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Visitors to Canada Insurance Reviews

Travel Insurance Reviews for Visitors to Canada

Reviewing your visitors insurance purchase with a specialized broker that offers a wide selection of insurance companies to choose from could mean the difference between having solid coverage, or none at all. As your broker, we act on your behalf - not the insurance company's. Buying directly from an insurance company offers no cost advantage (it's against industry regulations to offer the same policy at different prices), and very little helpful advice. Below, we have a link to a review page of each of the visitor's to Canada insurance policies we carry.

BestQuote Travel Insurance Agency has the experience and the tools to help you avoid common purchase mistakes, and our selection of policies allows us to offer unbiased advice: we have policy language to choose from when an insurance company has only one policy to provide. Taking daily aspirin may or may not count as 'treatment', adjusting insulin and/or blood thinners may or may not be counted as a change in medication, some policies will cover a side trip outside Canada while others won't, etc. When one company doesn't offer appropriate language, we simply use a different company that offers a better fit. And we can find the policy with the best price point too - for us its all about the customer choices and having the best plans available.

Canadian Companies offering Visitors to Canada Insurance

It can be hard to decide on which company to buy from, especially if this is the first time buying visitors insurance. The media will occasionally tell a story of a couple that went away and are now facing very large medical bills after their travel insurance company wouldn't pay their claim. Yes, you do have to be careful when buying travel insurance. You do need to be aware of how the policy is worded. That's really what it comes down to - carefully examining what you are buying before you buy it. Ask questions. Do not make assumptions. Use a broker. At no extra cost, we make the purchase safer.

Don't rely on buying from a company that you are familiar with, without becoming familiar with the policy wording. Don't buy just because you recognize the name. Most people have not heard of all the companies we deal with, even though some of the companies have been in the travel insurance business for many years. The companies we deal with that offer visitors to Canada insurance are all reputable - but no company has a policy that fits well with every traveler all the time. You need to choose the best wording as well as the best price (and avoid any drawbacks, pitfalls or common mistakes that can occur if a specialist broker isn't involved).

Allianz Global Assistance

Manulife Travel Insurance

Blue Cross

Tugo

RBC

Special Risks

Travel Guard

Travelance

GMS

Destination Canada

Ingle International (Imagine Financial)

Travel Shield

21st Century Travel Insurance