Three safe travel destinations

Three safe travel destinations

For many people who would love to travel there is often something that is holding them back. Usually the main reason that someone might put off planning a vacation is because they are afraid or worried about the dangers in certain areas. Here are three safe travel destinations of all time.

The safest place in the world to travel is the Dutch ABC Islands. These are located in the Caribbean. The ABC Islands stand for Aruba and Bonaire and Curacao. Even though there have been noted dangers in other areas of the Caribbean, these islands are extremely safe. They are politically sound and they are far from the hurricane areas. These islands really are heavenly and the people are incredibly friendly.

The second safest place is New Zealand. It is isolated from the world and is very peaceful. There are many different areas to visit – mountains, lowlands, and beaches. The people are friendly and no matter what part of the island you visit, you will be welcomed.

The third safest place in the world to travel is Ulster, Ireland. Ulster is at the northern end of the island of Ireland and has more than 480 hotels, innumerable cottage hostels, and bed-and-breakfast inns. It is the land of the Celts, home of Guinness, and has a unique culture based on its ancient history. There are many vacation tours to visit out-of-the-way places far from the cities, or visit ancient castles and ruins. The people are welcoming and eager to show you around and give you tips to make your stay memorable.

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