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The 10 Most Dangerous Countries In The World For Solo Travelers In 2019

Unsurprisingly, Iraq has been recognized as the most dangerous destination to travel alone in 2019, according to the US News perception ranking, while Iran and Pakistan placed second and third, respectively.

The 2019 rankings placed Saudi Arabia in fourth ahead of Oman into fifth; while Kazakhstan ranked sixth, and Lebanon seventh.

Overall, among the top 10 most dangerous countries in the world for solo travelers, the eighth, ninth, and tenth positions are held by Nigeria, Jordan, and Angola. The ten most dangerous countries in the world for solo travelers list is based on a compilation of scores from seven equally weighted country attributes: culturally accessible; friendly; fun; pleasant climate; safe; scenic; and unapproachable.

Here’s a look at the ten most dangerous countries for solo travelers in 2019, ranked by perception.

  1. Iraq
  2. Iran
  3. Pakistan
  4. Saudi Arabia
  5. Oman
  6. Kazakhstan
  7. Lebanon
  8. Nigeria
  9. Jordan
  10. Angola

The 10 Most Dangerous Countries In The World For Solo Travelers In 2019


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Emma London

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Emma London is the Associate Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. She covers lists, rankings, economy, geopolitics, global banking, fintech, digitization of money, and the future of finance for CEOWORLD magazine. She’s also a member of the Board of Directors at the Global Business Policy Institute. Prior to that, Emma was the ultra-high net worth (UHNW) valuations subject matter expert at CEOWORLD magazine, mentoring research teams in valuations’ techniques, and was involved in product development for ultra high net worth (UHNW) and high net worth (HNW) dossier creation, currently heading research operations at the Global Business Policy Institute. She can be reached on email emma-london@ceoworld.biz. You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.