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2022-06-13 14:15:40

The most hospitable countries

The most hospitable countries

Coming to an unfamiliar country, you always want to be welcomed there. A specialist and a tourist who arrived from another state will not interfere with acquaintances, friendship, mutual assistance, because thanks to this it is much easier and faster to adapt to the conditions of a new place. The difference in cultural and linguistic characteristics plays a huge role when moving. 

According to the results of the study, which was attended by foreign specialists who changed their place of residence, we talk about five countries where you will definitely be welcome, and why these states are attractive.

Uganda

According to respondents, the warmest welcome will be waiting for you in Uganda! The country is located in the east of Africa with its capital in the city of Kampala. It is believed that the indigenous population of the country is very friendly to visitors. Uganda is really welcoming: here you can find a variety of stunning summer landscapes, necessary for a comfortable stay of foreigners establishments - bars or restaurants. Expats often renew contracts to work in this place. A nice feature is that in Kampala there is no territorial division of honey by "locals" and "visitors": in one quarter you will meet both. With a large number of well-paid vacancies and an inexpensive food basket, the life of expats in Uganda is at a high level.

However, we note that the state is not without problems: in the development of infrastructure, road facilities, electricity.

Costa Rica

According to foreign experts, it is easiest to adapt in Costa Rica. The locals are mostly friendly, problems with communication in English are extremely rare, and if you know Spanish, you will not arise at all. The unusual culture and value of so-called "real life" attract expats from all over the world. 

Becoming rich in Costa Rica is very difficult, and people try to enjoy what they have, being far from excessive fuss. Resort towns on the Costa Rican coast have long been a favorite destination for tourists looking for harmony and peace.

Colombia

In this country, the share of tourists is not as large as in others, because the indigenous people try to show Colombia in all its glory and treat guests with special attention. In addition, a visiting specialist has every chance to become quite wealthy and even hire workers (nannies, maids).

The main place of stay of visitors is the heart of Colombia, the city of Bogota. In the capital there are a lot of restaurants and clubs, various shopping centers, shops and much more for a comfortable and modern life. Since the climate of Colombia allows you to constantly grow fruits and vegetables, there are no problems with buying provisions. 

Oman

But an even more attractive climate in Oman is a warm country. Here you will become a welcome guest not only because Omanis are a friendly people, but also because it has a religious help. Mutual assistance is firmly entrenched in the lives of locals, so they are always ready to lend a hand to those in need.

Due to the excellent weather, the country is suitable for "wild" tourists. Finding a place where you can camp and pitch a tent will not be difficult. 

Oman is a place for romantics. You should not count on a comfortable life in the cities of the country: people come here for impressions and adventures, acquaintances, views. The cities here are mainly of a provincial type, attract tourists with their cultural heritage, attractions. So, in Nizwa, once the former capital of Oman, there is a separate area where they sell jewelry, clay products and much more. Prices in the state are quite reasonable, which allows expats to live even better than at home.

Philippines

Distinctive features of the Filipinos are openness and sociability. Here they speak mainly English, and for citizens of more than fifty countries there is a visa-free regime.

According to the observations of locals, expats are attracted by the coastal territory, although many of them work in Manila , the capital of the island state. Well-established bus routes make it easy to move around the country. Visiting specialists do not need a large budget for living - prices are on average 60% lower than, for example, in London.

Filipinos love to hold street festivities, parties, festivals, masquerades and more. Making friends in the Philippines is easy enough – you just need to allow yourself to be part of the fun!

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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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