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Travel Insurance in later life


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Travel insurance for over 50s

We all look forward to holidays. But if you are planning a trip, it's important to consider your insurance arrangements. Think about it, the worst time to discover you’re not covered is when you are miles away from home needing to make a claim. Read our Travel Insurance Top Tips for a few things to consider.

As a part of the Jelf Group we can provide you with access to Travel Insurance that is competitive in terms of both price and cover.

We can offer:

  • Annual multi-trip and various short period policies
  • Children under 2 years old go free
  • Cover up to 85 years of age
  • Cover for many medical conditions at no extra charge – subject to certain criteria. Visit to see the full list of accepted conditions.
  • Consideration for other pre-existing health conditions on referral
  • Cover for over 120 accepted sporting activities. Some limits may apply and professional participation is excluded. Certain hazardous sports can also be considered with reduced or limited cover.
  • Cover for long stay travel and young travellers (including back packers)


Travel insurance for over 50sMedical conditions:
Make sure all medical conditions are advised to the Insurer. If the insurer isn't aware of any circumstances that could give rise to a claim under this insurance, you may not get your money back if you have a problem. Even if they occur between the day you took out the policy, and the day you leave.
Please note that cancellation, curtailment or trip interruption is not covered if you are aware of a medical condition before the policy has started that affects: a close relative who is not travelling and is not insured under this policy; someone travelling with you who is not insured under this policy; or a person you plan to stay with on your trip.

To obtain your no-obligation quote please call 0118 983 9990

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