Planning a trip to the nation’s capital in Ottawa? Want to check out the CN Tower in Toronto? How about visiting la belle province or checking out Canada’s beautiful west coast? With so many culturally and geographically different regions, Canada truly has something for everyone.
At Blue Cross, we not only offer travel insurance for Canadians, we also offer affordable travel insurance for visitors to Canada. Whether you are visiting from the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia or anywhere else in the world, we have insurance coverage that will meet all of your needs.
Travel tips for Canada
Depending on your citizenship, a visitor visa may be required for entry into Canada. You will also need to prove you have money for your stay and that you have the means to leave at the end of your trip. Depending on your citizenship, you may also require a temporary resident (visitor) visa.
The Canadian dollar is the currency used in Canada, but the US dollar is also accepted in locations close to the Canada–US border and in some establishments.
The average temperature in Canada depends on the region you are visiting. During the winter, travellers commonly visit Quebec, Alberta or British Columbia for the ski season, and during the summer, travellers visit all areas of the country, especially Ontario and the east coast. The peak travel season is between May and September. The average temperature during the summer months ranges from as low as 20°C in northern regions, such as Whitehorse, to 28°C in Ontario and British Columbia.
Now that you have these travel tips, it’s time to get your travel insurance for Canada organized.
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A trusted name for travel insurance in Canada and abroad
Blue Cross has been a trusted name in insurance for more than 70 years. This is one of the many reasons why Canadians rely on us for their travel and health insurance coverage. It’s why international travellers also choose us for insurance when they visit Canada. Our insurance for visitors to Canada offers emergency medical care expenses, including hospital accommodation, doctor fees, laboratory tests, emergency prescription drugs and more. Members of this plan also get the ultimate security of CanAssistance emergency travel assistance.
Whether you are a foreign student attending a Canadian university, an immigrant to Canada or a visitor on a super visa, we offer coverage to handle your emergency medical care needs.
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