Updated Tour Guide

7 Peaceful Countries Worth Visiting

It’s difficult to ignore the tragic events that are occurring around the world, causing a lot of people to just prefer within the comforts of their home. But people are never meant to isolate themselves from the rest of the world so if you’re thinking “Where is the safest place to go on holidays?”, don’t worry because here are seven safe travel destinations for you to visit.


Japan - A peaceful Country

Japan – A peaceful Country

The Land of the Rising Sun is one of the safest international destinations families and single people can flock to when they’re on a vacation. Global Peace Index of 2016 ranks Japan ninth among the safest countries in the world.

Now some people might think that safe travel equals to boredom but it doesn’t mean that this country has nothing exciting to offer. In fact, every nook and cranny in Japan has lots of fun activities and tourist spots you can check out. If you’re into Japanese films, or any film from other countries, there is the 2016 Tokyo International Film Festival on October 25 to November 3, where filmmakers from all over the world will be present to showcase their latest creations.

Japan also holds several festivals every year and Tokyo is famous for hosting most of them on the streets. Kanda Matsuri, which usually takes place in mid-May and runs over an entire week, have thousands of floats paraded across the streets of Tokyo, which will remind you of those colorful parades in Disneyland. Or you can go to Kyoto and take part in Japan’s ancient tea ceremony at the Tea Ceremony Room Ju-an.

Canada also ranks high in the Global Peace Index, settling at no. 8 in the safest countries in the world. Just like Japan, Canada has lots of fun places to go to and fun things to experience, too. One fun activity that you and your family might want to try out is howl with the wolves. In Algonquin Park, scores of Canadians and tourists hang around there to visit the majestic wolves of North America and to join in their howling ritual.

Or you can head out to Drumheller, otherwise known as Dinosaur Valley, and check out the area where dinosaurs were first discovered. If you get tired of seeing the wildlife you can also go to Montreal and watch the best jazz artists from around the world presents their awe-inspiring talents on stage at the annual Montreal Jazz Festival.

Number two in the Global Peace Index is Denmark and this Scandinavian country should be on top choice of families looking for a fun and safe vacation spot. Denmark is tagged once more as the “Happiest Country in the World” in the 2016 World Happiness Report. It has also been cited by the Transparency International to be the least corrupt nation in 2012 and it has topped their list ever since.

Visit Denmark and here you’ll find fun things to do like watching different kinds of sharks up close. Denmark’s Kattegatcentret boasts of over 250 species of animal life but their main attraction are the greatest predators of the sea—the sharks! As soon as you’re done swimming with the sharks, head over to Billund where the first Legoland was built and your kids will certainly have the time of their lives.

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