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The Most Dangerous Countries Of The World Are Revealed, And They Might Change Your Vacation Destinations

Published 2 years ago

Safety is often one of the most important factors when it comes to picking a holiday destination, hence it is worth to take a look at the International SOS and Contol Risks organization’s map that evaluated the risks of the countries around the world and released a map about it.

The organization took medical, security, and road safety into the account when drawing up the guide to the statistical dangers of the world. The survey, conducted by Ipsos Mori Business Resilience Trends Watch 2018 alongside the project, states that 63% of people think that travel risks have increased over the last year. In addition to that, it is known that 58% of business travelers last year have changed their plans due to security threats and 43% because of natural disasters or extreme weather conditions.

Scroll down below to check out the results and see whether you’re in need of changing your holiday or business destinations too. If you would like to compare the results with the last year’s survey check out our post about it here.

More info: travelriskmap.com (h/t)

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This is how much travelers will be risking their health in 2018 across the globe






And this is how the world looks from a security threat point of view






Finally, the number of road accidents






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