Ladies, I know that exploring places brings so much fulfillment in our well-being but yet, we need to be extra careful and set some limitations.

Here are10 Dangerous Countries For Women Traveling Alone

1. South Africa

Common Issue

  • The majority of the women in South Africa feel that it is not safe to walk alone at night.

Recommendations

  • Women who are traveling alone in the country are being warned not to hike, drive, walk, or move alone without a companion.
  • Behave in a conservative manner.

2. Brazil

Common Issues

  • Street safety.
  • Intentional homicide against women.

Recommendations

  • Tourists should not walk alone at night.
  • Do not physically resist any attempts of robbery.

3. Russia

Common Issues

  • Intentional homicide against women.
  • Non-partner sexual violence.
  • 9th worst with legal discrimination against women.

Update

  • The country has been making headlines showing signs of improvement for the better.

4. Mexico

Common Issues:

  • Street safety.
  • Intentional homicide against women.
  • Non-partner sexual violence.

Recommendation:

  • Stay only within your hotel/resort to avoid any bad incidents.

5. Iran

Common Issues

  • Inequality and discrimination against women.

Good Side:

  • Low levels of intentional homicide against women.

6. Dominican Republic

Common Issues:

  • Street safety
  • Mysterious deaths.

7. Egypt

Common Issues

  • Street safety
  • Mysterious deaths.
  • Legal discrimination and gender inequality.
  • Violence against women.

Update

  • To lower the gender gap, their government is granting over 600 scholarships to women studying in fields of business, science and engineering.

8. Morocco

Common Issues

  • Intimate partner violence.
  • Gender inequality and the global gender gap.
  • Street safety.

9. India

Common Issues

  • Gender inequality.
  • Violence against women.
  • Intimate partner violence.

10. Thailand

Common Issues

  • Intimate partner violence.
  • Gender inequality.

Wherever we go, it’s always better to check the rules and regulations of the country we’ll be visiting prior to planning and departure. Safety should always be our first priority.


Source: Asher Fergusson

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