Read about Global Rescue’s most dramatic operations, hear from some of our 1 million members (and counting), and get helpful advice on subjects like traveling safely, what to do in an emergency, and the best (and worst) places to take your next adventure.
Global Rescue members —the world’s most experienced travelers — have definite ideas about their travel and are forging ahead with their plans. Here’s a roundup of the results from the Global Rescue Summer 2022 Traveler Safety and Sentiment Survey.
You’re out in the backcountry, enjoying your time off the grid. But an emergency occurs and you need to use your two-way communications device to contact Global Rescue. What do you say? Harding Bush, operations manager at Global Rescue, outlines the information rescue professionals need.
Global Rescue has answered the needs of travelers at home and abroad without any disruption of service since 2004. In a typical 30-day period, Global Rescue executes hundreds of operations in dozens of countries and principalities. Below are highlights from some of our most recent operations in various locations.
Japan has been slow to open to tourism. In June, Japan eased its borders only for foreign tourists on guided package tours who are were willing to follow COVID testing and quarantine requirements. Then Japan only accepted tourists who have used a travel agency to plan a visit. Starting October 11, individual tourists may visit Japan -- and tourists with U.S. passports no longer need a visa to stay up to three months.
The world is more complicated than ever. The risks of travel seem bigger and more likely. Global Rescue can help your business navigate this new terrain of travel risk to keep your employees safe, protect your reputation, and meet your bottom line.