Your Guide to Travel Insurance for Trips in Canada

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Part 1: Your Guide to Travel Insurance for Trips in Canada for Canadians Travelling to Another Province

The summer camping season is almost here, and it’s a great time for Canadians to enjoy the warm weather. Many of us will be packing our tents and heading out to explore the natural beauty of our country. If you’re planning a camping trip outside your home province, it’s essential to be prepared that is why we’ve put together this guide to travel insurance for trips in Canada.

Why You May Need Inter-Provincial Travel Insurance

One of the most important things to consider before setting off is travel insurance. While your provincial healthcare will cover you if you fall sick or get hurt in another province, it might not cover all services. This could lead to large medical bills if an accident or illness sends you or a family member to the hospital.

The Risks of Wilderness Activities

Whether you’re camping, hiking, or just enjoying the wilderness, outdoor activities come with their own set of risks, making travel insurance even more crucial. You could be far from major hospitals if an injury occurs, increasing the chance that you’ll need air ambulance services. These services can be expensive and may not be covered outside your home province.

Good News About “Canada Only” Travel Insurance

The good news is that travel insurance covering only trips within Canada is quite affordable. If you already have an annual insurance plan, through Medi-Quote you’re automatically covered outside your province for the number of days specified in your plan. Some plans even offer unlimited coverage days for travel within Canada, outside of your province of residence.

Checking Your Travel Insurance Policy

Before leaving for your trip, it’s important to check your travel insurance policy to understand exactly what is covered. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to help make your summer camping experience safe and enjoyable.

Part 2: Your Guide to Travel Insurance for Trips in Canada for Visitors to Canada

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Ensure Visitors a Safe and Memorable Canadian Summer

The summer travel season is just around the corner, and we can’t wait! If you’re welcoming family and friends from abroad, it’s essential to protect them with travel insurance. Did you know Medi-Quote Insurance Brokers offers insurance specifically for visitors to Canada? This type of policy covers emergency medical treatment costs, including ambulance and hospitalization, should illness or injury occur during their visit.

Explore Canada with Confidence

Canada’s stunning natural landscapes and outdoor activities are major attractions for visitors. This summer, whether your guests are hiking in Banff National Park or surfing in Tofino, they can have peace of mind knowing they’re covered. Here’s what our visitor’s insurance includes:

  • Emergency medical treatment
  • Coverage for adventure activities like hiking and camping
  • A solution for those waiting for government health benefits to kick in

Eligibility and Benefits

Eligibility extends to tourists, super visa applicants, temporary workers, international students, and more. It’s important to remember that residents of Canada covered by a government health insurance plan are not eligible for this insurance.

Stay Informed and Covered

Our visitors to Canada insurance is an emergency-only coverage, meaning it doesn’t cover regular doctor appointments or non-emergency expenses.

We’re Here to Help

Please give us a call or use our client portal to request a quote. Our friendly team of brokers is available to answer any questions you may have about visitors to Canada insurance.

Make sure your family and friends have a safe and worry-free summer adventure in Canada this year. And don’t forget to bring your insurance documents with you on your wilderness camping trip!