International health insurance Grenada
Find your international health insurance Grenada on this web site! First, your expatriate medical plan is available on a 1st € basis. In other words, that means fully private insurance. In the end, the cover is available on Top-Up to CFE.
By the way, get your quote online! Basically, Indigo Expat plan supports your expatriation in Grenada. In fact, it provides you with a comprehensive cover. Then, Indigo Expat plan also offers you great services 24/7.
⇒ Indigo Expat OnePack (CFE)
⇒ Indigo Expat WeCare (1st €)
International health insurance Grenada – zone of cover
First, Grenada belongs to the zone of cover 1. However you can select zone 2, 3 or 4 if it better fits with your needs. In conclusion, zones of cover are:
- 4 : China, Hong Kong, Taiwan + countries of Zones 3, 2, 1,
- 3 : Brazil, Singapore + countries of Zones 2, 1,
- 2 : South Africa, …/… + countries of Zone 1,
- 1 : Worldwide excluding countries listed in Zones 2 to 4.
Members are covered outside the zone of cover, in case of accident or unforeseen illness. In conclusion, this extension is available during 6 weeks max.
International health insurance Grenada for young expats
A solution dedicated to young expatriates is also available: Indigo Expat Junior. I.e. for those who are less than 30 years old. All conditions (incl. rates) are downloadable on this page.
Moncey comparators for your international health insurance in Grenada
At Moncey Assurances, we propose you the international health insurance which best meets your expectations. Indigo Expat plans are compared with other 1st class expatriate medical plans. At the end of the day, you have all data in your hands to make your decision.
Grenada is a sovereign state in the West Indies in the Caribbean Sea at the southern end of the Grenadines island chain.
Main cities: Saint-Georges, Gouyave, Grenville, Victoria, Saint David, Sauteurs, Hillsborough
Government: Unitary two party parliamentary constitutional monarchy
Currency: East Caribbean dollar (XCD)
Area: 348 km² (134 sq mi)
Official languages: English; recognised: Grenadian Creole, French
It’s not called the Spice Island for nothing – you really can smell the nutmeg in the air on Grenada. And it could be called the Fruit Island for the luscious bounty growing in the green hills.
Then again, it could be called the Beach Island for the plethora of idyllic sandy strands. We could go on…
Source: Wikipedia, Lonely planet
Pay attention to regulation for your international health insurance Grenada
Note that an expatriate medical plan does not free you from the local regulation. Therefore, pay attention and contribute to the local healthcare system when mandatory.