Travel Insurance For Schengen Visa

For Residents Of UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman & Bahrain

Our policy provides medical cover of up to USD 5,000,000 which exceeds the EUR 30,000 set by Schengen countries for the issuance of visit visas. The cover includes medical costs, evacuation, repatriation, cancellation, personal belongings, legal representation and much more. Please see our Policy Document for details.

Our certificates are accepted by Embassies & Consulates of Germany, France, Span, Italy and other Schengen Countries. it is also accepted by the UK, US, Australia and others . If you travel frequently, we suggest our
Annual Multi Trip Insurance. For quotations and purchase please use the form below.
FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY
HolidayGuard Certificates are regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA No: 308474).

Please see About Us for more information.
AGE BAND DESCRIPTIONS
ADULT: Anyone who has completed their 18th birthday and not completed their 66th birthday at the date of purchase.

CHILD: Anyone who has completed their 4th birthday and not completed their 18th birthday at the date of purchase.

INFANT: Anyone who has not completed their 4th birthday at the date of purchase.

SENIORS (Single Trip): Anyone who has completed their 66th birthday and not completed their 75th birthday at the date of purchase.

SENIORS (Multi Trip): Anyone who has completed their 66th birthday and not completed their 70th birthday at the date of purchase.
24/7 MEDICAL EMERGENCIES CONTACTS

Global Response provide immediate help if you suffer from any serious injury or illness outside your Country of Residence. You must notify them immediately you are admitted to hospital or you think you may have to return home early or extend your stay because of injury or illness.

Global Response provide a 24 hour multi-lingual service throughout the year and can be contacted by phone or fax.
Tel: +44 2920 474138
Fax: +44 2920 468797

When you call please give them your name and certificate number. It is a condition of their service that they are responsible for all decisions on the most suitable way to resolve any problem including, where necessary, your repatriation back to your Country of Residence.