This List of Most Secure Countries Visited 2018
Everyone will want to feel safe and fun when travelingke somewhere. However, we never know how the security conditions where we are headed. Tourists often travel around the world without knowing the security risks of a country first.
When experiencing an incident in the destination country, they are aware of a security threat.
Based on a report from The Ipsos Mori Business Resilience Trends Watch 2018, 63% of travelers perceive an increased risk of danger in tourism activities. The report covers three major security aspects, namely health threats, security threats and the threat of traffic accidents.
Below is a map of the spread of danger threats across the country.
By 2018, countries with very high risk of health threat are North Korea, Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Nigeria, Liberia, Bangui and some other African countries.
The African continent has the most countries with high health risks, with only five countries with moderate threats: Morocco, Senegal, Western Sahara, Tunisia and Egypt.
In the Asian continent, 11 countries are categorized as having high health threats, such as Mongolia, Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
When viewed in terms of security threats, some countries with the most extreme threat levels include Afghanistan, Yemen, Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Mali and other African countries.
While the threats in the traffic accident sector are most prevalent in Thailand, Kazakhstan, Iran, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Madagascar, Nigeria, and almost all countries in the African continent.
In contrast, countries such as Canada, Iceland, Japan, Australia, France, Britain, Germany, Denmark and some other European countries have the lowest levels of traffic accidents.
Based on the above data, it can be seen that the African continent does have the highest threat level of danger. But of course, wherever tourists travel travel safety should still take precedence.