Travel Insurance

Features

  • Medical Cover ranging from Rs.30 lacs to Rs.3 crore
  • Cash less claims when abroad
  • OPD cover also included for common ailments
  • Hospital Network in over 200 countries
  • Medical Evacuation and Repatriation Included
  • 24 X 7 Worldwide Assistance
  • Schengen Compliant Plans

Senior Citizen International Travel and Medical Insurance

Traveling abroad?

  • Product covers Potential Medical Expenses for Senior Citizens.
  • The Product covers Accidents or Sickness related medical expenses (including COVID), while abroad.
  • The Product covers Pre Existing Disease-related medical expenses (On Request).
  • The Product covers Emergency Dental Pain-related emergency expenses.
  • The product comes with Cashless Hospitals in the city where you are traveling.
  • The products cover Travel Inconveniences including Loss of passport, delay in checked-in baggage, Trip cancellation, Trip Curtailment, etc
Terms and Conditions :
  • * Matrix facilitates International Travel and Medical Insurance for its customers, from Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Limited.
  • * Medical Coverage includes both in-patient (hospitalization - cashless) and OPD (reimbursement). Cashless Facility is available in event of 24 hours of hospitalization.
  • * Pre-existing Diseases are not covered in Bajaj Allianz Policies. However, customers can raise a request for Pre Existing Disease Cover and it will be incorporated into the Insurance Policy at the sole discretion of the Insurer, by charging an additional Premium.
  • * Policy covers Medical Expenses arising out of Covid-19 outside India, including Medical Expenses incurred during the Quarantine period subject to the policy terms and conditions. Accommodation and non-medical incidental expenses arising during the Quarantine period stand excluded
  • * Travel Insurance is not valid for customers traveling to Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Congo, Iraq, Yemen, Syria, North Korea, or any other country where there is a political disturbance.

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