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The travel medical insurance premium depends on various factors. The two most important factors are: * the visitors age * the duration that the visitor is staying for Depending on these two factors, the monthly premium may start with as low as $3 per month for a limited plan, to $12,000 for a comprehensive plan. So, if you can provide us with some more information about the visitor, we will be in a better position to help you find quotes and information specific to your needs. You can also generate a quote yourself, here:Visitors Insurance: Get Quotes Just click on Get Quote after providing your age and travel dates. On the results page you will see various plans divided into two broad headings i.e. Limited Plans and Comprehensive Plans. If you are looking for better coverage, go for a comprehensive plan as the benefits are greater compared to limited plans. I hope the above mentioned information will be of some help to you. Please feel free to contact us if you have further questions.

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