CAA Travel Insurance EducateMe.
Protecting the safety of CAA travellers.
CAA Travel Insurance emergency medical plans now include up to $2.5 million CAD if partially vaccinated, or up to $5 million CAD if fully vaccinated, for COVID-19 related illnesses that may occur when travelling at a time when the Canadian government has issued a related Level 3 travel advisory (i.e. Avoid non-essential travel”).
While this coverage is included with no additional costs, you'll have to meet certain COVID-19 vaccination conditions to be eligible. Please click here to read the policy endorsement to make sure you meet the requirements before you travel.
When you are ready to travel again, we are here to provide the best plan for you and your family. You don’t need to be a CAA Member to get CAA Travel Insurance, but Members enjoy 10% off! Click here to get a quote now.
Understand the importance of travel insurance.
What is a pre-existing condition?
It is important to understand what a pre-existing condition is and if it will be covered. Reduce the stability period down to seven days with our Pre-existing Condition rider¹.
Planning your travel.
Travel advice and advisories.
Check the Travel Advisories page for your destination at least once while planning and before you travel. Safety and security may change between the date you book and your departure date, which may impact your travel insurance coverage.Learn More
OHIP coverage in Canada
When you're travelling in Canada, it's important to have adequate coverage. It's not just insurance providers recommending additional coverage -OHIP recommends it too.Learn More
OHIP coverage outside of Canada
OHIP provides medical coverage when you're travelling inside Ontario. But when you're travelling internationally, you need to ensure you have adequate coverage.Learn More
What does travel medical insurance cover?
Watch this video to learn more about some of the benefits CAA Travel Medical Insurance has to offer.Learn More