The US State Department issued a safety warning for travelers to the islands of the Bahamas. Here’s what to know before you go!
This article originally appeared on news.com.au “BLACK-MANED lions framed against Kalahari dunes; powdery beaches lapped by two oceans; star-studded desert skies; jagged, lush mountains — this truly is a country of astounding diversity. It’s where natural meets shine.” This is how Lonely Planet describes South Africa, a gem that’s high up on the bucket lists of […]
Japan advised more than a million people to evacuate their homes Tuesday and canceled hundreds of flights as the west coast was hit with high winds and heavy rain in what was described as the worst typhoon in 25 years. Typhoon Jebi, whose name means swallow in Korean, is the latest spate of record-breaking, deadly […]
As a study abroad student or solo traveler, your pre-trip preparation is a key element in ensuring your trip is enjoyable and productive. Once the airfare is booked and hotel or lodging sorted, next comes the heavy lifting. One of the first steps in your journey should be preparing for the financial resources of your […]
While traveling off-season can often mean getting lower prices and enjoying popular hotspots without the crowds, in some destinations it can put you at risk of coming into contact with a hurricane. Knowing how to best avoid putting yourself in this situation — and what to do if you end up in a hurricane anyway […]
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 […]
Studying Abroad in Asia and tempted to weekend in the Philippines? Here is a compiled list of high risk locations off the table for Study Abroad students.