At the WYSE Travel Confederation conference 2017 in Montreal World Nomads' Footprints Network was recognised as the best of the year.
Some extreme sports are covered in some circumstances. Outside Online writes about a World Nomads Base jumper
After a dreadful series of terror attacks the New York Times investigated insurance coverage for this summer's travelers.
At then opening of the 2016 hurricane season Oyster.com checked in with World Nomads to ask "is it safe to travel to Mexico?"
Ahead of the US summer travel season the prestigious USNews looks at the ins and outs of buying travel insurance.
It's just a bit of fun, but World Nomads' launch of a hotline for the homesick traveler got major coverage.
The holiday season is already hectic, but throw in some travel and things can just get a bit more complicated. World Nomads adds some tips to easy holiday travel.
Financial website MoneyGeek.com uses World Nomads expert for top travel safety tips for the savvy traveler.
CNN looks at the implications of the US laptop ban for airlines coming from certain Middle Eastern countries, and World Nomads travel insurance comes up favourably.
Nearly two-thirds of travelers today are women. Why and what does it mean for travel?
Following the arrest of an alleged drug mule at Bogota airport, World Nomads comments on the reasons why Colombians don't like drug tourism.
The launch of the World Nomads Relative Distance competition piqued the interest of the adventure travel media, and others. Check out the reports here.
World Nomads continues to be recognised for the calibre of work it does in the digital space with an award from the Web Marketing Association for Best Online Campaign (financial services).
What's happened with the Zika virus, is it still a problem? Read this update on latest developments and which countries are affected.