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.
Global Rescue operations paramedic Grant Seivard recently returned from the remote Mentawais islands in Indonesia, accompanying a group of the world’s most elite surfers and some junior talent. We chatted with him briefly about his trip:
Are your students safe when they study abroad? According to an article in USA Today, programs are not doing nearly enough to mitigate the many risks facing college students who enroll in study abroad programs.
Suffering a stroke anywhere is a life threatening experience, but when it happens at 10,000 feet in a desolate corner of East Africa, it becomes that much more frightening. One of our members was hunting there a few weeks ago, in the mountains of Ethiopia, when his wife and his professional hunting guide noticed that his speech was slurred.
The rising bloodshed has prompted emergency evacuation company Global Rescue to offer some peace of mind when their members travel to Egypt and other countries where terrorist attacks are a perennial risk.