About Policy

Travel. It’s one of those things we all look forward to, no matter where we plan to take off. From sandy beaches and snow-covered mountains to the hilly greens and bustling cities; the world is our platter and the very act of traveling- our chance to experience at least one portion of it.

Travel Insurance is designed to accompany you on all your travels; to help you travel smarter and safer.

From unpredictable flight delays and missed connections to loss of belongings, medical emergencies and adventure sport injuries, this insurance covers everything for you so that nothing takes away your peace of mind.

After all, traveling is meant to help you rejuvenate and relax and our travel insurance online is customized to ensure you experience just that.

So, whether you accidentally hurt yourself while bungee jumping, get scammed only to lose out on your wallet and passport or get into a legal issue for damaging your car rental abroad; you securing your trip with an overseas travel insurance will ensure you’ll be covered through it all.

The best part? You need not go through long and cumbersome processes to get your compensation or claims settled. Everything from buying a travel insurance online to making a claim is super simple and can be done digitally, within minutes!

What's covered?

  • Medical expenses and repatriation
  • In-flight personal accident benefit
  • Loss of passport
  • Loss of baggage

Category of Travel Insurance

  • International travel insurance
  • Individual travel insurance
  • Student travel insurance
  • Senior citizen travel insurance
  • Family travel insurance

Who can be insured ?

People going abroad on business & holiday


Does travel insurance cover if you cancel your trip?

If you're unable to take a trip due to an unforeseeable event, a trip cancellation policy will reimburse you for your prepaid, forfeited and non-refundable costs. Depending on the plan, your policy will help cover costs up to the time and date of your departure.

Is it mandatory to have travel insurance?

No, you're not legally required to have travel insurance. Some tour operators will insist you have a policy in place before they confirm your travel, especially to countries like the USA where there's no public health service.

What are the documents required to process claim?

Different situations would need different sets of documents. Some of the essential documents which need to be submitted to the insurance company to process claims are:

  • Original ticket or boarding pass
  • Copy of the passport indicating travel dates
  • Claim form
  • Original bills, receipts and vouchers
  • For medical claims – medical practitioner’s consultation notes, original admission/discharge card, bills with prescriptions
  • Emergency travel certificate and new passport copy (in case of loss of passport)
  • Details of compensation provided by Airlines, if any (in case of loss of checked baggage)
  • Letter from policyholder citing the reason for the cancellation of trip
  • Copy of cancelled cheque