A roundup of developments that could affect travel safety in September, including elections, protests and extreme weather.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintWe are only two weeks into the new year and already thousands of people around the world have faced disasters, criminality, political unrest and subsequent travel disruption. Sudden mudslides swept away homes in California earlier this week while huge
Which countries around the world are most vulnerable to natural disasters and their effects?
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintWe opened up our country reports for everyone to view in August for a three-month experiment. We are very pleased to say that since then, we have had tens of thousands of website visits. Thank you to everyone who
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A forecast of travel risk issues over the month of November.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintFind out what to expect around the world this July with the following updates and analysis. You can also register with our site for free and see country-specific analysis as well as travel tips left by other users. The
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintTropical cyclones (hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones) are major storms that can wreak havoc, inflict casualties, ruin infrastructure and severely disrupt travel.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintWhile corruption can be a major problem for travellers in many parts of the world, several countries and sub-sovereign territories are deemed to have low or fairly low rates of corruption and should be recognised as such.