Planning solo travel? Here are the safest countries to visit


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Solo travel is not a new trend and it has been there since forever. Although people might argue with you that it is better to travel with a group of friends or your partner for that matter but solo trips can me more fun, because you are all on your own and you can take your own decisions as to how you want your trip to go. The tourism industry has seen a rise in solo trips and the industry people are now trying their best to provide people with great solo travel experiences. So if you are also one of those travellers who are planning to go for a solo trip then we have a perfect list that will help you in choosing the next destination.

Iceland
Iceland is a cool place to visit. People here are extremely warm and welcoming. This country also tops the chart when it comes to solo travellers’ safety. You can enjoy by looking at those stunning waterfalls and gorgeous glaciers that will fill your heart with myriad emotions.

New Zealand
Remember the beautiful place in Kaha Na Pyar Hai? That is beautiful New Zealand for you. Interestingly, it is the second place in this list of the safest countries for solo travellers. You can get lost in the beauty of this place and can also go for adventure sports here.

Portugal
Once infamous for its crime, Portugal has now become one of the safest countries for solo travellers. The crime rate here has dropped significantly since 2018. The best part about this country is its excellent public transport system and the cuisine of the place is simply mouthwatering.

Austria
Austria will give you a beautiful blend of historical and modern worlds. It is also one of the safest countries in the world and full of splendid palaces and pretty mountains.

Denmark
Famous for its chocolate and cookies, Denmark is one of the happiest countries in the world, The country is also home to one of the world’s oldest amusement parks and very safe for solo travellers.

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