So how do you travel around a country that is on its knees? The answer is not easily. Public transport and infrastructure basically left when the Belgians did decades ago.
Crime is a way of life in the DRC. With most normal facets of life collapsing on a regular basis, many people have turned to crime. Travellers need to pay close attention when they are entering the country and when moving across DRC's enormous interior.
Comoros or Cloud Coup Coup Land as it is sometimes known has a history of unstable politics and multiple coups, thus its nickname!
Medical facilities in Chad are poor. Hospitals in N'Djamena are sometimes affected by strikes by Government workers. You need to keep in mind the possibility that medical services, stretched at the best of times, may be even less responsive than usual.
A stunning island archipelago where lush green jungle meets crystal blue water but this beauty comes a price tag. Here is some essential information on immigration and money to make your trip to the Seychelles that one step closer with World Nomads.
If you view pirates as the type characterized by Johnny Depp and friends in "Pirates of the Caribbean", you'll get a reality check in Seychelles.
Angola carries a number of illnesses common all throughout Africa. Diseases can pose a problem for travelers so here's our tips to stay healthy while traveling in the country.
If you're looking for a crime-free trip, you're coming to the wrong place. While you can definitely minimize your chances of becoming a victim, crimes of various kinds run rampant through Angola.
Political tensions and violent incidents can cause issues for travelers who are simply trying to get around. Here's what you need to know.
As a developing nation, Kenya still has its issues with crime, but the experiences this country has to offer outweigh the negatives. Find out how to enjoy it all safely with these travel tips.