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Why Choose Worldcare for Your Travel Insurance

Why Choose Worldcare for Your Travel Insurance

Worldcare Travel Insurance is perfect for the cost-conscious traveller, covering the main risks that can occur when Kiwis are overseas, including medical, luggage, cancellation and more. Worldcare have been covering New Zealanders overseas for over ten years, specialising in overseas medical risks.

There are many reasons to choose Worldcare Travel Insurance, and one is that they are a proud New Zealand based company, with their policies underwritten by Allianz, the world’s largest insurance provider. They are also available 24 hours a day, seven days a week in case of emergencies, and their emergency assistance is carried out by the world’s leading medical assistance company, Allianz Global Assistance.

Worldcare’s great value travel insurance is both comprehensive and affordable, ensuring travellers can relax and enjoy their holiday, knowing they are in safe hands. Their mission is to provide New Zealand travellers with the level of care, expertise and professionalism they have come to expect from this prestigious company. Whether people are looking for a single or annual multi-trip travel insurance policy, Worldcare Travel Insurance have a product to suit their needs. Buying travel insurance on the Worldcare site is simple and secure and the four-step purchase process takes less than five minutes, and once completed, travellers are covered immediately.

Worldcare have several types of travel insurance, including their Comprehensive Travel Insurance which provides great value cover with high policy limits and extended benefits for peace of mind while travelling. Their Frequent Traveller Travel Insurance is for travellers up to the age of 70 who journey abroad regularly and the policy covers all their trips of up to 60 days per duration at a time over a 12-month period. For those who travel more than a couple of times a year this is a very budget conscious policy to consider as a great value alternative to single trip insurance.

Worldcare’s experienced Auckland sales support team are on hand to answer all queries, including general questions, questions relating to claims and, of course, for those requiring emergency assistance. Their emergency medical assistance provider is Allianz Global Assistance, part of the international Allianz Global Assistance Group, the largest assistance company in the world, with over 60 years’ expertise responding to medical emergencies around the globe. They maintain 40 around-the-clock operation centres in 25 countries, spanning all continents, and their policies are underwritten by Allianz Australia Insurance Ltd, one of the world’s leading insurance companies.

For further information, please visit the website at http://www.worldcare.co.nz/

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