6 Safest Countries in the World That You Can Visit

City on river with cloudy sky.

Things to see, food to eat, arts to appreciate, and cultures to experience — these are the main reasons why people visit a certain country. (Image: Screenhot via YouTube)

If you’re a traveler who’s looking for a safe country to travel to, it’s worth taking a look at Global Finance magazine’s 2019 list of 10 safest countries. Things to see, food to eat, arts to appreciate, and cultures to experience — these are the main reasons why people visit a certain country. While these are viable reasons, you must weigh these ideas against safety and security. After all, you cannot have fun if you are constantly thinking about looming threats hidden at every street corner, right? The rankings were calculated based on crime rates, war, and natural disaster risks. 

6 safest countries to visit

1. Iceland — Score: 6.16

When we think of Iceland, the picture we conjure in our heads is a land covered in ice. But don’t be fooled by its name. This Nordic island nation is known for its awe-inducing green landscapes, hiding far more awesome sights of volcanoes, lava fields, hot springs, and geysers. Considered as the safest country in the world, Iceland surely is your best bet!

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One of the safest countries in the world to visit is Iceland.
Iceland is known for its awe-inducing green landscapes. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

2. Switzerland — Score: 7.01

Beauty comes with a price, and that is what Switzerland is. It’s an expensive country, but all the money spent there is worth it! The Central European country boasts pristine lakes and towering Alps that pierce the sky. To complement these natural wonders, there are medieval houses barely touched by modernization that will amaze any seasoned traveler.

Swiss flags on buildings along street.
Switzerland is an expensive country, but all the money spent here is worth it! (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

3. Finland — Score: 7.04

Jokamiehenoikeus, a Finnish term that means “every man’s right.” What this means is that anyone, be it a local or a foreigner, can enjoy a walk in nature free from danger. This is true in the case of parks and streets as well. This makes Finland one of the safest countries to travel in. A wonderful food scene, a country with some of the cleanest air and water in Europe, and vistas to love, what more could you ask for in Finland?

Cafe and bridge on lake in Finland.
Finland is known as a country with some of the cleanest air and water in Europe. (Image: Screen Shot via Youtube)

4. Qatar — Score: 7.28

What a luxury it is to visit Qatar. Considered the richest nation in the world, this country is a big player in the oil industry. Marveling at its sky-high buildings amid its sandy terrain is like looking at pillars of silver standing on a sea of gold. But that’s not all, it’s expensive structures are cradled within the long Persian Gulf. The heat might be unbearable here, but you have an extensive variety of beaches to choose from.

Qatar is considered the richest nation in the world.
Qatar is considered the richest nation in the world. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

5. Singapore — Score: 7.34

The only Asian country to make it on the top 10 list. Singapore has always been at the forefront of the global tourism industry. It’s an island city-state known for its multicultural roots. Here, you’ll be amazed at how technologically advanced the city is and how grounded it is about taking care of its environment. “Safe, clean, and orderly” is how a blogger once described Singapore. And they’re definitely on point!

Unique architectural structures in Singapore with cloudy sky.
You’ll be amazed at how technologically advanced Singapore is and how grounded it is about taking care of its environment. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

6. New Zealand — Score: 7.42

An island nation known for its calming environment. New Zealand lies in the southern Pacific Ocean and is comprised of 2 main islands, Te Ika-a-Māui, and Te Waipounamu, separated by the Cook Strait. Whichever island you choose to visit, you’ll never run out of spectacular landscapes, volcanoes, wide mountain ranges, and coastlines to explore. Thrill seekers who enjoy an intimate experience with nature will surely love New Zealand. it is also one of the safest countries to visit.

Ocean, beach, and island in New Zealand.
New Zealand lies in the southern Pacific Ocean and is comprised of 2 main islands. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

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