Can I extend the maximum trip duration on my policy?
This depends on your age and the level of cover you’re going for. Typically providers of multi-trip travel insurance cover people aged 19-75, and the maximum trip duration is usually 35 days or 60 days, depending on the level you’re purchasing. The maximum duration for flyers aged between 66-75 is usually around 21 days
It can be a little tricky to get an extension. So insurers usually suggest you take out a single-trip policy to cover you if you need to stay longer than the time limits specified in your policy.
Are winter sports included within a multi-trip policy?
Some insurers will provide cover for winter sports or adventure sports within their multi-trip insurance policy, so you may be able to dust off those skis once you’ve got your insurance booked. We recommend you read through all your insurer’s policy so you fully understand the level of cover you’re getting.
We’ve got a round-up of policies and providers through our travel insurance comparison service. All you need to do is enter your details into our site and we’ll show you quotes for the multi-trip travel insurance providers out there to help you find the deal that’s right for you.