Author: WanderSafe HQ

For travelers, culture shock is definitely a "thing" in India. It's particularly hard on first-timers who arrive unprepared, but knowing a few India travel tips beforehand certainly helps. The first days on the ground in India are considered by many travelers to be the most challenging. Sensory overload combined with jetlag and the chaotic pace of urban life in India can be overwhelming. Don't despair! Although understanding...

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In this day and age, you can never keep yourself too safe as a woman, and personal safety devices are really worth looking into. It’s a fact of life that as far as personal safety is concerned, it’s better to be prepared than to be caught unawares! Most of the items listed below are classic “panic button” devices or apps that are concealed within a smartwatch...

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There’s practically no better way to discover the world (and yourself!) than by traveling solo. It’s the vacation of a lifetime, but for many, the thought of going stag in a foreign country is straight up intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be. Check out these tips for a trip that’s as safe as it is rewarding! Learn emergency phrases in the local language While you may have...

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Black-maned lions framed against Kalahari dunes; powdery beaches lapped by two oceans; star-studded desert skies; jagged, lush mountains – South Africa is a country of astounding diversity. Although South Africa is relatively safe, crime has become a serious problem in this country for both, travelers and locals but with some necessary precautions, you can significantly reduce the possibility of it affecting your holiday. These are a few...

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Traveling can be a rather stress-free and delightfully self-indulgent experience for solo travelers. You may spend the entire day doing nothing, but lingering in a museum or café hopping. You may hire a guide to visit some of the most remote ruins in the world or loll on a gorgeous pristine beach. Furthermore, you may opt to join a gang of like-minded strangers for an...

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Apple is trying to get more people to use Apple Maps and you're gonna love the new improvements! Despite being available on every Apple device, Maps has never quite garnered the popularity of Google Maps or CityMapper. So developers are rebuilding the app from the ground up. The new Apple Maps, debuting later this year, will be faster to respond to roadblocks and delays, whether users are...

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The Canadian government is warning travelers to avoid non-essential travel to Haiti due to recent civil unrest throughout the country. Widespread violence broke out across the capital of Port-au-Prince and in the northern city of Cap-Haitien following the announcement of an increase in gas prices. The Haitian government suspended a planned fuel hike on Saturday after originally saying the country needed to raise prices to help balance...

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Hurricane Beryl became the first hurricane of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season Friday morning after gaining strength overnight. The path of the relatively tiny Hurricane Beryl is currently tracking westwards through the Atlantic in the general direction of Puerto Rico. Hurricane #Beryl Advisory 4: Tiny Beryl Becomes the First Hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season. https://t.co/VqHn0uj6EM — NHC Atlantic Ops (@NHC_Atlantic) July 6, 2018 The National Hurricane Center...

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