The World’s Worst and Most Expensive Travel Destinations
Posted April 01, 2018 12:09:42 It’s time for the world’s worst and most expensive travel destinations.
And the list has to be topped by a country known for its poverty.
In the list of the most expensive countries to visit is Qatar, with the price tag of $1,200 per person.
The United Arab Emirates comes in second place, with a price tag that tops out at $2,800 per person per day.
The Maldives, third place, costs $2.6 million per person, while Tajikistan comes in at No. 4, with its cost of $2 million per day per person to be exact.
Here are the 10 countries with the most outrageous prices for travel, according to TripAdvisor.1.
Qatar, Doha, United Arab EmirateA whopping $1.6 billion is set to be spent on the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
This is according to a report by the World Economic Forum (WEF), which ranked the 2022 host country.
Qatar has been awarded the right to host the 2022 tournament as the 2022 Confederations Cup is being held in Russia.
United Arab Republic of MauritaniaA country with an average annual GDP of $4.3 billion, Mauritania is a country where people are being treated badly by the government.
The government has been accused of corruption and has been implicated in many cases of human rights violations, including the death of the country’s governor, Abdoulaye Abdoulrahman.
TajikstanA country where the government is not only accused of human right abuses but also of killing journalists, and the government has also been accused by the United Nations of violating international law.
Tajikhistan has been designated as a State Sponsor of Terrorism by the US State Department.
The country also has been declared a country of grave concern by Amnesty International.
TajikkistanThe largest state in the republic, Tajik authorities have recently been accused for human rights abuses, including torture and murder of political activists.
TajkistanAnother country with a large number of people living in poverty, Tajkikkistan is also in the spotlight for its crackdown on dissent.
TajKistan has banned the opposition from speaking publicly, and it has also jailed more than 300 opposition leaders since 2010.
MauritaniaMauritania has been ranked among the worst nations for human trafficking in 2017, according a report published by the Human Rights Watch (HRW).
The report said the country has “no law on the books to prevent human trafficking” and has a system of forced labor where people forced to work as sex workers are treated worse than slaves.
Mauritian WomenIn Mauritania, women face severe gender-based violence, including rape, domestic violence, and forced marriage.
In March 2018, Mauritian police arrested 25 women, and they are facing several other charges related to the violence against women in the country.
NepalA country known to be one of the worst countries for corruption, Nepal is ranked as one of Nepal’s worst countries, according the Transparency International Global Corruption Index.
The report says Nepal is one of only 10 countries in the world with a ranking of “out of 100.”
Nepal is also ranked as the most corrupt country in the World, which is one that is “significantly worse” than the United States, where Transparency International says the country ranks third.
MaldivesA country renowned for its pristine beaches, Maldives is known for having the highest number of pristine beaches in the Indian Ocean.
According to the Maldives Department of Tourism, more than 70% of the island is uninhabited and is in the midst of an ongoing drought.
TajikaThe country that has seen its economy suffer the most, Tajikkas economy is also the most vulnerable to foreign influence.
Tajis leaders have recently criticized the US for supporting countries that do not respect Tajik sovereignty and territorial integrity.