Destination Countries with Few Threats of Terror
Countries with unique tourist attractions that have not been known to many foreign travelers
Derweze gas crater, Turkmenistan - Image Credit T Sandtorv
Countries with the threat of terror in the world have often received widespread attention from many, such as the previous reviews in the previous article on this blog site. This is in line with the release of a list of 45 countries in the world most often under threat of terror according to the list of MI5 Intelligence Bureau in the UK.
This review was then expanded to 17 countries in the world that are otherwise minimal from the threat of terror, citing the sites CNN Indonesia, May 29th, but has a worthy tourist attraction to gain appreciation.
Tourists will get more pictures, especially those going to summer holidays this year, according to a quote from the sites The Telegraph, and make it easy to plan their trips.
These countries are even claimed not to be included in the radar of terrorist action plans, so it is safe to visit. Here are the five safest countries from a list of 17 countries for the holidays.
The country has hunting tours packaged into the Festival Eagle of Bayan-Olgii Kazakh in September.
The moment for tourists who like to hunt can feel the traditional way of hunting with the help of eagles in the Altai mountains.
The nickname 'The Kingdom of Heaven' is within the territory of the South African country and just celebrates the 50th anniversary of independence.
Located at an altitude of 4,593 feet (or 1,400 meters) above sea level with Maletsunyane Waterfall attractions, and Sehlabathebe National Park.
One of the safest countries in the world led by a dictator Saparmurat Niyazov from 1985 to 2006, in certain cases resulted in obtaining visas needing to work harder.
The country has Karakum "Door to Hell" desert with a challenging terrain, tourists can see the crater and cliff that adorn the ancient city of Merv and Konye-Urgench.
Countries in Eastern Europe are the least visited by tourists, for example in 2015, the number of tourists visiting only as many as 94 thousand people.
One of the unique tourist attractions is a large monastery which is the location of wild birds observation, and Moldova is also famous as a paradise of the world wine.
Home to hundreds of species of rare animals and plants that do not exist in other parts of the world, such as Kubung, or better known as a floating Pukang.
Madagascar also has a wide variety of reptiles that make it one of the world's largest natural habitats.
A great and attractive option for travelers to consider a visit or a trip to unique countries like this one. Perhaps travelers can search for other information completely before deciding on a trip in their summer vacation.
Source: G Putro Jati - CNN Indonesia, The Telegraph
Image: T Sandtorv via Wikipedia