Articles Tagged ‘travel insurance’

Are You the World’s Worst Traveler?

Are You the World’s Worst Traveler? December 23, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Are you a bad traveler? Maybe during some debaucherous weekend to Vegas you got married and arrested, or another time a cab driver in New Jersey ripped you off of $500. Whatever your travel misfortunes have been, those same misfortunes might actually now be the best thing that’s ever happened...

NileGuide 5 with Chris Noble of WorldNomads.com

NileGuide 5 with Chris Noble of WorldNomads.com July 15, 2010 | NileGuide 5 | Read More
Chris Noble is the General Manager of WorldNomads.com, a leading global travel insurance company and a co-founder of The Footprints Network, an alliance of e-commerce businesses funding community poverty alleviation around the world. Chris and his team have combined their love of travel, marketing,...

Summer of Ash: Volcano Trouble Could Last All Summer

Summer of Ash: Volcano Trouble Could Last All Summer May 7, 2010 | Europe, Travel News, Travel Tips | Read More
After clouds of volcanic ash from Iceland closed airports in Ireland and Scotland earlier this week, aviation authorities are warning that disruptions could continue throughout summer.  A spokesman for the UK’s Civil Aviation Administration had mixed news for travelers, saying: “There is...

Insurance Required for Visitors to Cuba

Insurance Required for Visitors to Cuba May 5, 2010 | Travel News, Travel Tips | Read More
Americans can visit Cuba and even spend U.S. dollars, they just can’t do it legally, instead visiting a neutral country before ending up in the Caribbean nation 90 miles off the coast of Florida. Now, they along with other visitors to one of the last bastions of Communism will need to have proof...

Pain In The Ash: Flights Resume But Costs, Concerns Remain

Pain In The Ash: Flights Resume But Costs, Concerns Remain April 22, 2010 | Travel News, UK | Read More
First the good news: after a six-day shutdown, airports across Europe began reopening Wednesday, and the airspace over most of the United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Ireland, Sweden and Germany was open again.  Some of the bad news: there’s still a six-day backlog to deal with, the economic...

Safe Travels – Know Before You Go

Safe Travels – Know Before You Go December 9, 2008 | Travel Safety | Read More
In this holiday season, we’re all used to getting a parting “Safe Travels!” message from friends and family as we head home after visiting Aunt Margaret in Baltimore or Uncle Fred in Philadelphia. However, especially for those taking advantage of the holiday business shutdown to squeeze...