay travel insurance is ideal if you only go abroad occasionally, and are planning to stay for only a short period of time.

Features of the policy include:

  • No maximum age
  • Kids go free
  • Maximum duration of 62 days
If you go on multiple holidays throughout the year, the Annual multi-trip travel insurance was designed with you in mind.

Features of the policy include:

  • 21 days winter sports cover included as standard
  • Unlimited number of trips in a year
  • Cover for trips within the UK
The long-stay travel insurance is designed for extended travel, and is ideal for back-packers and gap years.

Features of the policy include:

  • Trips between 2 and 18 months
  • Cover can be suspended for trips home
Voyager also offer a wide range of optional extras you can add to your policy, these include:

  • Add activity packs
  • Wintersports activity
  • Enhanced travel and terrorism disruption
  • Gadget insurance
  • Sports equipment and cycle insurance
  • HolidayFromHellInsurance(TM)
  • Manage your excess
  • Already departed cover
  • Cruise insurance-
  • Business Insurance
  • Golf insurance

What is covered under my policy?

Voyager doesn’t have different cover levels, so you are covered for the same events no matter your premium (unless you have changed you excess or added optional extras). Below we have listed what is covered under a normal policy with no extras:

  • Cancellation or curtailment
  • Emergency medical expenses
  • Hospital stay benefit
  • Personal accident
  • Travel delay
  • Missed departure and journey disruption
  • Baggage
  • Personal money
  • Loss of passport
  • Personal liability
  • Legal expenses
  • Timeshare cover
  • Holiday financial protection
  • Hijack
  • Mugging
  • Pet care

What is my excess?

An excess is the amount of money you contribute to each claim you make before Voyager will pay out.

The amount of your excess you have to pay will depend on which excess level you decided to go with and the nature of your claim. Make sure to check your policy schedule where your excess details will be shown in detail.

What is the claims process?

If you require emergency medical treatment while on holiday, please call Global Response, quoting the reference Voyager Plus 2017, on +44 (0)2920 468 794 or email:

For claims relating to sections 1-21 of the policy, please call Claims Settlement Agencies Ltd on +44 (0)1702 427172 or email quoting the reference Voyager Plus 2017.

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