This is a link to the online Lonely Planet travel guide about Libya. The travel information about Libya on their site is organized in the same manner as the Lonely Planet books, but do not expect the same indepth information. For that you will have to buy the book. This online destination guide offers the following information about Libya: Weather, Health & Safety, Time & Place, Crossing Borders, People & Society and Culture & History. They also offer a set travel links to continue your exploration of this country.
Wikitravel is an excellent user generated travel guide supervised by administrators. On the Libya travel page you will find the following travel topics: regions, cities, entry requirements, getting out, languages, eating, drinking and sleeping, learn about Libya, health and safety, respect and contact. Information on site is mostly updated. However, we suggest you always check the travel advice from your own government first, before leaving your country.
WTG has many travel guides about all countries in the world. The guide about Libya provides information and articles for tourists. On the left the guides are sorted by theme. The menu on the right side provides the table of contents for Libya: overview, adresses, money, duty free, public holidays, accommodation, going out, map, images and more. You can also create a miniguide that you can print.
This guide about Libya is made by travelers for other travelers and tourists. You can edit this World66 guide by clicking on the  button. The Libya guide covers the following travel themes: general travel information, map, history, practical info, economy, health, people, books and a photo gallery.
Here you will find a nice online travel guide about Libya. WordTravels guides provide information about the following topics: introduction, facts, health, contact, airports, map, weather, currency, visa, photos and flights. There are separate pages for activities, regions and cities in Libya, activities and travel reviews.
Here you will find simple guides of the following cities: Benghazi, Sabratha and Tripoli. All mini-guides offer information about the history and culture of the cities. There's also a photo gallery for every city.