A Darker Side Revealed for World Cup Travellers

An Infographic Produced By Australian Company Worldcare Reveals Brazil's Most Confronting Fact and Statistics

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Infographic about Brazil | Dangerous statistics on crime and how to keep safe

The Dangers of Brazil

(PRWEB) June 05, 2014

An Australian travel insurance company- Worldcare- has released an important safety infographic for people travelling to Brazil for 2014 FIFA World Cup.

This helpful guide reveals a slightly darker reputation to the vibrant Brazilian culture, and aims to instil caution with real facts and statistics.

It’s likely that criminals will target World Cup tourists so it’s important to be aware of the precautions you should take to keep safe, and what to do when faced with a dangerous situation.

Brazil has the second largest number of murders per year with 42,785 people murdered in 2013.

This is the first alarming statistic of the infographic to confront the readers and reinforce the significance of the safety information.

Readers are shown what to look out for and the items that thieves tend to target such as watches, jewellery, mobile phones, tablets and laptops.

The Australian Government’s Smart Traveller website urges travellers to exercise a high degree of caution when travelling to Brazil and to ensure you have organised comprehensive travel insurance.

If you know anyone travelling to Brazil for the FIFA World Cup, you are encouraged to share this infographic with them.

The infographic can be found at http://www.worldcare.com.au/connect-with-us/travel-blog/staying-safe-in-brazil-infographic.aspx.


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