According to information on the top 50 tourist destinations, Israel is the fifth-safest country in the world for travelers.
The top-ranked nation was Singapore, followed by Denmark, the Netherlands, and Switzerland in The Swiftest analytics startup’s Travel Safety Index, which was released earlier this month.
Sweden, Austria, Ireland, Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Japan, France, the Czech Republic, Belgium, Australia, and Croatia were the next countries listed, after which came Israel.
South Africa was the deadliest travel destination, followed by Saudi Arabia, India, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Brazil, Cambodia, and the Philippines.
The index is based on seven risk factors: life years lost to infectious diseases and injuries; homicide, poisoning, traffic accidents, and poor hygienic conditions rates; and a natural catastrophe index.