Veterans Adventure Group is a partner with Global Rescue to offer the world’s leading travel protection services. Medical and security emergencies happen. When they do, we rely on Global Rescue to provide our clients with medical, security, travel risk, and crisis response services.
By purchasing your Global Rescue Membership through our direct link HERE, you will be supporting Veterans Adventure Group. Each membership purchased through the partner portal will give Veterans Adventure Group a 10% donation. All the same benefits and services of the insurance you need, while also supporting the nonprofit!
No. Travel insurance provides financial reimbursement for trip interruption and medical insurance coverage typically for a single trip. Global Rescue’s membership provides emergency field rescue, medical evacuation and transport, and medical advisory services at no additional cost.
There is no additional charge for service. No claims to file, no deductible or copay, and no reimbursement to request when you use Global Rescue’s services. But travel insurance is the perfect add-on to a Global Rescue membership. That’s why we work with third-party travel insurance providers, so members can get everything (our membership and travel insurance) in one fell swoop for the ultimate travel safety net.
No. While Global Rescue provides a wide variety of emergency services, it also provides services for non-emergency situations such as 24/7/365 medical advisory services, visa and passport issues, translation, legal locators, and real-time event alerts. Read more on Global Rescue's services HERE.
No. Unlike other providers, Global Rescue memberships do not exclude or restrict adventure activities, whether scuba diving, skydiving, heli-skiing, BASE jumping and beyond.
No, however, members who plan to travel above 15,000 feet (4,600 meters) at any point during their trip, excluding airplane travel, must purchase a High-Altitude Evacuation Package before experiencing an illness or injury during any high-altitude trip. Rescues above 15,000 feet are available on a fee-for-service basis if the member does not have a High-Altitude Evacuation Package.
Members who require evacuation beyond the maximum elevation of rescue helicopters (about 23,000 feet/7,010 meters), will be transported via ground resources until they’re below a safe elevation reachable by airborne transport, if necessary.