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Now that COVID-19 measures and entry requirements have been removed in most countries around the world, travelers are returning to considering more traditional safety concerns when it comes to their next destination.
According to the U.S. Department of State, 93 countries are at “Level 1: Take Usual Precautions,” the lowest advisory status for safety and security risks, allowing travelers to explore these destinations without worry. I mean
These are the 93 safest countries to visit next year.
If you’re looking for white-sand beaches, warm turquoise Caribbean waters, and fascinating culture on your next vacation, Aruba is the perfect choice. This Dutch island is not only beautiful and safe, but it also has a lot to do, from exploring caves to visiting a donkey sanctuary and snorkeling on beautiful beaches. Its extraordinary architecture, people and natural beauty captivate all travelers.
You don’t have to travel far to discover great destinations. With more flight options finally available and the return of direct trains between New York and Montreal, US travelers have the perfect opportunity to visit this spectacular country. From his CN Tower in Toronto to Notre Dame Cathedral in Montreal to the famous Banff National Park, there are iconic destinations for all kinds of travelers.
With the country joining the Schengen Area in January 2023 and adopting the euro, visitors can easily include this destination on their next trip to Europe. The country has it all: impressive cities, charming beaches, beautiful landscapes, and unique architecture. Tourists cannot miss the charming city of Dubrovnik, an incredibly well-preserved medieval city.
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The country is one of the most popular travel destinations this summer. People from all over the world have visited the beaches, enjoyed the sunny weather and nightlife, and explored the historic buildings. In addition to visiting the iconic islands of Mykonos and Santorini, travelers can also explore lesser-known destination towns in Greece such as Kavala and Ioannina.
There’s a reason digital nomads and expats flock to Portugal. This safe and charming country has long offered international travelers some of Europe’s best scenery, history, culture, food, wine and more at more affordable prices than their neighbours. Recently recognized as the best country in the world by Condé Nast, it should definitely be on any traveler’s bucket list.
The country is known for its gorgeous and impressive Alps, delicious chocolate and cheese, and beautiful trains. Switzerland is considered the safest country in the world and offers travelers adventure and unique experiences. Zurich, the capital and financial district (also known among travelers as a very expensive city), is a great base for exploring the central region of the country.
The country’s pop culture has spread all over the world and now many travelers are interested in visiting South Korea for its popular music (K-pop) and TV shows. Despite its proximity to North Korea, the country has very safe borders and a very low crime rate. I can do it.
With the US dollar stronger than many other currencies this year, travelers want to take this opportunity to visit Japan. Visitors can attend cherry blossom festivals, visit Tokyo and Kyoto, and of course, take great photos of the fascinating temples and castles across the country. provide an unparalleled experience.
of HaFull list of safest countries to visit in 2023:
- Antigua and Barbuda
- british virgin islands
- Cape Verde
- Czech Republic
- equatorial guinea
- French Guiana
- French Polynesia
- French West Indies
- New Caledonia
- new zealand
- north macedonia
- St Kitts
- Saint Lucia
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
- sao tome and principe
- Saint Eustatius
- Sint Maarten
- sea bream
- Kyrgyz Republic
traveler alert: Don’t forget your travel insurance for your next trip!
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