Travel Insurance
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Do not rely on your provincial health plan to cover costs if you get sick or are injured while abroad.

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Early Bird Travel Insurance is now available.

Early Bird at a Glance:

  • Purchase before August 23 and save 5%,
  • Save up to an additional 23%, with our Claim Free, Loyalty and Provincial Discounts,
  • Plan ahead and lock in your rate for ALL trips departing between now and June 30, 2020,
  • Enrol in our interest-free, four-instalment payment plan, and
  • If your rate decreases for our Main Season Plan, we’ll send you a refund for the difference.


Medipac Travel Insurance is Canada's Official Snowbird Travel Insurance planTM, as the Medipac is the only plan endorsed by the Canadian Snowbird Association and the Royal Canadian Legion.  

Medipac is NOT available through brokers, nor those providers that claim to be the "Snowbirds". Don't be fooled.

Medipac is the only plan that has a team of in-house medical professionals that provides assistance from enrolment to an emergency; from application to assistance.

Travel medical insurance is a medical product; medical knowledge is essential!

Travel Insurance: What is it? Why do you need it?

Travel insurance has different types of coverage options, including Snowbird Insurance, Travel Medical Insurance, Vacation or Trip Cancellation Insurance, Annual Multi-Trip Insurance, Visitors to Canada Insurance, Baggage Insurance and Evacuation Insurance.

The most important travel insurance, however, is insurance coverage for emergency or sudden medical conditions that can occur while traveling. This type of coverage is often, and interchangeably, referred to as Travel Medical Insurance or Travel Health Insurance.

Travel Medical Insurance

Travel Medical Insurance claims can often cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, or upwards of $20,000 per day in a foreign hospital. Even the smallest and most unsuspecting injuries or illnesses can jeopardize a family's finances. Why? These medical bills are not covered by our provincial health care plans. And in fact, our provincial and federal governments make concerted efforts to issue travel warnings to the public of the dangers of traveling without supplemental "private" travel health insurance coverage.

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