The world is a big place, and it’s filled with wonders. There are also some dangerous places out there that you might not know about! Most of these locations are in developing countries where people don’t have the resources to offer tourists safety or security. In this blog post, we will talk about 10 of the most dangerous places for solo travel.
These destinations might not be as dangerous as some others, but there are still risks involved! This category includes areas with high levels of civil unrest and those where you could face discrimination or harassment because you don’t speak the language (or dress according). Remember: no place is 100% safe so always do your research before travelling alone!.
Russia – Russia is one of the world’s largest and most populous countries. Most people visit Moscow, which has a rich history, or St Petersburg for its palaces and canals. However there are regions in eastern Russia that are off limits to tourists because they contain military facilities you need permission to enter area codes or restricted zones (REZON). The south west also features Chernobyl: home to an abandoned nuclear power plant where radiation levels make it unsafe for travel. Crime rates tend to rise at night so locals advise visitors not go out after dark as well!
India – India is notorious for being a dangerous country with high crime rates across some areas due to the conflict between different religions. Most visitors will be flying into New Delhi and then travelling to tourist spots such as Rajasthan, but it is advised that tourists avoid more remote areas of India like Ladakh due to serious risks posed by terrorism and ethnic violence
Although many people think Mumbai is safe, there have been reports of travelers being targeted after dark so locals recommend avoiding going out at night if possible!
Mexico – Mexico has some really dangerous places especially in the south where drug cartel activity thrives. Most people who come on holiday are visiting popular destinations like Acapulco or Cancun, while some head to more off the beaten track destinations like Palenque, but it’s advised to avoid anywhere in the state of Chiapas due to high levels of violence and crime.
The Caribbean – Crime is rife throughout this region with many travelers being robbed or kidnapped on beaches or from their hotel rooms so don’t walk around at night as you’ll be an easy target for anyone wanting money!
Tunisia – Most people head straight for Tunis which isn’t dangerous thanks to its modern infrastructure, but some may choose instead to explore Tunisia a little further away from the capital city where they could encounter tribal tensions that have been simmering since independence back in 1956 when President Habib Bourguiba was overthrown by General Zine el-Ab idine Ben Ali.
South America: Most of South America is relatively safe, but you may want to avoid the border regions with Colombia as they are rife with drug trafficking and guerilla warfare.
Kenya: Most of Kenya is safe, but the border regions are fraught with tribal tensions and conflict that can lead to kidnappings.
Singapore – There’s no such thing as an easy Asian city when it comes to crime rates, so be wary in Singapore where petty crimes like pickpocketing happen at a higher rate than other places around the world!