Traveling safe to Qatar: should you take a travel insurance?

Do you really need a travel insurance? Just before you begin to plan your holiday in Qatar take a few seconds to find information on the habits and customs of this country

In Qatar the crime rate is generally low. A large police presence is apparent to travelers throughout the country. Incidents of violence are rare but have occurred more frequently as Doha’s population and economic pressures on expatriate workers have increased during the past few years. Local and third-country-national young men have occasionally verbally and physically harassed unaccompanied, expatriate women. Reports of petty theft are infrequent but have been growing, including ATM and credit card theft, purse snatching and pick pocketing. Travelers are cautioned not to leave valuables such as cash, jewelry, and electronic items unsecured in hotel rooms or unattended in public places.

With all that in mind just take the time to choose your travel insurance with care.

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