Canada, Denmark & Iceland- The Safest Countries in the World

Safest Countries in the World 2023

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Are you looking for a safe destination this summer? If so, look no further than Canada, Denmark and Iceland. The Safe Travel Index rated these three countries as the safest in the world, which considers factors like violent crime rates, political stability and terrorism.

Travel insurance company Safe Trip has declared that three cities—Iceland’s capital of Reykjavík, Denmark’s Copenhagen and Canada’s Toronto—are the safest places to visit in its new survey ranking 29 international destinations by their relative safety.

According to research compiled by the travel insurer Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection, Reykjavik is the safest city in the world, while Copenhagen and Montreal round out second and third place.

The company says its rankings are based on responses from travellers who visited 29 cities popular with business and leisure travellers, as well as city ratings of GeoSure Global (a travel risk assessment firm) and the Crime Index of Numbeo (an online database that provides information about cities around the world).


Canada. A country that is safe for women to visit? If you can ignore that Canada has the lowest rate of gender equality in the OECD and a high number of reported rapes each year, then yes! Besides being a place where women are more likely to be murdered than men (according to Statistics Canada), Canada is one of the safest countries in the world. If you’re planning on visiting this beautiful country, here’s what you need to know:

  • There are no specific areas within Canada where crime is rampant (aside from maybe Quebec City). But this doesn’t mean that there aren’t places where crime tends to happen more often than others—it just isn’t as easy to predict where these areas might be as it would be in other cities around the world. For example, while many people think Vancouver is a safe city because it’s well-known for being relatively liberal and multicultural (and therefore tolerant), there have been reports of gang violence increasing over recent years due mainly due increased immigration from China and elsewhere British Columbia province which includes both Vancouver itself plus Victoria on Vancouver Island.*


Denmark is one of the safest countries in the world. It has a low crime rate, with murder and violent crimes rare occurrences. In fact, there have been no murders recorded since 1970! The country also has a low homicide rate compared to European countries such as Germany or France.

Denmark is also known for its high standards of living. It has been ranked number 1 on life expectancy at birth several times over the past years because of excellent healthcare facilities, high literacy rates and a sound education system. With all these factors combined, Denmark can be considered one of the safest places to live in terms of personal safety while being an attractive place to visit or explore new opportunities!


Iceland is a beautiful country with a low crime rate, high life expectancy and one of the lowest homicide rates in the world. It also has one of the cleanest countries in the world.

In fact, it is considered one of the safest countries in the world. The low crime rate and high life expectancy are due to Iceland’s excellent education system and health care. The country has one of the highest literacy rates in the world, and it has a low infant mortality rate. Iceland also has an excellent healthcare system, which provides free access to medical care for all citizens.

If you’re looking for a safe destination, look no further than Canada, Denmark, and Iceland.

If you’re looking for a safe destination, look no further than Canada, Denmark, and Iceland. According to an analysis by using statistics from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the three countries rank among the safest in the world.

Canada topped the list with an overall score of 92 out of 100 points on a scale that measures crime rates across six categories: homicide rate per 100,000 people, robbery rate per 100,000 people; assault rate per 100,000 people; car theft rate per 100,000 people; burglary rate per 100,000 people; and vandalism rate per 1 million population. It also scored high marks across all subcategories except for “robbery,” where it ranked third behind Iceland and Japan.

Denmark came second with 91 points, followed by Iceland, which got 90 points but was ranked first in two subcategories: homicide and assault rates against women, respectively.

These three countries are among the safest destinations in the world.


These three countries are among the safest destinations in the world.

If you’re looking for a place to live, retire, study or travel with your family, these should be at the top of your list.

Safety is a crucial consideration for many people when choosing where to live or travel. The following are some of the safest cities in South America:

Berkshire Hathaway’s 15 Safest Countries

1) The Netherlands

2) Denmark

3) Iceland

4) Australia

5) Norway

6) Canada

7) Germany

8) Sweden

9) Switzerland

10) New Zealand

11) Spain

12) Ireland

13) United Arab Emirates

14) United Kingdom

15) Belgium

 Safest Cities

1) Reykjavik

2) Copenhagen

3) Montreal

4) Amsterdam

5) Seoul

6) Singapore

7) Tokyo

8) Berlin

9) London

10) Sydney

11) Barcelona

12) Honolulu

13) Rome

14) Dubai

15) Paris

As seen on Forbes, Reported by


So, these countries are your best bet if you’re looking to travel somewhere safe and fun. They have beautiful landscapes, unique cultures, and low crime rates.

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