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.
There’s nothing worse than researching, planning and purchasing your dream trip— then spending most of your time in the bathroom with traveler’s diarrhea. It’s not uncommon. After all, traveler’s diarrhea is the number one trip killer worldwide.
Dehydration can happen at high altitudes, in cold weather climates and during travel.It can also lead to heat exhaustion and heat stroke, a life-threatening condition. If you are a traveler or an adventurer, it’s important to know how to stay hydrated and how to recognize dehydration symptoms.
When is a good time to call Global Rescue? Anytime, as David Lane discovered during a five-day hike in the Dolomite Mountains in Italy. Here is his travel story and how our emergency medical assistance saved the day.
A few seemingly weird things that are illegal in parts of the world: camo attire in the Caribbean, chewing gum in Singapore, swearing in public in the U.A.E.It’s true:All are banned in the aforementioned countries…and some punishable with jail time. A Global Rescue security expert fills us in on a handful of unusual laws and illegal items so you are in the know before you go.
After three years of show-stopping, re-orienting global events, companies have zeroed in on risk management in an effort to protect employees and preserve business in a time of sustained uncertainty. Here are the four crucial policies every risk manager needs.
You may know Ed Viesturs and Kristin Harila by their climbing achievements, but do you know their most important piece of equipment? Safety tips they live by? Their favorite mountain snacks? Global Rescue asked these questions — and more.
What are the benefits of a museum visit? Whether it’s a science center, art museum, children’s museum or historical society, travelers are immersed in local history, culture, art or nature. You’ll be educated, entertained and inspired about the country you are visiting.
Traversing the Greenland icesheet is not for the faint of heart, but Ada Myhren, a top tier athlete from Norway, was ready. Then the unexpected happened, resulting in a call to Global Rescue. Read her travel story.
An unexpected emergency, such as a natural disaster or civil unrest, during your trip could mean you need a survival kit. Global Rescue travel experts break down the gear you might need in various situations.
What type of family vacation is trending this year? The edu-vacation: travel experiences with an educational bent.We asked our Safe Travel Partners for destination ideas for the ultimate educational vacation.