Essential Travel provide multi-person policies to allow you to book your travel insurance as a family or group. There are a number of fantastic advantages to booking our multi-person policies designed to make travelling insured as simple and quick to book as possible.
Note: A multiple person policy is a policy with 2 or more people named on it. It is not a specific policy type that you need to request - it will be automatically applied.
Benefits of a multi-person policy
- Purchasing a multi-person travel insurance policy offers fantastic value for money compared to purchasing individual policies
- Adults can travel independently of the rest of the named travellers and still be fully covered
- You can name up to 6 children (with 2 adults) on a multi-person policy and get a fantastic rate
- An annual multi-person travel insurance policy means that the group will be covered for any further travel for 12 months
- Children can travel on the policy with just one of the named adults and be fully covered
- Individual pre-existing medical conditions can be added on a per-person basis
- Cover can be purchased for European or Worldwide trips
- Multi-person travel insurance includes cover for pregnant women (travelling with the airlines permission)
- You can add additional extras to your policy including sport, wedding and business cover.
Experts Top Tip:
If you are travelling alone or only as part of the multi-person policy you must remember to take a copy of your booking confirmation which contains all the relevant information you'll need to contact Essential Travel in the event of an emergency.
Single trip policies are valid until the end date specified when requesting a quote. You can travel seperately from the rest of your group and still be fully covered, as long as it's within the policy dates.
Annual multi trip policies last for one year - twelve months from the date you select to start your policy when you purchase. This means that as an adult you can make as many trips as you like in the period the policy is active for, whether as a group or on your own seperate from the group.