Real People, Real Claims: Real-Life Reasons Why Visitors to Canada Need Travel Insurance

Ready to welcome friends and family from abroad for the holidays?

'Tis the season to welcome friends and family for some holiday cheer. And if your guests are coming from outside of Canada, whether for a few days, a week, or a month, give them the present of sage advice: suggest they get Visitors to Canada travel insurance before they arrive for the season's festivities.

Of course, no one ever plans to be ill or injured while on vacation, but while we all hope for the best, your visitors need to plan for the worst, because without coverage, a trip to the emergency room can be costly. With the average cost of a standard stay in a Canadian hospital coming in at $6,137, the following real-life Visitors to Canada travel insurance claims illustrate why you should suggest to your guests that they pack coverage alongside their other must-have travel documents.


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An infographic that includes all the various costs associated with a trip to the hospital for visitors to Canada.

A worry-free Canadian holiday starts with Visitors to Canada travel insurance

Regardless of where your guests' plane takes off from, suggest they get Visitors to Canada travel insurance before they embark. At Kanetix.ca it's easy to compare policies, prices and secure the coverage they need to ensure a stress-free holiday.

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