TrueTraveller is a UK and Czech Republic based insurer of adventure sports and travel insurance that has been around since 2010. They cover UK and European residents up to 65 years old for single or annual multi-trip policies.
Campbell Irvine Ltd (registration No.306242) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Claims are handled by Claims Settlement Agencies Limited (CSAL) who are appointed as the Third Party Administrator of claims by our Insurer (Allianz).
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Campbell Irvine is generally well reviewed although there are a limited number of reviews. Claims Settlement Agencies Limited is generally poorly reviewed, although they handle claims across a number of insurers so this may not necessarily be indicative.
TrueTraveller covers 92 activites, with 4 different "Activity Pack" levels.
TrekkingAs standard, Campbell Irvine Direct covers Trekking/Rambling/Hiking up to 5,000m without a guide and Trekking between 5,000m and 7,000m when accompanied by a qualified guide.
ClimbingCampbell Irvine does not cover outdoor rock climbing of any sort.
MountaineeringCampbell Irvine does not cover outdoor mountaineering of any sort.
SkiingAs standard, Campbell Irvine only covers cross-country skiing. With the optional "Winter Sports Extension" they additional cover Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding but only cover off-pieste if you are with a qualified instructor or in a group of no less than three persons in possession of working communications or portable telephones.
ParaglidingCampbell Irvine does not cover Paragliding of any sort.
Campbell Irvine offers both Single Trip and Multi-Trip insurance with additional Excess Waiver and Missed Flight Connection options.
All information provided is indicative and may be out of date - you should always check with the insurer that they will cover your activity.