Affordable travel insurance for the over 80s
Competitive holiday insurance can be hard to find once you've reached the age of 80. But with Holiday Extras, you are entitled to the best over 80s travel insurance without the high premiums. We offer great value financial protection to ensure that you enjoy a safe and affordable trip. Our policies are flexible and can be tailored to your travels, and because we sold more than 60,000 policies last year alone, when you choose Latitude you know youre in good company.
Choosing us as your insurance provider
We have two types of policies and three levels of cover. Our single-trip and annual travel insurace flexible to meet your individual needs, and it can also cover everyone in your party. Whichever you choose, youll be guaranteed comprehensive cover, with up to £15 million to cover medical costs, and £15 million of personal liability protection.
What am I covered for?
If your trip is cancelled, you are covered for up to £10,000, and well pay £2,000 if you lose your luggage. There are suitable policies for over 80s suffering with a medical condition.
Our 24-hour emergency helpline functions from UK-based call centres, so you can get the support that you need, when you need it. If youre not fully convinced, read some of the testimonials from our customers.
Booking your policy
We have a simple booking process that is quick, discreet and informative. You can arrange your over 80 travel insurance with one call to our UK-based call centre team on 0800 093 5478. And if you decide that youve chosen the wrong insurance policy within 14 days of booking, we can offer a refund.
Looking for travel insurance with a medical condition?
If you suffer with a condition, it is important you let us know. To find out more information regarding medical conditions, visit our health conditions pages.
Top travelling tips for people over 80
- Before embarking, visit your travel clinic for a pre-travel consultation. Ensure that when you leave for your trip you have all of the prescribed medical supplies.
- Check that your passport is valid (particularly if you havent been travelling for a while). It can also be a good idea to photocopy all of your travel documents, just in case you lose any.
- Prepare a list of emergency contacts, and keep it with you at all times. Also remember to call our emergency helpline if you have any problems.