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Visitor-to-Canada travel insurance is the right choice for you or someone you know if you plan to stay in Canada for an extended period.

All the Canadian visitors must take out travel insurance because Canadian healthcare plans do not cover medical costs for overseas visitors. It is strongly recommended that visitors purchase insurance from Canadian insurance companies since the policies can be purchased from their home country. This means you can avoid paying thousands of dollars and having to wait months for reimbursement because these companies know Canadian hospitals. Insurers in Canada also learn how to help you with your claims.


Medical and hospitalizing expenses in Canada are covered by visitor-to-Canada travel insurance. Coverage is available from $10,000 to $1,000,000 for the duration of your stay or Policy.

When you visit Canada and experience an unplanned medical emergency, you can call a 24-hour toll-free number and be connected with a professional who can help you receive the care you need.

Medical expenses covered by insurance include:

  • When an emergency occurs, hospital care is provided.
  • Medical care during an emergency
  • Medical transport in the event of an emergency
  • Dismemberment due to an accident
  • Death due to an accident
  • The cost of the accompanying individual.
  • Medical care for dental emergencies
  • Returning home in an emergency
  • Repatriation of remains
  • Cremation

An example of a claim ARENAL ABSCESS UNNOTICED Adam and his family were visiting from Norway. One day, he started complaining of abdominal pain and nausea. When his temperature ran very high, Adam’s parents called an ambulance, and he was taken to a sick kids’ hospital, where it was discovered that he had a large abscess on his kidney. He was hospitalized for seven days, and his medical treatment included drainage of the abscess under CT fluoroscopy before being discharged with antibiotics.

  • Ambulance fees $650.00
  • Hospital fees $29,000.00
  • Doctors’ fees $7,700.00
  • Prescriptions $400.00
  • Amount paid by the insurance company $37,750.00
  • Canadian visitors
  • Individuals who are not covered by government healthcare
  • A work visa holder in Canada
  • New immigrants
  • There is a difference between Visitor-to-Canadian Insurance and SuperVisa Insurance.

Super visa insurance policies are created specifically to meet super visa admissions criteria. The Policy must have a minimum of $100,000 and cover the policyholder for at least one full year. A visitor’s insurance policy is a typical travel insurance policy. The number of days covered and the coverage percentage will vary based on the Policy you pick.