Safest Countries In The World Expats Can Visit For Holidays

Last Updated on November 25, 2018 by Ope Quadri

Protection and security is the utmost concern for foreigners and is frequently listed as a ground for relocating from one country to another, principally among many people who emigrate from Nigeria. In this post we’ll tell you the safest countries in the world you can visit for holidays or live in permanently.

Foreigners with families are more disposed to move to countries with a high distinctive security ranking – and foreigners that move to countries with a low category often insist on extra payment to cover the additional security they need.

A particular country where you will not have to do this is Iceland – which is rated the safest country in the world, according to the latest Global Peace Index 2018, which rated the major nations in the world by how tranquil they are.

The Institute for Economics and Peace published the reports and 163 countries by 23 factors, including homicide rate, political trepidation and deaths from internal disputes. For 11years in a row, Iceland is top on the list as the world’s safest place to live.

Top 10 Safest Countries In The World

  1. Iceland
  2. New Zealand
  3. Austria
  4. Portugal
  5. Denmark
  6. Canada
  7. Czech Republic
  8. Singapore
  9. Japan
  10. Ireland

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Why Iceland Is safest place in the World

A low rate of vicious crime

With high rate of gun ownership in Iceland, the nation is lowest in vicious crime around the earth with only 1.8 homicide rate per 100,000 persons yearly, that’s about one- third of homicide rate compared to United States of America. This is a country without a military to say the least, and the police do not carry guns around.

Iceland also have a policy in place to rehabilitate criminals rather than imprisonment for the rest of their lives. The prisoners are at liberty to work or undertake educational pursuit. With this form of humane treatment, the criminals afterwards change from their bad ways.

Liberty To Move Around

People move around freely in Iceland without hitches, children playing around with ease. The environment is safe for holiday and it’s the safest to settle in.

Most likely it is this way because the country’s system is liberal, with fairness and equity to all and sundry.

Ninety seven per cent (97%) of the citizens are said to be middle class, in other words – they are living a comfortable life. Any society where people live that way will definitely be low on crime rate. It is in history that police only shot a person in 2013 – rare anywhere in the world.

Apart from being the most safest country in the World, Iceland also prides herself to be home to beautiful attraction places foreigners can visit for holidays.

Some of the tourist attraction places in Iceland are:

  • Blue Lagoon
  • Skaftafell Nature Reserve
  • Mývatn
  • Capital Region
  • The Westman Islands
  • Akureyri
  • Snaefellsnes Peninsula
  • Skaftafell
  • Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon
  • The Golden Circle
  • Skógar
  • Vík
  • Geysir/Gullfoss

With cool, beautiful, and secured hotels like Kvosin Downtown Hotel, Hotel Keflavik, Sandhotel, and ION City Hotel Iceland is a secured country you can visit to have nice time with your two eyes closed while sleeping.

European countries top the list

European countries top the list of most safest countries in the World six Countries in all.

Considering other nations like, New Zealand, Canada, Singapore and Japan on the top 10. Australia is 13th, United Kingdom and United States of America where lots of foreigners prefer to go were poorly rated on the rankings, represented at 57th and 121st respectively. Gun-related violence is high in the U.S.

“Iceland remains the most peaceful country in the world, a position it has held since 2008. New Zealand, Austria, Portugal and Denmark also sit in the top five most peaceful rankings.

Syria remains the least peaceful country in the world, a position it has held for the past five years. Afghanistan, South Sudan, Iraq and Somalia comprise the remaining least peaceful countries,” Global Peace Index says.

Final thought:

Being wealthy as a country is different from being peaceful. While some of the cities in the United States made the list of wealthiest countries, they’re no where to be found in this list.

What’s your next destination? Check the list properly for your next holiday abroad. Have a terrific time enjoying yourself.

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