Travel Insurance

Every trip you take, we’ll be there with you

Our AFSPA commitment to “Caring for your health worldwide” takes on heightened urgency when it comes to protecting you while traveling in the U.S. or overseas. Our travel insurance options are designed to ensure the peace of mind that comes with being protected just in case anything goes wrong.

Travel Assistance International (TAI)

Designed to cover one-time trips

How do I enroll?

Click here to enroll, to receive a quote, or speak directly with a plan representative.

Questions? Send us a secure message here and we’ll get back to you. 

Travel Emergency Network (TEN)

For frequent travel and for those who do not require medical coverage

How do I enroll?

Click here to enroll, to receive a quote, or speak directly with a plan representative.

Questions? Send us a secure message here and we’ll get back to you. 

Forms & Brochures

Wander Frequent Traveler

An annual plan with comprehensive medical and evacuation coverage

Note: Wander Frequent Traveler plan is not available for residents of Maryland, Washington, New York, South Dakota and Colorado.

How do I enroll?

Click here to apply, to receive a quote, or speak directly with a plan representative.

Questions? Send us a secure message here and we’ll get back to you. 

RoundTrip International

Comprehensive travel benefit package when traveling outside of your home country

How do I enroll?

Click here to enroll, to receive a quote, or speak directly with a plan representative.

Questions? Send us a secure message here and we’ll get back to you.

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