Find the right travel insurance for your pregnancy!
At Holiday Extras, we provide reliable and fully comprehensive cover for up to 32 weeks into your pregnancy. We offer cover for any illness or injuries under a regular policy so there is no need to find additional medical cover, just our great choice of holiday insurance policies to choose from.
Great news! Your pregnancy does not count as a medical condition. So there is no need to declare it upon booking your travel insurance policy unless you have an existing condition that may directly affect the pregnancy or you know of any existing complications.
What am I covered for?
Holiday Extras provide the best travel insurance policies for pregnant women.We have two flexible policies to suit your needs and four levels of cover.
Choosing between our policies depends on how you like travel. If you are only travelling once this year or prefer to change your level of cover every trip, then be sure to purchase a single trip travel insurance policy. Or as a regular traveller, you might embark on more than two trips this year in which case, our annual-multi trip policy saves time and money to spend on your trip abroad.
All four levels of cover available have varied amounts of financial protection to suit your needs including:
- £2.5 - £10 million towards medical cover
- £300 - £1,200 hospital benefit cover
- £7,500 - £30,000 personal accident cover
- 24/7 emergency assistance
Health & travel advice from Dr. Laurence Gerlis
I am four months pregnant and planning to go to the USA next month. Are there any risks that I should be aware of whilst travelling when pregnant?
This is generally a good stage of pregnancy to travel and up to 32 weeks is normally ok for most airlines. Please make sure you have travel insurance which covers the USA in case things go wrong and make sure that you inform the insurers you are pregnant so that you have the correct cover.
- Always consult your doctor before you travel.
- Check the health regulations for pregnant travellers of your chosen airline.
- Return 8 weeks prior to your due date no matter how long you plan to travel for.
Before you book, be sure to read up on all of our levels of cover. To do so, visit our travel insurance page.
How do I book?
Complete the quick and easy form to the left of this page and compare our travel insurance policies. You'll be able to choose an appropriate level of cover for travelling whilst pregnant and ensure peace of mind.
You can also book via our friendly UK call centre team, it's free and they'll provide answers to any queries you can't find on our website. Visit the next page of our pregnancy travel insurance to read our FAQs.
Do you have a pre-existing medical condition?
If you have a medical condition and looking to find an affordable policy then be sure to have a read of our pre-existing conditions pages:
Can my newborn be added to my annual multi-trip travel insurance policy?
A good way to celebrate might be your first family holiday! We know travelling with a baby can be stressful, so we've helped where we can. Through one simple phone call to our free and friendly UK call centre team, you can add your newborn to your existing annual travel insurance policy and they'll receive full cover under your policy.
- Single trip: you are fully covered for one trip of no longer than 365 days.
- Annual multi-trip: for one single payment, you will have financial protection for an unlimited amount trips, each up to 23 days across 12 months.
Visit our annual multi-trip travel insurance page for more information.
Is pregnancy a medical condition for travel insurance?
A common assumption is that your pregnancy is classed as a medical condition. There is no definite answer to this query however, work on the basis that if you have no existing medical conditions related to to your pregnancy or known complications then you are entitled to fully comprehensive cover under a standard travel insurance policy.
If you do have a medical condition then please visit our pre-existing conditions page for more information.