Travel Insurance Canada

Canada is a country that attracts many travelers. But before you head off to the land of the maple, take a look at the essentials of your trip and your health coverage. Mondassur offers detailed information on Canada and the importance of taking out adequate health insurance for your stay.

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Welcome to the land of caribou, maple syrup and field hockey. French and English are spoken here, you can see two oceans, take in incredible landscapes with a thousand faces, move from the dense forests of Quebec to the rugged mountains of British Columbia… And you’ll never get enough of it: if you thought you’d seen it all in the spring, go back in the fall and you’ll see another colourful country.

Travel Insurance Canada
Travel Pass

Cost-effective international health insurance for your trip to Canada.



/ trip

Travel insurance Canada
Horizon 365

Appropriate health insurance if you travel at least twice a year.



/ year

Travel insurance Canada
Gold Start

Our international health insurance for trips lasting more than 90 days.



/ month

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How to choose travel insurance for Canada?

Travel insurance for Canada?

To make the most of your trip to Canada and avoid unforeseen inconveniences, it’s essential to take out travel insurance that’s perfectly suited to your needs. At Mondassur, we offer you a range of insurance products specially designed to meet your needs and circumstances, all at very competitive rates. Don’t neglect this crucial step for a worry-free travel experience!

When to go to Canada?

You can enjoy the country practically all year round, as activities are rich and varied. Only the period from late December to mid-March is not recommended, as it is particularly cold, snowy and rainy. So these are not the most attractive conditions for visiting the country and enjoying it to the full.

Must-see places in Canada

The plateau and Mount Royal Park in Montreal

Montreal, rich in culture and history, is particularly popular for its quality of life and diversity.

But above all, don’t miss the unmissable: the Plateau-Mont-Royal and its brightly-colored houses, for example. Take a guide with you to discover all the secrets and hidden spots. He’ll also be able to tell you a few anecdotes about this “Petit-Paris”, while you enjoy an excellent local poutine!

Then take a stroll through Mont Réal Park. Considered the lungs of the city, there’s plenty to do depending on the season you visit: cycling or hiking in summer, cross-country skiing or ice skating in winter… there’s something for everyone! And let’s not forget the incredible view of Montreal from the Kondiaronk belvedere.

The Château Frontenac in Quebec City

Québec City is one of the region’s jewels, and has always attracted crowds for its cultural and historical appeal. The city has nothing to envy of the great cultural capitals: museums, theaters and other cultural visits are a delight for young and old alike. On the culinary front, just like Montreal, Quebec City has seduced top chefs with its rich and varied menus, from the famous poké-bowl to gourmet desserts made with maple syrup.

The Château Frontenac is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. It is both a monument and a renowned hotel.

Toronto’s CN Tower

At 553 metres, the CN Tower is the 9th tallest tower in the world, offering breathtaking views of Toronto and the surrounding region. And for the more adventurous, a glass floor is located just below the lookout, allowing you to defy your fear of heights and feel the effects of the wind!

Niagara Falls at Niagara Falls

We’re all familiar with Niagara Falls… and rightly so, since it could well be the most photographed site in the world. And even better: go there in winter, and you might be lucky enough to admire them completely frozen!

What you may not know is that they’re not located in the heart of Mother Nature at all: they’re in the heart of a small leisure town, Canadian Las Vegas, a veritable tourist magnet. Straddling the U.S. border, you can of course arm yourself heavily with a good poncho and take a boat trip there, or even enjoy a helicopter tour if you have the means… The view will be all the more impressive!

Thousand Islands – Mid-May to mid-October

The Thousand Islands are protected as part of a national park, and are less well known to tourists, so a visit is a must. This archipelago is made up of a group of islands in the St. Lawrence River, and forms part of the border between the USA and Canada. From one island to the next, you’ll find pretty villas, fishermen’s huts, vineyards and even incredible castles. If the park doesn’t offer transport to these, you can venture out in your own boat using the maps provided. The best option is to opt for one of the cruises departing from the surrounding towns: Rockport, Gananoque or Kingston.

How to travel to Canada

If you decide to take a road-trip in Canada, there are several means of transport available, depending on your budget. However, if you have an accident and have to go to hospital, you won’t necessarily be able to benefit from minimum coverage to cover your medical expenses. That’s why we encourage you to take out comprehensive insurance, so you don’t end up in a tricky situation. Ask us for a free quote!

The car

The advantage in Canada is that the international permit is optional. However, you must have your driving license, and you must also be over 21 years of age.

In addition, weather conditions often put roads to the test. Outside the main road networks, take care when driving.

What’s more, good citizenship is particularly important in Canada. You must respect pedestrians, as well as the famous yellow school buses: if they have their blinkers on, don’t you dare overtake them.

The car can represent an efficient and relatively economical means of locomotion compared to planes or trains. And even if you’re traveling long distances, you’ll still enjoy the scenery and have the freedom to stop in places you’d never have discovered otherwise! There are also a number of applications on the market that let you find out where the cheapest gas station is.

The train

The train is probably the most economical way to cover long distances, but also the longest. If taking your time isn’t a problem for you, we recommend subscribing to CanRailpass-Réseau. Over a 60-day period, it will enable you to make between 7 and 10 train journeys at a cost of $700 to $900.

The bus

Often underestimated, Greyhound lines are an excellent way to cover long distances while enjoying the scenery. Tickets are affordable and journeys are fast and direct. Some also offer toilet facilities and TV screens to ensure maximum comfort throughout your journey. You can also take buses from Orléans Express and Inter Car, or Coach Canada.

So, are you ready for adventure? All that’s left is to take out insurance for your road-trip!

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