New Zealand is prone to some natural disasters, namely earthquakes. Find out what to do when danger strikes on your adventure.
Nauru is the world's smallest independent republic. It takes less than an hour to drive round the island. It has no tourist industry to speak of - most visitors these days are politicians, aid workers or diplomats.
The Federated States of Micronesia is actually four totally separate states, Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk and Yap, each with completely different cultures, things to see and levels of safety and security for travellers.
Australia is enormous, be prepared before you set off to drive in remote areas with our top road trip tips.
Staying safe at Australian beaches is as easy as following some basic rules. Here are our tips for having fun in the ocean.
Kiribati's location puts it in the path of numerous types of natural disasters. First, it sits in an area of extreme seismic activity that experiences earthquakes underwater. This movement can produce another disaster: tsunamis.
Tropical islands, crystal clear waters and coups.. Fiji, while beautiful has also had periods of political instability. World Nomads gives you the info you need to stay safe should a coup occur while travelling in Fiji.
While Fiji's tropical location makes it an ideal holiday destination, it is also a prime spot for cyclones especially during summer. Here's some tips to help you to stay safe should you get caught in one in Fiji from World Nomads.
Can I drink the water in Fiji? What vaccinations do I need? Here are some handy tips to help stay healthy while traveling in this Pacific Island nation.
Experiencing the marine life below the ocean surface is usually high on a lot of people's lists when they travel to Fiji. But it is important to enjoy it all safely and not risk potential injury or illness. World Nomads gives you some important safety tips for scuba diving and snorkelling in Fiji.
The Kokada Trail, best known as the scene of some of the most bitter fighting between Australian and Japanese forces in World War II (1942) is today, one of the most popular recreational treks in PNG.