United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia have consistently performed well when it comes to governance, tourism, the economy, and investments. After being named the safest destinations for women traveling alone, both nations have recently achieved yet another milestone.
Solo female travelers place a high value on their own safety and the presence of gender equality when selecting a travel destination. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have done a great job of meeting these expectations in this regard by providing an exceptional level of gender equality and safety.
InsureMyTrip, one of the most popular online platforms for comparing travel insurance, ranked 65 cities in terms of cost, safety, gender equality, and tourism.
It gave Madinah, a city in Saudi Arabia, a score of 9.29 out of 10 for overall safety and 9.3 out of 10 for “absence of worry about attacks based on gender,” making it the world’s safest destination. Similarly, it likewise got a 82.75 rating for having a real sense of reassurance while strolling around evening time alone.
With a score of ten out of ten for “feeling safe while walking at night alone,” Dubai topped the rankings as the world’s safest city for solo female travelers. Overall, it received an 8.95 for safety. United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia
The top 10 cities for female lone travellers are shown below:
With a score of 9.78 in the “quality of things to do” category and a popularity score of 5 out of 5, Dubai also came out on top of New York for the best tourism experience.
According to InsureMyTrip, Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, rose from 60th place in terms of safety in 2022 to 24th place in 2023.
The 10 safest cities worldwide are shown below: