Health care in Oman is generally good however mosquito borne diseases and the heat are health hazards travelers need to consider while traveling in this gulf country.
Several government travel advisories have placed Yemen under a "Do Not Travel" warning.
Intercity highways in the UAE have unmarked speed bumps, shifting sands and sometimes, camels. Find out how to not collide with a camel with this guide to driving in the UAE.
Sharia law oversees a lot of areas in UAE society from photography, religion, and public displays of affection. Find out how to stay out of trouble.
There are some laws in Jordan that may seem strange to visitors. As weird as they may seem, you have to follow them or risk imprisonment or deportation.
Don't end up in a demolition derby! This World Nomads guide will show you how and when to travel safely in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia is governed by strict Islamic law but the country and its people are welcoming and hospitable. Find out what you need to know to have a safe and trouble free trip.
Like all countries, Saudi Arabia is not without its own crime and terrorism challenges. But this guide by World Nomads will assist you in staying alert and safe.
If it has somehow escaped your attention, the UAE legal system is largely determined by Sharia law, and Sharia law prohibits alcohol. So, can you get a drink while visiting UAE?
Despite Cyprus' ongoing political conflict between Greek and Turkish Cypriots, which has raged on for decades, the country remains relatively peaceful and crime free. In fact, it is known as one of the safest places in all of the Mediterranean.
The island of Cyprus is known as a jewel of the Mediterranean, but it is also plagued by a history of bitter conflict between Turkey and Greece. Both these countries have sought to lay claim to the island, and with no clear result.