World Travel Protection

Do you love travelling? Enhance the way you explore the world with NAVIGATE – a series of conversations with travel industry experts and experienced everyday adventurers. Each episode, our guests share their unique travel insights, experiences and advice, empowering you to tackle any potential challenges with confidence. Whether you’re currently abroad or eagerly awaiting your next trip, join our World Travel Protection hosts as they explore how to travel the world in the best – and the safest – way possible.

From Reactive to Proactive: How the Travel Industry has ChangedCommon travel safety mistakes | Security risk management expertEvacuating Afghanistan to escape from the Taliban | Conflict and international development expertTraveller Story Special | Medical Evacuation off the MatterhornMile High Medicine Part 2 | Fit to Fly with evacuation expertsMile High Medicine Part 1 | Doctors and Aircrew Managing Medical Emergencies on PlanesHow COVID Changes International Student Travel | Listen to Adult Learning and Student Travel ExpertsWhat is travel insurance and do you need it? | Cover-More Travel Insurance expertManaging overseas evacuations during COVID-19 - Part 2 | AMREF Flying DoctorsManaging overseas evacuations during COVID-19 - Part 1 | AMREF Flying DoctorsReflecting on one year of COVID - and what to expect of year two | Travel security expert Frank HarrisonHow COVID-19 changed international travel | Global security expert Rodger CookManaging international development programs throughout the pandemic | Global consultant Amy GildeaHow to manage your wellbeing and stress responses | Psychotherapist Charlotte CopelandUnderstanding how your body responds to stress | Psychotherapist Charlotte CopelandHow do journalists stay safe while chasing a story? | Media safety specialist Colin PereiraAcademic research in the tourism "death zone" | PhD research student Jase WilsonThe thrills, realities, and dangers of travelling the world | Waterskiing World Champion Jacinta CarrollCOVID-19 fraud risks to organisations and travellers | Crime expert Jim Gee