A roundup of developments that could affect travel safety in June, including political tensions, hurricanes and monsoons.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintThere are numerous events, trends and weather patterns that could affect world travel in March. Many parts of the world mark the beginning of Spring with events like Nowruz and Holi. Mardi Gras and carnivals are also imminent.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintThere’s trouble in Africa’s biggest countries. Latin America faces a crisis in Venezuela. Millions of people are also set to mark Chinese New Year putting significant pressure on many East Asian travel hubs.
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintPlease find below a travel safety calendar for the upcoming month. August is a busy time of year for travel, but there are a number of issues to be aware of before you set out. As well as wildfires
A roundup of some of the trends, events and holidays which could affect travel plans in February.
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
Share this…TwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintWe have dozens of users sharing advice, news articles, alerts and other helpful updates on safety around the world. Did you know that you can also ‘verify’ these updates by clicking the tick icon on these comments?
Find out which security and political risk trends are set to affect key countries around the world in August. Elections in Kenya, peace talks in Colombia and tensions in Israel are some of several issues which could have an impact on travel safety this month.
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.