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Getting the right travel insurance for Israel

Israel is a jewel of the Middle-East and a must-see destination for many travellers.

From the markets of Tel Aviv to the winding historical streets of Jerusalem, Israel is a holiday hot-spot. Whatever draws you to Israel, proper travel insurance is a must.

With a tailored policy you’re protecting yourself if the worst happens. Whether it be a medical emergency or travel delays, proper cover can give you that extra peace of mind that you’ve got the support from us if needed.

You can be confident that you’re in the safest hands, with the UK’s Most Trusted Travel Insurance Provider*.

It doesn’t take long, and we think you’ll agree it’s worth doing right.

You can get your tailored quote for Israel online today, or talk to us now on 0800 033 4902.

Why do I need travel insurance for Israel?

When we go on holiday we hope everything will run smoothly. Sadly, problems crop up more often than you might think. 1 in 20 people had to make claims on their travel insurance in 2017**.

Unfortunately, in Israel a trip to the hospital can be very expensive. If it’s serious enough that you need medical repatriation (e.g. flying home by air ambulance), then the cost could put a real strain on your life-savings.

Also, if you can’t pay, hospitals will often take legal action to delay your departure until your bills are met. So a good travel insurance policy is a must, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions.

With our tailored travel insurance, you can go away with peace of mind. All our policies include emergency medical, repatriation and loss or theft of luggage, as well as delays and cancellations.

If you’re feeling a bit adventurous, you can even widen your cover so that special activities such as cruises and golf breaks are covered.

You can get your tailored quote for travel insurance for Israel online here, or pick up the phone and talk to us now on 0800 033 4902.

Is my EHIC accepted in Israel?

Unfortunately, with Israel not being in Europe, an EHIC is not accepted as a form of medical cover.

If a problem occurs, you will have to pay for any needed medical treatment, which can be very costly. So it’s well worth buying a good travel insurance policy to make sure you’re well protected, and have the needed support, if the worst happens.

Travel insurance to Israel with pre-existing medical conditions

If you’ve got any pre-existing medical conditions, we’ll need you to complete a medical screening, to help us work out our coverage for you on your trip to Israel. This is not a long-winded exam, but instead a set of straight-forward, multiple-choice questions designed for us to understand how your medical condition(s) affect you.

How does the medical screening work?

You’ll be asked a few questions about your health and any pre-existing medical conditions you may have. If you have a medical condition and it hasn’t been declared on your policy, you won’t be covered in the event of a claim. So, it’s vital that you give us as full and accurate answers as you can.

To help you during the process, it may help you to have any details of your medical condition(s) to hand.

What questions will I be asked in the medical screening?

The questions we ask you during the screening process will depend on your personal medical circumstances. However, the kind of questions you can expect include:

  • How long have you had this medical condition?
  • Have you recently been treated with surgery?
  • Do you take regular medication for this?

You can do this process online in little time at all. But, if you’d prefer, one of our friendly travel insurance specialists will be glad to help you complete it over the phone.

Get your tailored quote online now or call us 0800 033 4902.

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** 5.04% of people claimed on their Annual Travel Insurance Policy in 2017.