Your holiday, no matter where you’re going in Africa, should be remembered for the right reasons. While we can’t promise nothing will go wrong while you’re seeing the world, we can help straighten things out if it does.
From stolen passports or flight delays, to a serious medical emergency needing to be flown home by air ambulance, going without travel insurance isn’t worth risking.
The government’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office recommends that you buy travel insurance for every trip you take abroad, including trips to Africa.
Isn’t it worth doing right?
Before you travel, always check:
Important: FCDO travel advice and travel rules issued by the government are two separate pieces of advice.
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If the country you are in or travelling to changes from Green to Amber and you want to cancel or cut your trip short, any costs incurred or elements of the trip that are lost will not be covered by our policy. You should contact your airline, tour operator, accommodation provider, or other carriers to enquire about refunds, or about changing your travel plans.
1 - Discount applies to base price only, does not include medical or add ons. Offer ends 28/2/22
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