1Cover Travel Insurance is based in Auckland, NZ and was founded in 2003. 1 Cover is underwritten by Lloyd’s. In this 1Cover Travel Insurance review, we give you both the good and bad, and give you a quick look at the plans they offer.
- 1Cover Travel Insurance automatically covers 35 pre-existing conditions
- Kids are covered free if they travel with parents or grandparents for the entire trip
- The online quote system is fast and easy to use
- By default, includes numerous adventure activities other policies exclude
- The 1Cover company name can be a little confusing – we’ve seen it written as one cover travel insurance, onecover travel insurance, 1 Cover travel insurance, 1 cover travel insurance and 1Cover Travel Insurance. 1Cover Travel Insurance is the correct version.
- You can’t make a claim online – you can only claim by downloading the form and sending it by mail or by email to 1Cover
The Bottom line
How to Get a Quote
You can get a quote for 1Cover travel insurance online on their website, or through the quote widget below.
1Cover Travel Insurance Plans
1Cover offers travel insurance for almost every situation. This includes regular overseas trips, domestic travel insurance, annual travel insurance (also called multi-trip travel insurance), skiing and snowboarding travel insurance, visitors to New Zealand insurance, travel insurance for seniors, and travel insurance if you’re already overseas. We look at all these policies in our 1 Cover Travel Insurance review.
Single Trip Policies for Overseas Trips
1Cover’s single trip policies all offer unlimited emergency medical insurance and a $100 excess. You can choose between a basic policy that covers only emergency medical insurance, or a comprehensive 1Cover travel insurance policy that covers emergency medical, trip interruption and more. The cost of your policy depends mostly on the area you’re traveling to and your age.
You can get a 1Cover annual travel insurance policy for travel withing New Zealand or internationally. The policies cover multiple trips of up to 90 days each. You can choose from basic emergency medical coverage only, or add on additional benefits like unlimited trip cancellation and rental vehicle access.
Domestic Travel Insurance
Even though New Zealand’s Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) offers 24-hour no-fault personal accident insurance cover, there are still many situations where the ACC won’t cover you.
1Cover offers domestic travel insurance includes trip cancellation, personal liability insurance, rental vehicle excess, luggage and personal effects. See our Domestic Travel Insurance Review for more companies and policies.
Skiiing and Snowboarding
Standard travel insurance policies often won’t cover adventure activities like skiing an snowboarding. 1Cover Ski travel insurance covers unlimited emergency medical insurance, trip interruption, trip cancellation, helicopter rescue, piste closure. It even offers bad weather and avalanche closure benefits.
Visitors to New Zealand
The 1Cover Visitors to New Zealand plan is for non-residents who are on holiday in New Zealand. It includes unlimited medical assistance within New Zealand, unlimited cancellation, personal liability, rental vehicle excess and more.
Residents Overseas Policy
Most companies won’t give you travel insurance if you apply after you’ve left on your trip.
1Cover is one of the few travel insurance companies that offers a travel insurance policy (the Residents Overseas policy) if you’ve already left New Zealand.
Want to know more?
We hope you found our 1Cover Travel Insurance review helpful! If you’re interested in 1Cover’s policies for seniors, check out our article on finding the best travel insurance for New Zealand seniors.
From time to time, 1Cover has a deal through Groupon.
How to Buy 1Cover Travel Insurance
You can buy 1Cover Travel Insurance online on the 1Cover website or get a quote below.
Policies and coverage can change at any time, without warning. This article is only intended as general advice. Please check your own policy carefully and visit the World Nomads website for up to date information.