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The latest travel alerts and warnings for ChileBy Jesse Perez, Travel Insights Editor Chile featured, main-featured
Travel Alert Chile: 8.3 magnitude earthquake hits central Chile, tsunami warnings issued. Read now!
Author: Jesse Perez
Germany's Oktoberfest - World Nomads Style!By Phil Sylvester, Travel Insights Editor Germany main-featured
So you're going to Munich for Oktoberfest? Here are our tips and tricks for surviving the world's biggest fair.
First of all: Munich, Germany, in October, right? Wrong.
It kicks off on September 19th. Now you need to know which beer hall is the best for you, when's the best time to go, and how not to be a bierleiche - a what? Read on...
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Trekking in Nepal after the 2015 earthquake. is it safe? Which treks are open, and more importantly will World Nomads cover me if there's another quake? Get the details here.
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Question:I will be travelling to Australia for a year long working holiday. What are the top tips you'd recommend for staying safe?
Despite its reputation as a dangerous place, Australia is pretty benign. Its a modern, westernised country with big(ish) cities. So, all the usual dangers apply - bein...Read full answer »
Question:Is the MERS in South Korea a real danger for a traveler?
No, don't change plans. MERS is not that easy to transmit, person-to-person infection rates are low. It seems that the South Korean habit of lots of family members sta...Read full answer »
Question:anyone traveling to Nepal in September ?
I wish. Just make sure you're covered by your travel insurance. http://service.worldnomads.com/customer/portal/articles/2027929-nepal-earthquake-2015-%E2%80%93-are-you...Read full answer »
Question:am travelling to manila,but it's my first time ever,am scared...seriously. please advice me on my stay in that country
Take adeep breath... read tbis: https://www.worldnomads.com/travel-safety/philippines/ You'll be fine.;
Question:Is it safe to travel Jordon
Other than areas bordering Syria and Iraq, it's generally safe. Check out our travel smarter advice: https://www.worldnomads.com/travel-safety/jordan/;
Question:What is the safest information to put on luggage tags
A cell number and a name should be enough (one you're carrying with you), not the home number for the burglary reasons you outlined. You sound like a pretty hopeless t...Read full answer »
Question:How easy is it for an American to drive in Scotland? Wrong side of the road and stick shift.
The reverse is true for me Barbara, Aussies drive on the same side as the Scots. I've driven on the (my) wrong side in Italy, France, Netherlands, US, Finland and a co...Read full answer »
Question:Is it safe in Qatar
As long as you're sensible - it sure is. Check out our travel smart advice: https://www.worldnomads.com/travel-safety/united-arab-emirates/;