I recently hired a tour guide to show me Bushmen art in South Africa. The guide was very knowledgeable and easy to get along with. After about 7 km of hiking, I fainted from a combination of heat-exhaustion and dehydration. I believe I was "out" for about a minute or so, before being "woken" by the guide. I simply couldn't continue with the hike, due to severe light-headiness, and I couldn't walk for any significant distance.
A decision was made between the two of us to initiate evacuation. Eventually a helicopter arrived. Other options (like a vehicle or a horse) were not possible due to the terrain.
The tour guide was calm and professional during the whole accident. He had connections to the rescue organizations, and knew what he was doing. He found a landing spot and waited there with toilet tissue acting as a wind-sock, while I continued to recover.
The question is this: When I review this tour operator, do I mention my medical emergency? - Please advise and justify your response.
I'm an introvert: my personality is not people-oriented. I don't want to make a mistake which unjustly hurts his business. In this past year, I have made a few horrible ethical blunders, hence I'm crowd-sourcing advice.
[The paramedic and his pilot met me in a standing position; they saw I wasn't in danger, and took in the sights of the rock-art. They did a detailed assessment of my condition and gave me an IV with fluids and salts. A decision was made to fly me to the nearest airfield. (The alternative would have been a hospital over 100km away.) There I was handed over to a waiting ground paramedic who took me to my accommodation. I have recovered fully from my accident, and am busy reviewing my trip from home.]