Canada is a wonderful country! In fact, when I was a young adult, I spent a semester in college in Alberta and had a blast. But I could have gone without the very cold weather! Visiting Vancouver a couple years ago was also an amazing adventure. I wish I had more time to enjoy the people, culture, and places there. In fact I am blessed to have a wonderful sister-in-law who is from Vancouver, British Columbia.
One of the questions I get, and our agents also get over the phone and via email, is what is the best travel medical insurance for Canadians who are traveling outside of Canada for a few days up to a few months? Good Neighbor Insurance is a brokerage firm and provides many different travel medical insurance plans to fit each of our client’s requests. Here are two great travel insurance plans for Canadians who are residing in Canada and needing to have travel insurance benefits while they are away on vacation, leisure, or business.
One of our travel plans for Canadians, who are residing in Canada, and needing travel insurance outside of Canada is our Beacon travel medical insurance plan at https://www.gninsurance.com/Canadians-traveling-overseas/. This insurance travel plan even has extra benefits, besides medical and medical evacuation cover, such as political evacuation, terrorism cover, and option to add sports coverage.
Good Neighbor Insurance also provides Travel Guard Pack-N-Go for Canadians traveling outside of Canada. Even though Canadians have full coverage on their Provincial health insurance policy Canadians may want to add the Pack-N-Go for traveling in Canada to have stronger medical coverage as well as additional private medical travel insurance. Learn more about our Pack-N-Go travel insurance here at https://www.gninsurance.com/Canadians-traveling-overseas/.
Good Neighbor Insurance is just an email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or a phone call away at 480-633-9500 and 480-813-9100. Isn’t it wonderful to know that you can enjoy your trip and not worry about how to pay for possible medical concerns that might creep up while you are on your well deserved vacation?