Allergy travel insurance
One in three Australians experiences an allergy during their life. We understand how hard it can be to find competitive medical travel insurance that covers your allergies – so we make it easy for you.
With Medical Travel Compared, you can quickly compare travel insurance that covers your pre-existing medical condition.
Do you need to declare allergies for travel insurance?
Any condition that you have been diagnosed with prior to travel is considered a pre-existing medical condition.
Whether you experience a nut allergy, other food allergies, or a severe allergy with anaphylaxis, we can help you find travel insurance that covers your needs.
Even if you’ve never used an EpiPen or required medical intervention for your allergy, it’s best to declare your condition. Allergic reactions can be unpredictable in their severity and you could end up needing expensive medical treatment or a costly hospital stay that you need to claim.
It’s important to declare any allergies so that you’re not left out of pocket if something goes wrong.
We’ll ask you a few questions about your condition. The answers you provide about your condition enable us to gather an understanding of your medical history. Then we can give you quotes from a range of medical travel insurance providers that you can compare.
What does allergy travel insurance cover?
Getting specialist travel insurance for pre-existing conditions like allergies means your travel insurance is extended to cover the health conditions you declare. So if you fall ill because of your condition in another country, you can claim for any medical, emergency and travel costs.
With the right medical travel insurance policy, you can enjoy your time away without the worry of a bill if you need medical care for your condition.