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.
How to train for mountaineering? While there’s no one-size-fits-all fitness training plan, there are some standards to stick to. Safe Travel Partner American Mountain Guide Association (AMGA) provides some valuable advice.
Hopefully, as a backcountry adventurer, you are already familiar with satellite phonesand know how to use them to activate rescue services. If not, Global Rescue Security Operations Manager Harding Bush provides a quick primer on setting up two-way communication.
From traveler’s diarrhea to an itchy rash to dental pain, we’ve all had (or heard) our fair share of travel horror stories. A recent Global Rescue survey confirms six common travel illnesses — and our experts explain how you can avoid them.
Perhaps the COVID test result was a false negative but world Traveler Donna Lamp-Helffrich didn’t want to get on another cruise without conducting her due diligence and completed an exam with a physician. She called Global Rescue. Here is her travel story.
Birding has experienced quite the boom in the last few years, taking flight among those who wish to seek out rare and unusual species in remote corners of the globe. A couple of our Safe Travel Partners and international birding experts share their essential tips for becoming a better birder.
Travel isn’t just about discovering a place but discovering yourself. And, according to Darnell Clayton,there’s no better means of self-discovery than journeying to theplace (or places) of his ancestral roots. Here’s his travel story that has led to a love affair with the African continent, plus a handful of his pro tips about how to get the most out of heritage travel.
You packed your over-the-counter and prescription medications for your international travel. But are they legal in your destination? Global Rescue experts suggest checking the regulations before your trip.