Libya, Afghanistan, Somalia and South Sudan have been named as the most dangerous countries to visit next year, according to International SOS.
The global risk specialists have published a new interactive map which predicts the most dangerous, and the safest, countries in the world to visit in 2020. The countries were ranked from insignificant to extreme across three different criteria: medical, security and road safety.
The Nordic nations of Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Iceland are some of the safest countries in the world to visit, along with Switzerland, Greenland and Slovenia. The US, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and most of Europe were rated as having a ‘low’ level of travel risk, in addition to Argentina, Japan, China and Namibia.
Guernsey, Jersey and the UK scored ‘low’ for medical risk, travel security risk, and were given the lowest mortality rating for road safety.
Highest security risk countries:
Central African Republic
Lowest security risk countries: