Any traveler would have one thing in their checklist apart from the essentials to pack; which is, is the destination safe or not? The happiness and Peace Index decides which countries are the safest.
So, here we are with the list of the top 10 countries which are the safest to visit.
The Swiss Confederation scored 1.366 points as it has a low crime rate.
Japan has a score of 1.36 on the peace index because of its low homicide rate. The citizens are not allowed to get their hands on weapons. The transport is counted of the best in the world, and the high-speed trains, of course.
8. The Czech Republic
Also known by its short name, Czechia scored 1.337 points because of its low crime rate and it doesn’t spend much on its military. It moved down one spot from the year before.
Singapore is the 5th most visited city in the world and 2nd in the Asia-Pacific. Reason? It received a score of 1.321 due to low scores in domestic and international conflict, plus high levels of societal safety.
Canada’s incredible geographical variety is a significant tourist attraction. It scored 1.298 with friendly cities such as Montreal, ranking highly.
As Europe’s oldest kingdom and the home of Hans Christian Andersen, Denmark is often marketed as a “fairytale country”. The term is so ingrained, that it is still used in international news reports. It has a score of 1.283.
Austria earned a score of 1.275, with peaceful elections and low weapon imports. Popular Australian destinations include the coastal cities of Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne, as well as other high-profile destinations including regional Queensland, the Gold Coast, and the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest reef.
Lisbon, the Capital The Portuguese Republic scored 1.247 in the Global Peace Index.
2. New Zealand
The Island country scored 1.198 and ranked second with minimal internal conflict or violence.
With very low homicide rates, few people in jail (per capita), and few terrorist events, Iceland scored 1.078. Tourism in Iceland has grown considerably in economic significance in the past 15 years