There is a vibrant gay community and culture across the US but are all places LGBTQ friendly? Our expert Ed Salvato from Man About World shares his advice to help you plan your trip.
If you're planning to get out into wilderness areas while traveling in the US, it's worth protecting yourself from all things bitey rather than spend part of your trip writhing in pain or scratching yourself silly.
Black bears, brown bears and polar bears inhabit the United States. An encounter with one of these creatures rarely ends in conflict or death, but it pays to be prepared. Here's how you can stay safe.
Find out the areas to be more careful in, and tips to stay safe while traveling around San Francisco.
Los Angeles – worried about the freeways, concerned you’ll find yourself in the middle of a Bloods and Crips battle? Is it safe? Have all your questions answered right here.
So you’re going to visit Portland. Here’s everything you need to know about crime and places to avoid… and how to not annoy the locals. Oh, there’s a fire-breathing bagpipe in here too.
Our insider Zoe shares her tips on scams, subway safety, crowd control, drink spiking and more.
Hawaii has loads of activities to suit all adventure seekers. Found out how you can do it safely while you travel with World Nomads.
New Orleans is not known for being a particularly safe city. But what’s the true situation, is there a lot of hype, or should you be particularly concerned? World Nomads’ Jesse Perez breaks it down.
Like anywhere, America has some bad cities. These dangerous cities span the U.S., covering both coasts, the north and the Midwest, and while some are places no tourist would want to touch with a 10-foot pole, others sit very near to ideal locales.