Annual Plan

Travel Medical Insurance

Travel Insurance Tips

A dangerous practice is to refuse treatment or not change a drug despite your doctor’s recommendation, because you think it may affect the cost of your travel insurance.

This does not work. If a doctor recommends a change in drugs, and you do not accept that change, the insurance company will treat this as an unstable pre-existing condition. A claim will not be paid for that condition. Please, just do what your doctor recommends and do not sacrifice your health for insurance reasons. Medipac can often provide full coverage if you contact us and explain your situation.

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Medipac 23 Day Annual Travel Insurance Plan Benefits

The Medipac 23 Day Annual Travel Insurance Plan is perfect for the frequent traveler, or anyone taking multiple trips within a year, up to 23 days each, or 90 days within Canada. Clients will save time by applying for insurance only once for all trips, and if you take 2 or more trips you will have saved on your insurance premiums.

Convenient Features

  • Same preferred coverages and benefits as the Medipac Travel Insurance Plan
  • Unlimited international trips up to 23 days
  • Unlimited Canadian trips up to 90 days
  • Family Plan coverage is available for applicants age 60 and under; coverage for you and your spouse and up to 4 children under age 19
  • You can extend or top up your Annual Plan by calling Medipac (*additional premium may be required)
  • You are not required to notify Medipac before you depart on any short trip. (You may be asked for a proof of departure in the event of a claim.)


NOTE: Pre-existing Conditions clauses apply prior to each and every trip, so be certain you are in compliance prior to travel.

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