Libya - Do Not Travel Warning
Warning: this destination is considered very risky and many governments advise their citizens not to travel there under any circumstances.
Warnings against travel to a country or region issued by the US Department of State, theUK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs are particularly useful and you should take serious notice of them.
Travel to this destination against government advice has implications for your travel insurance and you should read and understand your policy documents thoroughly if you are considering travel to this destination.
If you go anyway and get into trouble, it may be impossible for your insurer to provide emergency assistance, and consular officials from your own country may be severely limited in the assistance they can give. So don’t go, pick somewhere else... Please.
Author: Phil Sylvester
Tens of thousands of people in Libya are waiting to cross the border into Tunisia, after clashes between Libyan Mercenary Forces and protesters left hundreds dead. Libyans frustrated by the rule of de-facto leader Muammar Gaddafi have followed in ... read more »
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