Top Ten Most Dangerous South American CountriesI'll admit, I love South America, but I also have to admit it's very dangerous. Here are the most dangerous countries in South America.
The Top Ten Most Dangerous South American Countries
Venezuela is definitely the most dangerous South American country, in fact, it is maybe the most dangerous country on the american continent! Now sure, the mountains are so beautiful you would feel like you lived in a movie, but the country ITSELF is super dangerous, Caracas is one of the most dangerous cities in the world and has the highest homicide rate along with the country Honduras. Bad goverment does it have too! So if you want to visit a South American country, DO NOT GO HERE UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE ROBBED OR ANYTHING WORSE! - darthvadern
It is very boring and don't waste your time.
dangerous - PeeledBanana
I'm Brazilian so I can say this. Even though our country over the years has become more and more dangerous, it doesn't take that Brazil is a very beautiful country with lots of beautiful places to visit ad enjoy. Our country is going through a horrible time but that doesn't mean people can be saying horrible comments about it.
Wow this is really ridiculous. Brazil is dangerous, however, as far as I know all the laying America is. What happened to Tegucigalpa?
This place is a dump. Rude people, women not even cute, just oversexualized. Kids from the Favelas robbing good folk left and right... front and back. I'm beginning to assume they don't even have beds at home the way the people be.Never returning to this junkyard every again in my life. Oh and the beaches are unsanitary.
The fact that this country is number #2 on the best south american countries list proves how much people are unintelligent! People get robbed all the time and the only reason people care about this country is because is because of the oversexualized women! I think it deserves to be lower on that list! Sure it has beautiful beaches and a beautiful jungle (Amazonas), but people get robbed al the time, and the samba music is HORRIBLE! No offense to anyone who is brazilian. - darthvadern
You'll be fine. Just learn a bit of Spanish, don't wear lots of Gucci or other expensive, branded clothes in large areas with lots of people, don't wear lots of jewellery, and you will be safe. Colombia is an amazing country, and it is definitely improving. It may not be completely safe just yet, but if you fully immerse yourself in the local culture, even if it means learning the language, buying Colombian clothing and eating like everyone else, you will love Colombia. Don't let the media stop you from visit such a great country.
Colombia is starting to improve but most of the country is REALLY BAD! Many people here have been kidnapped, a decade ago this had one of the highest homicide rates along with Venezuela, Honduras and El Salvador, now thankfully this country is impoving but there are still very BAD things about this country! AND if that wasn't enough then you shall hear me, Colombia is usally counted as one of the countries in the world AT the highest risk of terrorist acts. Colombia is definitely not safe yet! - darthvadern
What? I'm Paraguayan and it's perfectly fine here
Peru and Uruguay above Paraguay? Brazil at number 2? El Salvador and Honduras don't even place? Why is this a featured list again? - 445956
El Salvador and Honduras aren't South American countries, they're Central American countries, trust me, I'm an expert of Geography and countries. - darthvadern
El salvador and honduras aren't south american
Very dangerous country, procced with caution, it has beacome the Ecuador Version 2, only a b it less dangerous but still, a VERY dangerous but yet beautiful coutry. - darthvadern
Bolivia is the poorest country in South America, just look at the capital city Sucre! It looks so bland and boring and poor! - darthvadern
I'm Bolivian - waldo
Pleased to meet you, I'm an geography lover and I would like to know more about this country. - darthvadern
Uruguay, Paraguay, French Guyana, Guyana, Surinam, Bolivia all have higher murder rates than Ecuador, Colombia has a murder rate THREE TIMES higher than Ecuador but Ecuador gets the bronze? haha, no, you're drunk, go home.
Also LOL at "it's very warm down there" the country is smack dab in the andes mountains, the highest mountain chain in the world outside of Asia, the average temperature in the capital Quito is 14c, during the day it can get to 24c at most, and during the night it can go as low as 5c, even in the coastal regions it only gets as warm as, say, a mild summer in Europe. - SantAnder
My gramma once went to Ecuador, she had bought so much things that were super expensive and on the way back to Sweden, she was robbed, she was only going to get the tickets and she placed the things next to her and a couple of seconds later it was stolen! Everything that she bought was stolen! Not to mention this country lies in the equator so I warn you that it wil be VERY warm down there! - darthvadern
Super hot, just think of all the frnech soldiers that have to walk here in melting dirt, hot savannas and stuff, and some people drown in the swamps, this is not really a safe country. - darthvadern
Most of the country consists of cocaine plains and so, but it dosen't have a messed up goverment lucky enough! - darthvadern
Murder rate of just 3.59 per 100.00 inhabitants, it is not only the safest country in South America, not only the safest country in Latin America, but also the second safest country in ALL of the Americas, after Canada, that's right, Chile is safer than the United States! (murder rate of 4.88) - SantAnder
You can walk in the streets with no peril at all. All statistics confirm that this is a safe place to be, low murder rates, no kidnappings and nice people
There are some political worries in Suriname but that's just it. - darthvadern
El Salvador is dangerous
I will go here on holiday
This is one of the safest coutntries in South Amerca along withg Argentina, besides, the mountains are beautiful, I recommend you to go to this country, be careful still, but count on that it's one of the safest countries in South America. - darthvadern
Safest country in South America. - ImBretter
I live in Uruguay. Argentina a is not at all a safe place! The capital is a dump and the people hate everything especially themselves. Nice women and good meat, that's about it.
Football fans killing goalkeepers
Safest country in South America by far
It’s not south america pp head