Sri Lanka Insurance ‘Travel Protect’ insurance relaunched with unique benefits

17 January 2019 01:28 pm - 0     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The insurance giant Sri Lanka Insurance sets new standard for travel insurance market providing exclusive benefits for travelers with the re-launching of Sri Lanka Insurance ‘Travel Protect’ insurance policy. For the first time in Sri Lanka travelers can now obtain travel insurance without a medical certificate up to 80 years of age.

Also traveler’s home will be protected against natural disasters, fire, lightning etc... When they are on holiday giving the traveler ultimate peace of mind to travel stress free.

Among the benefits on offer are covers for unforeseen medical emergencies, delay or cancellation of flights , insurance against loss of personal properties and home safety while  travel around the globe with ease of their mind. Also, ‘Travel Protect’ provides 24 hour travel and medical assistance by partnering with renowned service providers to ensure safety of travelers anywhere in the world.
Also when travelling with parents, children below the age of 18 years can get 50% off from the premium.

Travel Protect’ provides coverage for individuals, families, business professionals and also it provides special benefits for frequent travelers who travel multiple times during a year. In order to meet the different needs of travelers ‘Travel Protect’ offers 7 travel schemes under Silver, Gold, Platinum and Asia 25 packages.

Sri Lanka Insurance ‘Travel Protect’ can be purchased online via  making it more convenient and hassle free for traveler.

Established in 1962, Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation is the largest government-owned insurance company in Sri Lanka, with a managed asset base of over Rs. 193 billion and a Life fund of over Rs. 100 billion, the largest in the local insurance industry. The company is also the first and only local insurer to secure Fitch Ratings AA+ (lka) rating for its long-term financial stability and strong capital position.


  Comments - 0

Add comment

Comments will be edited (grammar, spelling and slang) and authorized at the discretion of Daily Mirror online. The website also has the right not to publish selected comments.

Reply To:

Name - Reply Comment

The Prime Minister Is Dead

“The Prime Minister is Dead” was the striking headline in extra-large, bo

Where are the green candidates and green manifestos?

Elections call for manifestos. Manifestos are typically documents into wish t

Why waste-to-energy plants will not be successful in Sri Lanka

It is no surprise that garbage isn’t garbage for some. It is money. This is


As we members of Daily Mirror news team reached Moneragala early morning for