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What is an International Travel Insurance Policy?

An international travel insurance policy is your trustworthy, reliable and mandatory companion for your trip abroad. Imagine this: You are travelling to a foreign country for leisure or personal business or studies. You don't want anything to ruin your trip and taint your happy memories. But unexpected things happen. You may fall sick or lose your passport or miss your flight! An international travel health insurance policy helps you deal with financial stress and worries cau​sed by such situations. It protects you in unexpected and untimely situations in an unfamiliar city with language barriers. An international travel medical insurance plan covers flight delays, lost or delayed baggage, lost passport, trip interruptions, medical expenses and trip cancellations.

Reliance General Insurance is here to ensure you have a wonderful stay and worry-free travel experience. With premium starting at ₹306*, our international travel insurance plans will help you deal with any baggage or trip or medical contingencies. Be it a delay of checked-in baggage, lost baggage, cancelled flight, delayed flight, missed connecting flights, passport loss, emergency hospitalisation, trip interruption or trip cancellation, we will be there for you.​

Why Do You Need Travel Insurance When Going Abroad?

Travel insurance is an insurance policy that provides financial protection to travellers during their international stay or trips. Imagine you’re all set to enjoy a vacation at an exotic destination and unexpected events disrupt your travel plans: You miss your flight or have to delay your trip due to weather conditions or get hospitalised during your stay abroad due to some medical emergency. A travel insurance plan ensures that none of the trip or medical contingencies cause any financial burden to you. It covers you from the moment you reach the airport till you’re safely back to India from your trip.

Here are some key reasons why buying a travel insurance policy is important when going abroad:

Mandatory by Law

Some countries have made it mandatory for travellers to have a valid travel health insurance plan before entering their borders. For example, it is a prerequisite to purchase medical travel insurance to enter countries like Russia, Singapore, the UAE, Romania and Cuba regardless of the purpose of your visit. The main reason behind making travel insurance mandatory in some countries is to financially secure foreign visitors from unexpected events like passport loss or theft, lost or misplaced luggage, trip delay or cancellations, medical emergencies or accidents and COVID-19 like situations.

Visa Requirements

While there are countries that offer visa on arrival to India, many countries require you to buy a travel insurance policy to initiate the visa application process. For example, it is compulsory to have travel medical insurance with a minimum medical coverage of EUR 30,000 to get a Schengen Visa. This will allow you freely in any of the Schengen countries, including Switzerland, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Portugal and Denmark. Other countries where travel health insurance is mandatory for the visa process include Turkey, Czech Republic, Ecuador, UAE, etc.

Cost of Medical Treatments

Medical expenses can be quite high in foreign countries than in India. The potentially high cost of medical treatments in case of unexpected illness or injury or accidental dental issues, not only increases your financial burden but also leaves you feeling helpless during your international vacation. An international travel medical insurance plan acts as a shield against unforeseen medical bills by offering cover for emergency medical hospitalisation, the cost of transporting the nearest hospital or back to India, and dental treatment due to an accident on your trip.

Coverages Offered

Besides offering international medical coverage, international travel insurance policies offer coverage for various baggage and trip-related contingencies. You lose your checked-in baggage or someone mistakenly takes your luggage or the airline delays or misdirects your checked-in baggage. Similarly, you may miss your connecting flight to your final travel destination or your trip may get delayed or interrupted or cancelled because of conditions that are beyond your control. All of these situations are covered under our plan.

What are the Different Types of Overseas Travel Insurance Plan?

Reliance General Insurance offers country-specific travel plans with sum insured ranging from USD 50,000 to USD 500,000 to cater to the diverse needs of globetrotters. We have overseas travel insurance plans that cover the top travel destinations across the globe, including the US, Canada, the UK, Greece, Austria, Egypt, Russia, Hong Kong, Japan and China. Schengen Travel Insurance is popular among travellers who love to explore Schengen countries like Switzerland, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Portugal and Denmark. It has customised plans to offer the necessary medical coverage to comply with Sche​​​ngen Visa requirements. On the other hand, Asia Travel Insurance has special plans to provide cover​age against various untoward events that may disturb your relaxing and exciting stay in beautiful Asian countries like Singapore, Thailand and South Korea.

Reliance Travel Care Policy also offers personalised plans for different combinations like individual, family, senior citizen and student. We have an international travel insurance plan for individuals who love to travel solo. Our international family travel insurance plan is perfect for people who love taking family trips abroad while our annual multi-trip travel insurance plan is a must for frequent business travellers. Meanwhile, Senior Citizen Travel Insurance Plan is specially curated for travellers aged between 61-70 years who want to explore the world. This is also one of the most preferred plans by Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) who want their parents to visit frequently or have extended stays with them.

Additionally, ​Student Travel Insurance is best for students who want to study at reputed universities and institutions abroad. This international student travel insurance plan not only offers basic covers for lost passport, total loss of checked-in baggage and personal liability but also includes unique coverages like bail bond, study interruption cover and sponsor protection cover. It is a special international travel insurance plan for students that can be easily customised to meet the different requirements of universities in top countries like Germany, Australia, the UK, the US and Canada.

Benefits of Reliance International Travel Insurance Plan

Our Reliance Travel Care Policy has everything you need to ensure your safety and comfort during your international trip. Here are different covers you can enjoy when you buy our international travel insurance policy online:

Baggage Loss or Delays Compensation

In the situation of your checked-in baggage delay, our international travel insurance plan will provide up to USD 100 to help you buy necessary personal items like clothes, toiletries and medication. Additionally, in case of loss of Baggage, our plan will compensate you up to USD 1500* for total loss of checked-in luggage caused by your airline.

Passport Loss or Theft Cover

Losing your passport or becoming a victim of passport theft can be a dreadful experience. Our international travel insurance policy offers cover for passport loss to help you get reimbursement up to USD 300 for expenses incurred to get a new passport or duplicate passport.

Medical Emergency Cover

You may fall sick or get into an accident but with our international travel health insurance you can cover most medical expenses, including medical treatment, emergency medical hospitalisation and transportation, up to USD 500,000*. It also provides a cover of up to USD 500 for any accidental dental treatment needed during your trip.

Trip Cancellations and Interruptions Cover

In case you have to cancel or interrupt your trip due to unforeseen illness or inclement weather conditions or terrorist incidents, our international travel insurance policy will provide reimbursement of up to USD 600* for the forfeited, non-refundable prepaid payments made before the departure date.

Missed Connecting Flights

Our overseas travel insurance plan offers a cover of up to USD 500* in case you miss the connecting flight to your final destination. This will help to deal with your losses or additional transportation expenses without letting this situation dampen your holiday plans.​

Personal Liability Cover

Our international travel medical insurance plan covers you for any third-party bodily injury or property damage up to USD 250,000*​. This cover is helpful especially when you can’t control certain circumstances around you. For example, you may get involved in an accident during your international trip. and end up accidentally hurting another person or damaging their property.

Hijack Distress Allowance

In the unlikely event of a flight hijack, Reliance Travel Care Policy offers a distress allowance of up to USD 125* per day (maximum 7 days) to help you deal with the trauma.

Compassionate Visit

No one can replace your loved ones, especially when you need them during medical emergencies on your international trip. Our international travel insurance plan offers a cover for compassionate visit wherein the travel and accommodation expenses of one immediate family member are covered. This cover comes in handy when you’re hospitalised due to an illness or injury and cannot return to India without any companion.

Features of Reliance International Travel Insurance Policy

Reliance Travel Care Policy offers different plans for different needs. The Standard Plan provides basic coverages for medical expenses, accidental dental treatment, passport loss, delay and total loss of checked-in baggage, personal accident, personal liability and compassionate visit. Meanwhile, the Silver Plan, Gold Plan and Platinum Plan offer comprehensive coverage by enhancing the sum insured for the basic covers offered under the Standard Plan along with additional covers like trip delays, trip cancellations or interruptions, missed connecting flights and more.

Covers Standard Plan (in USD) Silver Plan (in USD) Gold Plan (in USD) Platinum Plan (in USD)

Medical Expenses Incl. transportation, evacuation and repatriation of mortal remains





Dental treatment





Loss of passport





Total loss of checked-in baggage*





Delay of checked-in baggage





Personal accident





Accidental death - common carrier





Personal liability





Daily allowance in case of hospitalisation


25 per day (5 days max)

25 per day (6 days max)

25 per day (7 days max)

Financial emergency assistance





Hijack distress allowance


50 per day (7 days max)

75 per day (7 days max)

125 per day (7 days max)

Trip delay


25 per day (6 days max)

50 per day (6 days max)

60 per day (6 days max)

Trip cancellation & interruption





Missed connections





Compassionate visit

Return fare for any one accompanying person - spouse/child/family doctor

Note: The above table provides information for Reliance Travel Care Policy – Individual Plans. The covers mentioned above are subject to deductibles. Please read policy wording, brochure and prospectus for more information.

What’s Covered Under Reliance International Travel Insurance Policy?

Our Reliance Travel Care Policy is your travel guardian for all of your international trips. Be it medical expenses, lost baggage or trip delays, we cover it all. To understand your travel insurance coverage, have a look at what’s covered under our international travel insurance policy:

Medical Emergencies

Medical Expenses

Our international travel medical insurance policy covers the medical expenses up to USD 500,000* that you have incurred during the policy period for availing emergency medical treatment abroad for any illness or accident or injury that has been advised by a doctor. These treatments can include in-patient treatments, X-Ray, Radiotherapy, etc.

Transportation Costs

Our international travel health insurance plan covers the expenses for transportation to the nearest hospital or back to India for a medical treatment that’s been necessitated by a doctor. It also covers the additional costs for an accompanying person in case you need to be accompanied for the medically necessary treatment.

Dental Treatment

Our overseas travel insurance plan also covers expenses related to the acute anesthetic treatment of a natural tooth or teeth during the trip. Suppose an accident during your trip damages your teeth and the doctor recommends immediate dental treatment that cannot wait until you get back to India, the costs for the same are covered up to USD 500.

Daily Allowance In Case of Hospitalisation

In case you need emergency hospitalisation for more than two consecutive days due to an illness or injury during the trip, then our international travel insurance plan offers a daily allowance of up to USD 25 per day* (maximum 7 days). This benefit can be claimed only once during the policy period.

Personal Accident

Our foreign travel insurance policy offers compensation of up to USD 30,000* in case of death or disablement due to an injury that occurred during a trip.

Personal Liability

We know that you’re always careful but unintentional accidents can lead to physical injuries or material damage to third-parties. Our international travel insurance plan offers Personal Liability cover of up to USD 250,000* that takes care of your legal expenses and the compensation that you have to pay to the third-party as per the court of law up.

Repatriation of Mortal Remains

In the unfortunate event of your death due to an insurable event while on the trip, our international travel insurance plan covers the expenses related to transporting the mortal remains back to India or expenses for a local burial or cremation in the country where the death occurred. The expenses are covered up to the defined limits.

Baggage Covers

Delay of Checked-In Baggage

Our international travel insurance plan provides baggage cover if your luggage is delayed by the airline or misdirected for more than 12 hours from the actual arrival date of the common carrier. Specifically, our Delay of Checked-in Baggage cover will provide reimbursement of up to USD 100 for expenses you incurred purchasing necessary clothes, toiletries and medication.

Total Loss of Checked-In Baggage

If your airline loses your baggage, then our international travel insurance policy will compensate you for the total loss of your checked-in baggage. The compensation is offered as per the market value of the total loss of checked-in baggage caused by a common carrier up to USD 1500*.

Journey Covers

Loss of Passport

Our Reliance Travel Care Policy offers reimbursement of up to USD 300 to cover all the expenses in connection with obtaining a duplicate or fresh passport that was lost during your international trip. In case of passport theft, you’ll get reimbursed for the cost of issuing a new passport if you report the theft to the police within 24 hours.

Missed Connections

Our international travel insurance plan provides a reimbursement of up to USD 500* if you miss a connecting flight due to inclement weather causing cancellation or a delay of the scheduled flights. It also covers any additional transportation costs to join the trip for non-refundable unused portion of prepaid expenses.

Trip Delay

Get reimbursed for any reasonable additional expenses incurred because of a trip delay for more than 12 hours due to unforeseen reasons such as inclement weather conditions causing delay or a loss of passport or travel documents or unforeseen illness or injury of immediate family member. The reimbursement offered under this benefit is up to USD 60 per day* (maximum 6 days).

Trip Cancellation and Interruption

If you’re forced to cancel your trip before the scheduled departure date or trips have been interrupted because of an unfortunate and unforeseen illness, death of your immediate family or inclement weather conditions, then we’ll reimburse you for the forfeited, non-refundable prepaid payments made prior to the departure date up to USD 600*.

Financial Emergency Assistance

In case of substantial loss of travel funds while travelling because of theft, mugging, robbery or dacoity wherein there is a detrimental effect on the travel plans. then we’ll provide financial emergency assistance of up to USD 300* under our overseas travel insurance policy. This will help you continue your trip and make any necessary arrangements.

Compassionate Visit

If you’re hospitalised for more than seven consecutive days during your trip, you cannot return to India and don’t have any companion with you, then our international travel insurance plan will ensure that you’re not left alone. Our Compassionate Visit benefit will cover will the travelling and accommodation costs of your immediate family member up to the limits specified in the schedule.

Note: The coverages and sum insured will vary as per the plan opted. Please read the policy wordings for complete details on coverages.

What’s Not Covered Under Reliance International Travel Insurance Policy?

As much as we would like to cover all possible risks, certain situations are beyond the protection of our plans. We like to maintain complete transparency with our customers so here's what we don't cover in our international travel insurance policy:

Medical Exclusions:

Our international travel insurance plan does not cover any pre-existing diseases and expenses incurred due to self-inflicting injuries or suicide, mental disorders, alcohol/drug abuse and sexually transmitted diseases. It also does not cover the expenses incurred if you’re travelling against the advice of a physician.

Baggage Exclusions

Our international travel insurance policy does not cover any partial loss or damage to your luggage. Loss of hand baggage is also not covered. Additionally, losses arising due to delays and confiscation by the customs authorities are not covered.

Journey Exclusions

Our international travel insurance plan does not cover any losses or damages incurred due to any war or nuclear threat in the country where you're travelling. It also does not cover the challenges faced due to theft or loss of passport when left unattended, or unreported to local police authorities.

Note: Please read the policy wordings for the full list of exclusions.

How to Choose an International Travel Insurance Policy?

Selecting the right overseas travel insurance is a crucial for securing your trip abroad. It is important to choose an international travel insurance policy that offers comprehensive coverage and high sum insured instead of a cheap international travel insurance that doesn’t protect you adequately. So, how do you choose the right online international travel insurance? Here are a few pointers for you:

Check International Travel Insurance Policy Coverage

Check if the international travel health insurance policy covers emergency medical expenses, passport loss, baggage delays, baggage loss, trip cancellations, trip delays, trip interruptions, etc. We recommend you to look for comprehensive coverage when buying an international travel insurance online. For example, if you face a situation where the airline has misplaced your checked-in luggage, then our Reliance Travel Care Policy will help you get reimbursed for the lost baggage.

Look for Medical Emergency and Dental Treatment Covers

Best international travel insurance plans offer cover for a wide range of medical contingencies. You could get admitted in the hospital due to some accident or sudden illness and your travel plan should cover you for the hospitalisation expenses. Even if you need emergency dental treatment while on your trip then your international travel insurance should reimburse you for that. Make sure you get a plan that covers you for all of the previously mentioned scenarios (check out the Reliance Travel Care Policy for all these covers)

Choose Need-Based Sum Insured

Every international travel insurance plan has a Sum Insured, which is the maximum amount that an insurance company will pay toward a claim. The higher the Sum Insured, the better financial protection you get against medical emergencies and other trip-related contingencies. While we recommend you to choose an online international travel insurance policy that offers a high Sum Insured of up to $500,000, you need to select a plan based on your requirements.

Evaluate Claim Settlement Process

You should always check the travel insurer’s claim settlement ratio and process before buying international travel insurance online. A higher settlement ratio and a smoother claim procedure will ensure your claim is successfully processed.

How to Buy International Travel Insurance Policy Online?

Buying international travel insurance for your upcoming trip isn’t as easy as buying your favourite chocolate. You need to choose the right travel insurance that meets your requirements while giving comprehensive protection during your stay abroad. That’s why we’ve made it simple to buy overseas travel insurance online – just follow our step-by-step guide and you’re good to go.

  • Step 1: Scroll to the top of this page and enter your details including travel type, mobile number, email ID and travel destination.

  • Step 2: Choose your preferred plan type and click on ‘Buy Now’.

  • Step 3: Check your premium details, enter your personal details and choose your preferred mode of payment.

  • Step 4: Get your international travel health insurance policy for your upcoming trip.

Factors that Affect Your Travel Insurance Premiums

Your international travel insurance premium is influenced by a combination of factors like the country you’re travelling to, your age and the duration of your trip. Check out the list below to know in detail how each factor affects your premiums: 

Your Travel Destination

The country you choose as your travel destination affects your international travel insurance premium as each country carries its own risk, which the insurer assesses. Therefore, your premium will go higher if you’re travelling across USA and Canada in comparison to travelling to Asian destinations.

Length of Your Stay

Your international travel insurance premium is affected by your trip duration. A shorter trip results in lower premiums because the chances of risk is lower and the opposite applies for longer trips where the risk is higher. If you spend more time in your holiday destination, there is a higher risk of injury or illness since you’ll be out travelling to enjoy your holiday.

Age of Traveller(s)

The age of all travelling members plays a role in the premiums too. Older people are associated with medical higher risk as they have a high probability of having pre-existing diseases, therefore the premiums for them would be higher. On the other hand, younger travellers will have lower premiums as they are usually fitter and have a low medical risk.

Type of Insurance Plan

Different international travel health insurance plans cover different needs. If you’re a student going abroad for education, then we have an international travel insurance plan for students. If you take multiple trips in a year, then we have an annual multi-trip travel insurance plan. The premium changes based on your need and the type of insurance plan for that need.

Sum Insured

Every travel insurance policy has different plans that offer varying amounts of the Sum Insured. The Sum Insured is the maximum value that an insurance company will pay towards your claim. The claim could be related to flight delays, missed connecting flights, trip delays or interruptions, medical expenses, lost passport, loss or delay of checked-in baggage. So when the Sum Insured is high, the premium will be higher.

How to File An International Travel Insurance Claim?

Cashless Claim

Register Claim

The insured, his family or the hospital has to intimate a claim with the correct certificate number to Reliance General Insurance within 24 hours from the time of admission in case of hospitalisation. Note that the hospital has to agree to provide the cashless facility.

Claim Settlement

To avail Worldwide cashless facility, call the below-mentioned numbers or International toll-free numbers given country-wise in your Policy Schedule for any emergency assistance.

National Toll-Free No.: 1800-209-55-22

Landline No.: +91-22-67347843/44 (Charges Applicable)

New International toll-free numbers

Norway00+800-99441111Czech Republic00+800-99441111
New Zealand00+800-99441111France00+800-99441111
Singapore00+1800-99441111Greece86002038017 (ITFS)
Australia0011+800-99441111Israel00 or 014+800-99441111
United Kingdom00+800-99441111Germany00+800-99441111
Malaysia00+800-99441111 South Africa00+800-99441111
Hong Kong001 or 006+800-99441111USA18337426673 (ITFS)
Taiwan00+800-99441111Canada011+800-9944 1111

Reimbursement Claim:

Register Claim

The insured or his family has to intimate Reliance General Insurance within 24 hours of the occurrence of claim.

Claim Settlement

For reimbursement, submit the fully filled claim form along with the hard copies of all the required documents at the below-mentioned address:

Europ Assistance India Pvt Ltd.
7th Floor, Star Hub,  Bldg No. 2,
Near ITC Maratha Hotel,
Sahar, Andheri East,
Mumbai – 400 059., India

What are the Documents Needed to File a Claim?

1. You need to complete the KYC Process as per the AML/CFT Guidelines issued by IRDAI. You also need to submit PAN/Form 60 along with the below-mentioned documents for your international travel insurance claim.

2. You need to submit the original ticket/boarding pass, a copy of the passport indicating the travel dates and the completed claim form for every claim.

3. You also need to submit original bills/vouchers/reports and discharge summary for all claims.

4. You have to submit an official death certificate and a physician's statement giving the cause of death to avail reimbursement of the costs of transporting the mortal remains of the Insured/Insured Person to the Republic of India or of costs of burial abroad.

5. For claims related to lost passport, you have to submit a Police Report obtained within 24 hours of the Insured/Insured person becoming aware of the theft along with the original bills/receipts of expenses incurred for new/fresh passport.

6. A Property Irregularity Report or other report is usually issued by the common carriers in the event of loss of checked-in baggage. A letter from the airline will also need to be submitted stating the compensation, if any received from them for the lost baggage.

7. In case of claims related to personal liability, you need to submit proof of judicial decision rendered by a Court.

8. For claims under financial emergency assistance benefit, the police report filed within 24 hours of becoming aware of the robbery needs to be submitted.

For a complete list of applicable claim documentation please visit here.

Want to extend your trip? Take a look at this-

If your holiday is extended for any reason, we recommend that you extend your travel insurance policy. It always better to be safe than sorry! Download and fill the Extension Form with Good Health Declaration Form & visit the nearest branch.

We offer overseas travel insurance for various destinations around the world. Click here to know more about travel insurance for different countries.

Disclaimer: *T&C apply.  Details mentioned here are for Reliance Travel Care Policy - Overseas Plan, UIN: RELTIOP08002V010708. Premium: The premium mentioned is excluding taxes for a medical sum insured of $25,000 for an Individual of 20 years on an Asia trip of 4 days. This is applicable for Asia plan only. ​Sum Insured: The mentioned Sum insured amount is applicable only under Reliance Travel Care Policy – Individual – Platinum Plan. Total loss of checked baggage: Maximum amount payable per checked-in baggage in case more than one bag has been checked in, is 50% (100% for only one checked-in baggage) of applicable sum insured and per item in baggage maximum 10%.

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