Holidaymakers can understandably get confused as to whether they need family cover or whether they'd be better off with an individual policy for each person travelling.
As always, the right option depends on several factors, such as:
- The size of your group
- Who's travelling with you
- If anyone has a pre-existing medical condition
It's worth taking some time to read up on and compare cover to make sure you get the best family travel insurance for your needs.
What is Family Travel Insurance?
A family travel policy covers people from the same family who live at the same address, such as:
- Aunts and uncles
You can have up to a maximum of two adults and five children on a family policy. You don’t need to have the same surname, but the adults need to live at the same address to be on the same policy (the children don't have to live with the adults to be on the same policy).
Admiral's Family Travel Insurance is available as single trip travel insurance, which covers you for one trip away from home for up to 365 days, or, if your family goes on several holidays a year, annual travel insurance.
Kids travel insurance
Separate children's holiday insurance isn't needed for any family member under the age of 24 as they can be added to an Admiral Family Travel Insurance policy. Anyone over the age of 24 will need to take out individual policies.
We offer three tiers of cover with increasing coverage and product benefits:
- Admiral Gold
- Admiral Platinum
Read the full list of benefits in the policy summary booklet.