What is malaria? What are the symptoms and how can it be treated? What you need to know before you travel.
With the number of lone wolf terror attacks on the rise across the world, it’s time to take your personal safety into your own hands with these practical tips on how to survive an attack.
From wearing camouflage clothing to kissing on a train, there are some pretty obscure laws out there that defy common sense.
We promised your mom we’d publish some Spring Break safety information, so wherever you’re headed to Mexico or the Caribbean and beyond – here are some safety tips you can actually use.
Prepare for and stay safe during an earthquake with these tips from an expert seismologist. Where to go and what to do after an earthquake.
You really want to go on a Contiki tour, but you think your parents will say "no". Get these ready-made arguments to convince them to let you go.
So your (not so) little one has announced they want to go traveling for the first time. You know you should let them go, but can’t bring yourself to do it…. Or can you?
It’s the questions we ask ourselves every time there’s another terror related incident. Should I cancel my trip? Is it safe to go? In this guest post one Nomad explains why she’s still travels.
Anxious to hit the slopes or the waves after your long flight? We asked 3-time US Men’s Olympic volleyball coach Gary Sato how elite athletes survive a long-haul flight so they are ready for the championship moment.
Should you be worried about getting Ebola? How likely is it to catch the virus on a plane, or from someone sneezing? Read the facts before you go and learn how to protect yourself from carriers.
We'd never say never travel to a location, but if you're heading to the Seven Kingdoms to play the game of thrones, you don't want to lose your head.