Planning for winter holidays starts from the beginning of the year as tourism companies offer their winter holiday packages and travel destinations. This year, some consider safety and security to be the most important factors that must be taken into account in tourist travel, especially since most tourists with high spending live in countries with high standards of living safety.

Some tourists may rely on the experiences of friends and acquaintances to get to know good tourist trips they spent in new destinations, and others may go to the same destinations in which they previously enjoyed a distinguished tourist experience.

Here are the top 4 safe travel destinations in the entire world:

1-Australia: All age groups of tourists agreed that Australia enjoys safety and security. Australia also ranks highest on global safety indicators. Australia offers its tourists a mixture of old and new, many adventures and a diversity of beaches, cities, forests and desert. Australian hospitality has also had a huge impact on tourists' desire to return. It is a continent far from the hot spots in the world, does not participate in any military conflicts, and is ethnically diverse. Tourists enjoy the various attractions of Australia in a comfortable climate without the crowds. Visitors to Australia see it as worthy of its leadership position, which it has achieved for the first time this year.

2-Sweden: Sweden is one of the safest countries in the world for its residents and tourists alike. Swedish tourists do not even think of any security issues. Crime rates in Sweden are lower than in any other European country. Safety features in Sweden are applied to cities such as the capital, Stockholm, and to rural areas and farms. There are no dangerous neighborhoods in Stockholm, and most of the country's residents speak English, so that it is easy for tourists to communicate with them and ask them about the main destinations or any obstacles facing their visit. Stockholm is involved in safety in other Swedish cities such as Gothenburg and Malmö. Swedish tourists say the only danger they remember in Sweden is driving on ice.

3-New Zealand: Several million tourists visit New Zealand annually, including 200,000 Britons, and these visits end safely. The only risk factor in the country was the Wakari volcano eruption at the end of last year, which killed a number of those surrounding the volcano at the time of its explosion. The country offers a diversity of nature between beaches, mountains and vast areas. The authorities advise tourists to leave information about their travel destinations in the country so that they can be found in cases of emergency. New Zealand has no dangerous animals and has good health facilities and emergency services. The traveler to New Zealand only needs the safety tips required in all countries, such as taking care of personal belongings, closing cars upon departure, and preserving personal documents and money.

4- Netherlands: Netherlands enjoys safety in all parts of the country, except for the risk of pickpocketing and bag kidnapping in some major cities such as Amsterdam and Rotterdam. It is famous for its windmills, tulips, and bicycle use. The Netherlands applies the principle of liberalism in dealing with everyone and does not mind the presence of drugs for personal use in Amsterdam. It welcomes foreigners. In general, the risks are lower for tourists and for women traveling alone.