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What to do in the wake of the Paris terror attacksBy Phil Sylvester, Travel Insights Editor France main-featured
Travel into and out of France has been restricted in the immediate aftermath of co-ordinated terror attacks in Paris.
Read this advice from World Nomads on what to do, how to stay safe, and what action to take if your travel plans have been affected.
Author: Phil Sylvester
Trekking in Nepal post earthquake: is it safe?By Phil Sylvester, Travel Insights Editor Nepal main-featured
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.
Author: Phil Sylvester
How to Stay Safe in Rio: The World Nomad's PerspectiveBy Phil Sylvester, Travel Insights Editor Brazil main-featured
Rio de Janeiro is a city defined by its division. The gaudy wealth of Ipanema and Copacabana are juxtaposed with the crowded poverty of the favelas. The landscape, squashing the city between the mountains and the surf, only brings this into tighter focus, often resulting in the violent clashes and crimes that have earned Rio a reputation. But how dangerous is Rio? Read more...
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Question:Can anybody recommend the trip to ciudad perdida? What is your experience about it?
Haven't been, but we did get some facts and stats and travel tips for those who want to go. Check them out: http://www.worldnomads.com/travel-safety/colombia/colombia-...Read full answer »
Question:Are there ATMS in Cambodia and do they link to Australia banks?
Yes and yes. They might be a bit harder to locate in rural areas but in Phnom Penh there are plenty. Only problem - they have hefty fees. $5 a transaction - ouch! Take...Read full answer »
Question:Safe? Traveling with girlfriend?
In the hotels and resorts there'll be no problems, but if you're visiting Stone Town or other off-resort destinations it is prudent to observe local customs, and at le...Read full answer »
Question:I am a female planning on Backpacking throughout Thailand alone. Is there any advice, tips, or places not to go? Safety?
Briahna,everything you need to know is in our Thailand Survival Guide. Go get it here: http://www.worldnomads.com/guides/thailand-survival-guide Thailand is awesome!;
Question:Travelling from England to bruge by ferry on Friday is it safe
Tracey, Bruges is a generally very safe tourist destination in Belgium. Given what happened in Paris this week, it's impossible to say anywhere is perfectly safe, but ...Read full answer »
Question:is maldive expensive ?? my budget is 50000INR per person . i m planning to spend honey,oom times over there //
It is deliberately expensive on the island resorts - it was a strategy to keep hippies and "undesirables" away in the 1970's. More recently though the government has a...Read full answer »
Question:What are the best things to do in Sayulita Mexico?
Funny you should ask Jen Next week I'm publishing a World Nomads guide to Sayulita. Give me a few days and I'll have it live at www.worldnomads.com/travel-safety/mexi...Read full answer »
Question:Hello,I have a question, being an Arab planning a trip with my friends to Europe. Following the terrible events in France (My sincerest cond
Sad, acts of terrorism are by their nature unpredictable. No-one can tell you it's safe or dangerous. No-one can tell you if, when or where another attack will strike....Read full answer »