2. Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Governmental warnings have been issued time and time again for Haiti and so especially in the capital city of Port-Au-Prince. As the country has experienced political instability for some time, the city is often central to a series of protests which tend to erupt into violent encounters between government officials and civilians.
Moreover, economic disparities have led to increased rates of armed robberies, break-ins, carjackings, murders and physical assaults against visitors. The criticality of the situation is reflected in tourists getting robbed upon arriving at the airport. Lastly, drug-related crimes are also common along with gang violence and kidnappings.