Great value travel insurance for the whole year from just £32.20*. Choose optional extras to tailor your insurance just for you.
If you’re getting away more than once this year, a Leisure Guard Annual Multi-trip policy could save you money. Taking out our annual travel insurance means you can travel whenever you like, without the hassle of having to organise your travel insurance every time. With policies from just £32.20 that’s cover for less than 9p a day!
We offer three levels of insurance cover, Premier Plus, Premier and Standard. Each level includes great features, and allows you to select the level of cover that’s most relevant for you and your family’s travel needs. Take a look at our cover levels below:
Cancelling or cutting your trip short can be expensive if you have paid up-front for hotels and flights. Our travel insurance reimburses you for the costs you can’t get back. This covers your travel and accommodation expenses as well as any pre-paid holiday service, including car hire, airport parking and excursions.
Included with our Premier Plus policies, this covers pre-paid costs if your travel provider goes bust, including the insolvency of scheduled airlines, hotels, tour operators, ferries, trains, villas, holiday cottages in the UK, safaris and attractions like theme parks.
Finding cover for your pre-existing medical conditions shouldn’t get in the way of finding a good deal on your travel insurance. When you get a quote for travel insurance with Leisure Guard, you’ll be asked some quick and simple questions about your health and be able to go through our simple medical screening system to see if we can include cover for your medical conditions in just a few clicks.
Getting covered for any medical conditions you have makes sense. If you fall ill abroad or have an accident, travel insurance won’t automatically cover you if your illness or injury relates to a pre-existing condition. By declaring your conditions and adding cover for them when you buy an Annual Multi-trip policy, you’ll have peace of mind that your medical costs will be covered whenever you travel.
When you make a claim on any insurance policy, you will typically pay an excess. There’s nothing to pay upfront, this simply comes out of your claim payout. Leisure Guard’s optional Excess Waiver removes this excess so there’s nothing to pay on your travel insurance claim. Full details can be found in our policy wording.
Our Winter Sports option extends your medical cover to insure you whilst skiing or snowboarding both on and off-piste. It also provides cover for your winter sports equipment and passes if they are lost or stolen whilst you’re on holiday. Click here to find out more about our Winter Sports cover.
Leisure Guard travel insurance covers over 40 sports and activities FREE – including scuba diving up to 18 metres, paddle boarding* and kayaking*. You can also add an optional extra to cover more adventurous activities, like parascending*, canyoning and hiking up to 4,000m altitude. Check our policy wording for full details here.
*No cover for Personal Liability or white water kayaking.
Adding our bolt-on Cruise Pack means you’re covered for missing the boat at stops in your itinerary, and also covers costs if you’re ill and miss excursions or if you’re confined to cabin. Take a look at how our specialised cover can throw you a lifeline when you’re cruising.
End Supplier Failure Insurance is now included at no extra cost with Leisure Guard Premier and Premier Plus policies, covering you if your airline, tour operator or accommodation provider declares insolvency.
When you take out a Leisure Guard annual travel insurance, you’ll be covered for end supplier failure. But it still pays to know what you’re entitled to of your travel company goes out of business.
When you book your holiday, be sure to check that your holiday provider are ATOL and ABTA protected. The ATOL license covers flight-based holidays and the ABTA license covers rail, cruise and self-drive holidays, both licenses ensure you will be looked after in case the company goes into administration. Check that your holiday provider supplies you with an ATOL and ABTA certificates when you make your holiday booking.
When you take out a single trip policy, your cancellation cover starts right away. So if you’ve already paid for part of your trip, your costs are covered if you fall ill or can’t go for another insured reason. For example if you’re made redundant or if you’re in the emergency services and your leave is cancelled (terms and conditions apply).
Annual travel insurance works a little differently. Your cancellation cover starts from the start date of your policy. So if you have paid for your hotel or flights, or any other part of your trip, choose today’s date if you’d like to start your cancellation cover right away. You’ll still benefit from a 14 day cooling off period, during which you can obtain a refund for your policy if you change your mind, provided you haven’t travelled or made a claim.
If you have a holiday booked, don’t delay – click below to get a quote online today in just a few clicks.