Financial Protection for Your Trip Expenses
Have you bought an airline ticket or made a non-refundable and/or non-transferable hotel deposit? This coverage protects your purchase in case you get sick or an unexpected event forces you to cancel your trip, come home early or delay your return home. Here’s how it can help:
Trip cancellation insurance reimburses you for non-refundable and/or non-transferable deposits on pre-paid travel arrangements and cancellation penalties that a transportation carrier or tour guide may charge.
Trip interruption insurance covers extra costs if you need to return home sooner or later than planned and reimburses you for non-refundable and/or non-transferable portions of unused, prepaid travel arrangements.
Out of Pocket expenses reimburses you for extra expenses like a hotel, meals, taxi fares (ride sharing, or rental car in lieu of taxi fares) if a covered situation happens.
Do you need medical coverage, too?
Consider a travel insurance package instead if you think you may need coverage for emergency medical expenses and other situations. All of our packages include trip cancellation and interruption insurance.
Get a Quote
Make sure you have the right travel insurance—get an online quote or call the Enrollment Centre.
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If you’re using an RBC Royal Bank credit card to pay for your trip in full, see if your card provides enough coverage for your trip.
Travel HealthProtector Has Been Replaced with New and Improved Coverage!
On May 1, 2020, we replaced Travel HealthProtector insurance with a new travel insurance product lineup.
RBC clients1 can now enjoy:
- More choice, including robust travel insurance packages and travel medical plans
- Trip cancellation and interruption insurance as part of a package or stand-alone plan
- A shorter and simpler medical questionnaire (for clients age 65 and older vs. age 60 and older)
1) RBC client is defined as a client of the RBC Companies or a spouse or child(ren) of a client.