cheap travel insurance

At Outbacker, we understand that travel insurance can often be an unwanted but necessary expense for young backpackers who would rather spend their well earned money exploring new and exciting parts of the world. We are proud to be able to offer some of the cheapest backpacker travel insurance products on the market - leaving you more money to enjoy your adventures knowing you are protected by Outbacker.

It's important to remember, however, that you must cover any risky activities or sports you will be enjoying on your holiday. Cheap policies can be great for your wallet, but only if they actually protect you, so it's important to make sure you're fully covered. We cover as standard a wide range of different sports and activities so do check the ones you've picked are on our list! Alternatively, we also do winter sports cover as well as covering more extreme sports in separate add-ons.

key policy benefits

Medical Protection

Cover for up to £10,000,000 of medical expenses whilst abroad.

Personal Belongings

Cover for your personal belongings & baggage if lost or stolen.

Passport Insurance

Cover if your passport is lost or stolen so you can continue your travels.

Delayed Baggage

Remuneration for emergency supplies if you baggage is delayed.

Outbacker Travel Insurance policies do not cover ANY pre-existing medical conditions.

* We include cover for some types of work and charity as standard, for other types you'll need to pay an additional premium, please click here for more information. If you include cover for manual labour please note we exclude manual work involving the lifting or carrying of heavy items in excess of 25 kgs, use of power tools or machinery, work involving the use of scaffolding or ladders, working at a height above 6m, any electrical or construction work or any form of work underground.

why outbacker

Working Holidays* and a Return Trip to the UK
Cover up to 230 Sports and Activities
Safe & Secure Online Booking
Instant Online Policy Delivery
24 Hour, 365 Days Emergency Assistance
Over £50,000 raised for Doctors Without Borders

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