Africa is the second-largest continent with thousands of hectares of land reserved for wildlife conservation, various traditional cultures, and different political structures. However there are many different countries entitled to be the safest country to visit in Africa, but ranking on the top includes Rwanda, Botswana, and Namibia. We add that Botswana and Namibia are neighboring countries that also share peace and safety with tourists and locals. Although Rwanda is in East Africa yet it remains one of the safest countries to visit in Africa.
The country witnessed a steady growing peace and safety after the genocide incident. There is peaceful governance within the country and tourists can travel freely, hence they are not affected by crimes because the society is united. Tourists will spend time tracking gorillas in the sanctuary such as the Volcano National park, therefore minimizing distractions by unnecessary petty crimes.
This is the safest country to visit in Africa whether for adventure-packed safari, family safaris, and best honeymoon safari. Some of the peaceful destinations within the country include Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park and Maun National Park. These areas do not experience higher levels of crime, hence they support the idea of identifying Botswana as the safest country to visit. We appreciate the safety in the country because of existing calm democracy and a favorable traveling route atmosphere.
Namibia is one of the safest countries to visit in Africa whether tourists want to explore on a fly-in safari, family safari, or self-driving safari. There are no higher levels of crimes in the country, except for petty crimes and so when traveling it is recommended to have a minimum amount of cash. Tourists when they arrive in Windhoek, usually they do not spend the most time in the city, hence they head outside Windhoek town into the desert or other selected destination and this is good for enhanced safety too.