Choose an insurance policy that suits your child and their medical condition.
Book online or via our UK call centre on 0800 042 0309 and quote "WK289".
Finding travel insurance for children with medical conditions
At Holiday Extras, we understand that for children suffering with a medical condition, travelling isn't always easy. And finding affordable travel insurance to suit their needs isn't either. With this in mind, we've put together some great value policies for children's travel insurance to include generous cover towards medical costs.
When choosing your policy, you must declare any medical conditions on behalf of your child. Failing to do so means your policy could be rendered invalid. In which case, should the worst happen, you won't be able to make a claim. To declare your conditions, you will need to speak to our Latitude team. They play a big part in Holiday Extras' holiday insurance because they specialise in bespoke policies tailored to suit you, your child and any medical conditions with the best prices to match.
If your child does have a medical condition to be declared, we won't be able to cover them for free. But the Latitude team are insurance experts, so they'll arrange a specially priced policy for the whole family. In addition to extensive medical cover, they'll include baggage and cancellation cover, personal possessions insurance and a 24-hour helpline on hand to provide support when you need it most.
How do I book?
Booking holiday insurance for children with medical conditions can be quick and straightforward. You will need to get in touch with our insurance team; simply place a free call to 0800 042 0309 to arrange a tailored quote and pick the policy priced just for you.
Travel insurance with medical conditions
If you are suffering with a medical condition and looking to travel fully covered without a high premium - we can help you there. Our Latitude team also provide the best travel insurance for parents as well! Visit our medical conditions page to find out more.
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