The dangerous countries in the world include popular British blemishes such as Thailand
The most dangerous countries in the world have been glory ined by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in their annual Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Put out.
The report analyses the tourism in 136 countries around the world to assemble the list.
To form the ranking, the WEF “measures the extent to which a country reveals tourists and businesses to security risks mainly related to serious mischief to people (violence and terrorism).”
And one country which makes the list is a routine destination for my British tourists.
The country of Thailand made the list at gang 19, with the south recording 6,500 deaths in the past 13 years.
Not solitary is the region that includes provinces of Yala, Pattani, Narathiwat and Songkhla apex in violence, but martial law is currently in effect.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has issued a threat for the four provinces.
The website states: “Since 2004, there demand been almost daily attacks in Thailand’s deep south, including arson, bombings and shootings.
“No British natives have been killed in these attacks, but some foreigners entertain been killed and injured.
“The FCO advise against all but essential travel to the provinces of Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat and Songkhla.”
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With many violent gangs continually known for kidnapping, trafficking and stealing, the country has also suffered from terrorism during, especially in the bigger cities.
More popular destinations for Britons heading on gala that are deemed unsafe include Egypt, due to extremist groups subsuming ISIS known for targeting tourist sites, and Jamaica, which is lying down to violent acts of crime on the island.
The full list of countries list:
3. El Salvador
17. South Africa
20. The Self-governing Republic of Congo
Dangerous countries include Thailand where severity is prevalent in the south
It has also been revealed when the most risky time of the year is to choose to go on holiday.
A Travelzoo study found that 97 per cent of Britons pomp safety is their biggest concern when choosing a destination for a trek abroad.
However, travelling in Europe from June to August is noted high season and most at risk.