Planning a Family Vacation?
If you are planning to travel out of province or out of the country, remember to pack CAA Emergency Travel & Medical Insurance to protect you and your family against unforeseen medical expenses.
Don't run the risk of an expensive hospital bill. CAA Emergency Travel & Medical Insurance is the convenient and affordable way to travel worry-free.
- Individual, family, daily and annual plans available
- Member-exclusive prices
- No medical declaration required for individuals under the age of 60
- Coverage up to $5 million
- Services not covered by OHIP
- Can be used to top-up other insurance plans
CAA Emergency Travel & Medical Insurance Plan options:
Per-trip Coverage: Are you taking a one-time trip? Your plan will cover you for the exact number of days you'll be away.
Annual Coverage: If you travel frequently, you may prefer an annual policy, which provides you with added flexibility and cost-savings. You'll be covered for an unlimited number of trips up to 30-days each throughout the year without needing to notify CAA each time you go.
Extended Coverage: Did you decide that you would like to travel for longer? You may choose to add additional days of coverage to your daily coverage or to your annual coverage if you decide to extend any given trip.
Convenience Now and Down the Road
It is easy to purchase CAA Emergency Travel & Medical Insurance. Buy online, call any of the CAA Niagara Branches or visit any of our locations. That is all it takes to get you and your family protected.
NOTE: This insurance is only available to you if you are a Canadian resident or a landed immigrant and you are covered by the government health insurance plan of your province or territory of residence.
This website is intended for promotional purposes and is not an insurance policy. It is not an offer of insurance. It contains some information about coverages offered by Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada but it does not list all of the conditions and exclusions that apply to the described coverages. The actual wording of the policy governs all situations.