If you require assistance during your trip for a medical or other travel emergency our 24 hour travel assistance is available at 905-816-2561 (Call collect from anywhere).
Whether it’s a family adventure, a quick trip across the border, or an extended escape for the winter, save money and protect what’s important to you with travel insurance from RBC Insurance®. Explore our packages and plans—or get a quote today!
You are on: Choosing the Right Travel Insurance
Looking for some guidance?
We offer several travel insurance packages and plans to meet a range of needs. This quick overview can help you choose what’s right for you.
You are on: Travel Insurance Packages
Complete travel insurance protection in one package
With our affordable travel insurance packages, you can travel knowing you’re financially protected against most unexpected travel situations.
You are on: Travel Medical Insurance Plans
Make sure you travel with emergency medical insurance.
If you were to review your government health plan, you will find that you only have limited coverage against emergency medical expenses incurred outside Canada. Even within Canada, but outside your home province/territory, you may incur emergency medical expenses that are only partially covered or not covered at all.
You are on: Visitors to Canada Plans
Three plans to suit a range of needs and budgets.
Our Visitors to Canada insurance plans offer emergency medical coverage to visitors, immigrants, foreign students and Canadians without government health insurance.
You are on: Trip Cancellation & Interruption Insurance
Travel insurance to protect the cost of your trip.
If your plans don't require the extra protection of our comprehensive travel insurance packages, we offer Trip Cancellation/Trip Interruption coverage.
Get a quote and buy your travel insurance online in 4 simple steps.
Give us a call or stop by a store to buy your travel insurance:
(Mon-Fri: 8am-10pm, Sat-Sun: 9am-6pm)
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For information on the Zika virus when travelling, please refer to the Public Health Agency of Canada website .
Tropical storms, hurricane warnings or watches, and other severe weather conditions may disrupt travel plans.