Are you worried about your safety when you’re considering a place to travel to? The US Department of State issues travel advisories that can assist with making a good travel choice in 2019. Here are 10 of the safest countries in the world you should consider travelling to in 2019.
Zambia is home to Victoria Falls, one of the largest and most spectacular waterfalls in the world. Here you can see lions and zebras of the second-largest wildebeest migration in Africa.
Slovenia is considered the 7th safest country in the world by the GPI’s standards. Here you can see the banks of shamrock-colored rivers or go biking, rowing or hiking in the alps.
You will feel safer in Japan than most places. With its exquisite food, unspoiled nature, and a tangible sense of well-being, it’s one of the safest cities in the world.
New Zealand is considered the 2nd safest country in the world by the GPI’s standards, where you can focus all your energy on the subtropical, volcanic and glacial landscapes like none other.
Not only is Norway beautiful, here you have an instant sense of city while roaming the downtown streets or the remote Svalbard Islands.
Chile is ranked as the safest country in Latin America. It has beautiful beaches, lakes and volcanoes with a vibrant cosmopolitan that can be safely explored.
With beautiful gardens and cobblestone streets, castles and in the Alpine mountains, castles, Austria is magical and is considered the 4th safest country in the world by the GPI’s standards.
With very low crime rates, Singapore also has breathtaking architecture and flourishing gardens that live in perfect harmony in its culturally diverse metropolis.
Costa Rica is the 2nd safest country in Latin America and considered one of the happiest countries on Earth by the GPI’s standards. This has allowed it to be one of the most safe and gorgeous places to visit.
Portugal has stunning beaches, old charm and beautiful architecture. It is also considered the 3rd safest country by the GPI’s standards.