Adventure Travel Insurance
Adventure holidays offer excellent competitive rates through specialist brokers for Travel Insurance.
There are two options.
Use Standard Policy Insurance for
- General travel insurance
- Soft adventure activities like:
- Rafting,Trekking, Cycling, Skiing etc.
- If you have a question about our insurance or what is the right cover for your holiday please contact us.
Sports & Adventure Sports Insurance
Use Adventure Sports Policies For
- Sports Travel Insurance
- Adventure Sports
- Activity Topup Insurance
- Personal Accident Insurance
- Sports Team Insurance
- Golf Insurance
Sports Travel insurance will provide cover for the whole time that you are on a trip away from home. It will cover you for any general travel issues, plus any issues related to the chosen sport(s). Cover is provided for your chosen sport, plus all other sports in the same sports group or lower groups. Policies can be Single trip or Annual multi-trip – Annual policies allow multiple single trips of up to 90 days each. There are 3 levels of cover available to choose from which allow you to select how much cover you require for cancellation, baggage, sports equipment etc.
If you already have general travel insurance in place, but it does not include cover for your chosen sport(s) / activity(s), Activity TopUp will provide that cover. You only need to take out cover for the day(s) that you will be doing the selected activity. This can be taken out after you have left Ireland.
The Team Personal accident policy will cover a team or squad of individuals for the chosen sport. Policies are annual and cover the individuals who play for the named team for injuries received as a result of a Sports Accident. 6 levels of cover are available offering a range of benefits to suit a variety of needs, so you can select the level of cover which would be most appropriate to your team or your budget. Benefits include Personal Accident, Personal Liability, and loss of earnings cover for adult teams. Junior team policies offer broken bone cover instead of loss of earnings