Airport Protests

7 February 2017 admin Comments Off on Airport Protests Travel Warnings

Please exercise caution when travelling to major airports around the US, in particular when travelling to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Protesters are still gathered at these places over President Trump’s immigration ban. Travel bans are still in place for Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Syria, Sudan, Libya and Yemen for the remainder of the 90 days. Other major airports […]

Urgent: Visa Waiver Program Currently not available to Seven Countries

30 January 2017 admin Comments Off on Urgent: Visa Waiver Program Currently not available to Seven Countries Travel Tips & Advice, Travel Warnings

Trump has faced resistance from Americans over his decision to ban refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries from travel into the United States. Essentially this is a suspension of the US Refugee Admission Program which lasts 120 days. The ban on Syrian Refugees is indefinite. President Trump has said the suspension is in place in order […]

California and Nevada Floods

10 January 2017 admin Comments Off on California and Nevada Floods Travel Warnings

Flooding in California and Nevada Evacuations are in process due to heavy rains and flooding rivers in California’s Wine making region and east of Nevada’s Lake Tahoe. North of San Francisco the Russian River in Sonoma County has overflowed from the rain. The rains have been caused by a weather system sending moisture from Hawaii […]

Ohio University put on Lock Down

30 November 2016 admin Comments Off on Ohio University put on Lock Down Travel Warnings

There has been an attack at Ohio State University leaving 11 hospitalized and the attacker killed. The assailant drove over a cub in his vehicle knocking over a bunch of pedestrians. He then got out of the car and started attempting to stab bystanders with a butcher’s knife. After attempts to get him to put […]


27 October 2016 admin Comments Off on Clowns Travel Warnings

The clown underworld has decided to put themselves in the spotlight for a while. There have been reports of people being randomly terrorized and intimidated by clowns in the street. Residents have captured creepy clown sightings on their phones across more than 20 states. The issue has even made it all the way to the […]

Charlotte, North Carolina

28 September 2016 admin Comments Off on Charlotte, North Carolina Travel Warnings

On 22 September a State of Emergency was declared in Charlotte, North Carolina following overnight looting and rioting. You should avoid locations where protests and demonstrations are taking place, observe any restrictions on movements and curfews set by local authorities. Stay vigilant and monitor the media for the latest developments. (see Safety and security).

Chelsea Bombings

21 September 2016 admin Comments Off on Chelsea Bombings Travel Warnings

After the recent Chelsea bombings last weekend the area was left in devastation and for that night the area went into absolute panic, however, the offender has been caught. Chelsea now seems to be safe to roam. Any other terrorist attack in the US is extremely unlikely and should not be of concern, even when […]

Hurricane Madeline

1 September 2016 admin Comments Off on Hurricane Madeline Travel Warnings

Hurricane Madeline is expected to impact the Island of Hawaii (the Big Island) from late 31 August. Hurricane Lester could pass by all islands in the Hawaiian archipelago over the long weekend of 2-5 September. You should anticipate high winds, strong rainfall and storm surges in coastal areas. Storm warnings have been issued for some […]

Natural Disasters

17 August 2016 admin Comments Off on Natural Disasters Travel Warnings

As a permanent warning, would like to advise that Alaska, California, Guam, Hawaii, Nevada, Northern Mariana Islands, Oklahoma, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Washington state and the US Virgin Islands are prone to earthquakes. If you would like to learn more about what to do before, during and after an earthquake, visit the Federal Emergency Management […]

Lousiana Floods

16 August 2016 admin Comments Off on Lousiana Floods Travel Warnings

The death toll for the Louisiana Flood of 2016 climbed to 11 Tuesday (Aug. 16) and eight more parishes were declared federal disaster areas. Roads are still closed across the state and at least 11,000 people were in shelters as of Tuesday morning after a slow-moving weather system dumped as much as two feet of rain in 48 […]