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Travel Insurance, Yay or Nay?

Updated: Jun 9, 2021

Anytime I take a trip, I sign up with Global+Rescue. The benefits far outweigh the membership price and the peace of mind knowing that an experienced team has my back is priceless.

Who is Global Rescue + and why should you choose their Travel Insurance?

A great hiking trip shouldn’t involve stress and worry if something goes wrong.

Since 2004, Global Rescue has been the worldwide leader in field rescue, evacuation, security extraction, and virtual health services.

Global Rescue Members have access to:

Best-in-class Medical and Security Advisory Services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Industry-leading Field Rescue Services, evacuation, and extraction services available to you anytime, anywhere more than 100 miles from your home.

Destination Reports and Real-time Event Monitoring via the MyGlobalRescue Mobile App†, including Two-way in­-app communications, geo-located check-ins, and immediate access to emergency assistance. Available for iOS (v.5 and above) and Android (v.4.4 and above) at the App Store and Google Play.

Medical and security emergencies happen. When they do, we rely on Global Rescue, the world's leading membership organization providing integrated medical, security, travel risk and crisis response services to our travelers worldwide. Without a Global Rescue membership, an emergency evacuation could cost you more than $100,000. That's why over 1 million members trust Global Rescue to get them home when the worst happens. Don't travel without Global Rescue.

Memberships start at $119


Medical Consultation services 24/7/365 with critical care paramedics, nurses and physicians, and an exclusive relationship with the Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine Division of Special Operations

Field Rescue from the point of illness or injury for any serious medical emergency

Evacuation back to the member's home hospital of choice

Security Extraction from natural disasters, terror attacks and civil unrest

Travel Intelligence and event monitoring from our team of in-house analysts

GPS Tracking & Communication through our mobile app.


According to The Manual, since 2008, New Hampshire has billed for scores of SAR operations to the tune of more than $100,000. Likewise, in Utah’s Grand County — home to some of the busiest national parks, including Arches National Park, Moab, and Canyonlands National Park — they routinely spend more than $200,000 every year on search and rescue services. That’s an impossible burden to place on the county’s meager population of just 9,500. Consequently, it began charging for some — though not all — SAR missions.

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