Although the Australian authorities have issued warnings, there are still many Australians travelling to dangerous countries and regions. The analysis of the travel website Finder comparing entry data shows that 16% of Australians' travel itineraries last year, or 300 million trips, were to dangerous countries.

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据澳洲新闻集团报道,2017年11月至2018年11月,超过27万澳人前往中东和北非,尽管澳洲当局已对该地区18个国家中的15个国家发出警告。Smartraveller根据DFAT对170多个目的地进行风险评估,为旅行者提供四个级别的建议。

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Among them, the lowest level is "take general precautions", and the level 2 warning is "maintain high vigilance". Level 3 is "Reconsidering tourism needs", and the highest level is "Don't go to this area". Zimbabwe, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq are all on the danger list.

Since 2012, the number of Australians travelling to Pakistan (Warning Level 3) has increased by 92%, Lebanon (Warning Level 2) has increased by 82%, Nepal (Warning Level 2) has increased by 59%, and Mexico (Warning Level 2) has increased by 54%. , Egypt (level 3 warning) increased by 53%, and India (level 2 warning) increased by 51%. But Bath doesn't take it to heart, she often travels to dangerous countries.

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Bath said: "To be honest, I want to visit every country on the planet. I am a bold and fearless traveler who has witnessed the positive impact of tourism on local culture. Unless there is a war, I will not change my goals. "

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In addition, financial expert Kate Browne reminded that if Australians travel to countries and regions that the authorities have warned, insurance companies have the right to refuse their claims.

Browne recommends that these "daring" tourists, before heading to risky destinations, it is best to make sure that they compare all insurance policies and choose the travel insurance with the widest coverage.