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RoamRight is great for families traveling together, as they charge no additional premium for one child under the age of 17 per covered adult. They provide comprehensive insurance plans for leisure travel, adventure travel and business travel.


RoamRight, headquartered in Maryland, offers trip cancellation and other comprehensive travel insurance benefits for leisure, adventure and business travelers for both domestic and international trips. All of their plans are underwritten by Arch Insurance.

If you are traveling with children under the age of 17, RoamRight plans may be great for you! All plans offers no additional premium for one child under the age of 17 per each traveling adult. This allows you to travel knowing that your entire family is safe.

If you are worried about traveling with a pre-existing medical condition, you may find less stress with these plans. All of the RoamRight plans offered on feature a pre-existing conditions waiver, as long as eligibility criteria are met.


  • One child under the age of 17 per each covered adult is covered a no additional cost when with an adult.
  • Pre-existing condition waiver available, if eligible, with each plan.
  • 24/7 phone assistance for when you are traveling.

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(4.60) of 5
on average based on 1214 reviews.
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My father purchased this for our family trip, so I don't know much about the details, or how to answer. Thank you!
Kimberly M.
First the good: we were (eventually) reimbursed for the full amount of our prepaid airfare when we were forced to cancel this trip due to a medical emergency. Also, the claims reps I dealt with on the phone (3 occasions) were most courteous and helpful. The not so good: The trip was cancelled and the Roamright claim filed in early November, 2016. I just received the checks for reimbursement on February 26, 2017. I had to call early on to determine the reason for the delay. I was notified in December that I had failed to submit proof from the airline of trip cancellation. (I wasn't aware from the claim form that this was needed but maybe I didn't read the fine print). So I immediately sent an email with proof of airline cancellation. (Good thing I formally cancelled instead of just being a no-show!). Several weeks went by with no response from Roamright. So I made another call and they said they had still not received proof of cancellation. So I re-submitted the proof a second time (aaarrrgh!). Still no response until I called a couple of weeks later. Then, the news was good: the checks were in the mail. In the final analysis, I did get compensated for the full value of the nonrefundable airfare. But it shouldn't take 4 months to achieve this satisfaction, and more communication initiated by Roamright would have been most appreciated.
William H.
We had great personal help in selecting a plan to meet our specific needs. Thank you.
Ruth D.
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