Travelling around the world is one of the best experiences. Most of us would love to explore different places to forget all the life-troubles only to satisfy themselves when they move out of the doorstep. No matter how worse life is but if you take a trip to your favourite destination, all your worries would vanish.
As per the International SOS and Control Risks, India is a medium-risk place to travel to. As you can see clearly in the map below, most of India is yellow meaning it is a medium-risk country to travel to. On the contrary, the places like Bihar, Jharkhand and some areas in the northeast have been categorised as high-risk zones.
International SOS and Control Risks published a map which depicts the unsafest and the safest places to travel to in 2019. Several places on the map have been categorised into extreme, high, medium and low risk according to how safe the place is.
The FCO said, “We keep our travel advice under constant review and will update it as quickly as possible if we’re aware of an incident that might significantly affect Britons travelling or living in the area.”
According to the map, the most unsafe places are:
Pakistan- Kabul, Afghanistan are at the extreme risk
The places mentioned above come under either extreme or high-risk categories. These are ranked or listed in a particular order are largely deemed unsafe
The safest places are:
The destinations that are mentioned above come under low or insignificant risk categories. The places which are listed or ranked in a specific order and are largely deemed safe.