Find out how safe Tunisia is for women traveling alone, from what to wear to local customs and etiquette, here's everything solo female travelers need to know.
Just how safe is Tunisia for travelers? Sarah Woods answers all our common questions about crime, etiquette and safety for families and LGBTQ+ visitors.
Perhaps the most dangerous part of Egypt is the border regions. From Israel and Palestine in the east to Libya in the west and Sudan in the south, this is what you need to know.
When traveling to any foreign country, especially if you're a woman traveling alone, crime can pose a risk to your safety. Learn how to stay safe while traveling solo in Egypt.
Egypt's Red Sea is ideal for scuba diving and snorkeling. But is it safe? Find out how to swim and dive safely in the Red Sea.
Egypt has so much to see and do, but distances between sights can be far away. Here's how to get around safely on your trip.
Algeria is a large country so traveling between places can take some time. Public transport options for travelers can be limited and self-driving can be a bit tricky.
Morocco's markets are a colorful, and often confusing, maze of alleys, shops, and craftspeople. Here's how to navigate them safely.
Traveling to Algeria? What you need to know about terrorism, local laws, crime and civil unrest before you go. Plus, tips to stay safe.
Part folklore, part reality, Morocco has a reputation for shysters, scammers and petty thieves. Find out what to avoid, how to abide by the law and stay safe while traveling
Though most Moroccans are friendly and helpful to travelers, there's a minority who will take advantage. From fake souvenirs to dodgy guides, here's what you should know.