Concerned about the safety of your holiday vacation destination?
InternationalSOS ranks the safety of countries around the world based on security, medical care, and road risks.
The study finds that travelers visiting Europe, the USA, Japan, South Korea, Canada, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand have the lowest chance of catching a disease.
In terms of personal security, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Slovenia, Greenland, and Finland are safest. War-torn nations like Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Syria, and Sudan are considered high-risk.
The most dangerous roads can be found in Vietnam, Venezuela, Belize, Saudi Arabia, the Dominican Republic, South Africa and Thailand.
The safest driving conditions are in the UK, most of Europe, New Zealand, Australia, and Japan. The U.S. did not make the top 5.
Click on the interactive map here.
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