Perils of life-threatening travel in focus

Tuesday, June 27, 2023


The dreadful demises of five people on an expedition to witness the Titanic wreckage this week have given rise to dangers of life-threatening travel into focus.

However, notwithstanding the hazards, travelling to places like the South Pole, distant summits, shark infested seas and oceans and unknown space is becoming accepted than ever.

Adventure tourism is predictable to fetch over $1 trillion of income internationally by 2030, surging from
a predictable $316.6 billion last year, in line with the market research company Grand View Research.

With growing interest, the number of hunt and saving tasks would also go up, said Mikki Hastings, the
president of the National Association for Search and Rescue. He said that it doesn’t matter whether it is
space or the Mt. Everest, every person is worthy to be found or rescued.

The amount of companies targeting to alleviate the hazard and possible emergency prices of risky travel is beginning to increase. Some present saving and medical evacuation from distant places.

Others are coming up with new forms of coverage rules for activities like space travel.

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