Travel Safety Briefs (Asia)
WHAT THEY DON’T TELL YOU ABOUT RISKY TRAVEL IN ‘UNSAFE’ COUNTRIES
If you plan to travel to a country in the world that is deemed to be unsafe’, the dangers of disease, violence, and political unrest might be what comes to mind. But that’s only part of the story. There is one huge factor that travel guides (if they exist for these places) rarely mention. Yet that factor is all-encompassing and could be the difference between you suffering loss of belongings, injury or even death – or staying safe and unharmed.
COULD YOU HANDLE THE SHOCK OF YOUR LIFE?
Whether your stay is for professional or personal reasons, whether you have to go or whether you choose to go, you need to be properly prepared. If you are used to living conditions where electricity and water supplies can be taken for granted, and where the government is stable and democratically elected, some other countries could give you the shock of your life. You could fall into the trap of making assumptions about safety or help that are simply not valid in the country you are visiting.
THE BIGGEST PROBLEM WITH ‘UNSAFE’ COUNTRIES
The biggest danger of all therefore is being tripped up by assumptions you don’t even know you’re making. There’s only one way to counter this danger. You need relevant and reliable information on the risks of staying and moving around in the country concerned. Unfortunately, that information can be hard to obtain. Unsafe countries attract fewer visitors. That in turn means there is less feedback available. What feedback there is can run the gamut from glossing over fundamental perils as ‘inconveniences’ to dramatizing even minor shortcomings, yet often leaving out major ones in the process. You need a better solution.
AT LAST, A SOLUTION THAT HAS YOU COVERED!
“Safety and Security briefs” travel reports change all of this. Factual, intelligent and dynamic, using expert sources in the country concerned, “Safety and Security briefs” give you realistic, clear, and comprehensive per country information that removes assumptions and replaces them with measured statements about risks, and recommendations for dealing with those risks. Short enough to give you the vital information you need on a country in an easy to use format, Safety and Security Briefs also contain the essential details that other travel guides leave out, with easy and immediate purchase online.