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2022-09-27 18:16:13

The safest countries in the Middle East

The safest countries in the Middle East

The Middle Eastern states are an interesting place for travelers who have traveled around Europe and want to get new impressions. The direction is gaining more and more popularity among tourists from all over the world, but the locals do not always welcome guests, because they are not used to such attention. Nevertheless, the authorities regularly work to improve safety in the tourist areas of their cities, and the indigenous people are increasingly treating travelers calmer and more positively. In 2022, the traveler can visit a number of countries in the Middle East and not fear for his safety.



The country on the territory of North Africa is one of the most popular among travelers and has been receiving guests for decades. Egypt is included in the ranking of the safest countries in the Middle East region, and the locals are distinguished by hospitality.

Travelers come here not only for a beach holiday, but also to get acquainted with the rich culture of the world, to see the pyramids of the pharaohs, the Sphinx, the Valley of the Kings, the temples of Karnak and Luxor, to visit the legendary Nile River. If a tourist stays away from the border locations – the Western Desert, the Sinai Peninsula and the border with Libya – he will feel safe, since there are no risks, except for pickpockets, which are everywhere.


Kuwait is located on the Arabian Peninsula and is considered a country whose income consists of oil sales and tourism. Local cities are growing rapidly and surprise guests with their unique architecture. Next to the majestic mosques rise multi-storey skyscrapers surrounded     by desert. Tourists in Kuwait will have the opportunity to go on a safari along the sand dunes, try traditional cuisine and local products sold in the bazaars, go to the beach and sunbathe.

The Kuwaiti authorities understand that they run a tourist country, so they take care of their reputation and safety on the streets, strictly suppressing any crimes, especially those committed against guests. In recent years, tourists have almost stopped complaining about Kuwait and its insecurity.


Qatar's economy began to experience an unprecedented rise thanks to the oil industry, and the country began to grow at a rapid pace. Travelers can visit both modern neighborhoods with skyscrapers and historic districts that remember the beginning of the country's history. The culture of Qatar is flourishing, festivals and concerts are regularly held in the country, and tourists are pleased with the abundance of restaurants and cafes, where dishes of different cuisines of the world are served.

The highlight of the tourist program of the Middle Eastern country are its sand dunes, for which guests come to Qatar. Travelers can try to walk the desert through the dunes and get to the sea, staying in tents for the night and watching the starry sky.

The state closely monitors the level of security in the country and prosecutes even for a minor misdemeanor. Qatar is one of the safest countries in the world, so tourists can feel comfortable here.


The state is located on the archipelago of the Persian Gulf and offers guests many exciting activities and places to explore. In Bahrain, natural pearls are mined, which attracts lovers of jewelry, and for connoisseurs of history there are historical quarters and buildings that appeared centuries ago. On the territory of the country there is a low crime rate, and police officers are constantly patrolling in tourist locations. Sometimes tourists report petty thefts, but the criminal is most often found and returned to the victim's property.


Since the beginning of the century, the flow of travelers to Jordan has increased significantly and annually beat record figures. Guests come to the country to visit the huge nature reserves located in Jordan - the Dana Biosphere Reserve, the Arjun Forest (representatives of the local fauna listed in the Red Book live here). Guests also admire the delightful sunsets in the Valley of the Moon and visit Petra, the oldest city in the region.

The indigenous people of Jordan are hospitable and generous people, welcome travelers. The local government takes care of the safety of guests and provides a high level of comfort in the cities. There are CCTV cameras everywhere, the streets are patrolled by representatives of the law, so the crime rate in Jordan tends to zero.


Oman is the oldest country in the Middle East that has sovereignty – this has allowed the state to keep its culture and atmosphere unchanged. Visitors visit the ruins of ancient towns and villages, travel to the Jabal Adhar Mountains, explore the sands of Wahib and admire the crystal waters of Wadi Shab. Local residents are distinguished by their cordiality and hospitality. Oman is on the 4th place in the list of the safest countries on the planet and is considered the safest in the Middle East, so tourists can not be afraid and safely go to explore local attractions.

United Arab Emirates

This country is the most popular tourist destination in the Middle East in the world, travelers from all over the world come here. The country is a federation consisting of 7 emirates, but most often Dubai is heard - the city where the tallest building in the world and the largest shopping center are located. Travelers can be sure of their safety because the streets are regularly patrolled and monitored by video cameras. If you do not visit the suburban area of the slums, the guest of the country will not encounter criminals even once.

However, Dubai and the rest of the country have peculiarities in the rules of the road, so motorists should carefully study them before leaving for local roads.

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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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