Drug, Violence and Travel Warnings: The Cheat Sheet Lists it’s Most Unsafe Cruise Ports of Call

A recent Cheat Sheet article (found here in it’s entirety) ranks the 7 ‘absolute worst’ ports for cruise ship travelers to visit. Each port comes with it’s own special mix of negative press — and their well earned reputations for being downright unsafe for visitors are highlighted in the article. They outline they dangers to visitors — possible drugs, violence, rape, murder and more. For example, the US State Department has issued warnings about traveling to El Salvador: Violent crime, such as murder, assault, rape, and armed robbery, is common. Gang activity, such as extortion, violent street crime, and narcotics and arms trafficking, is widespread. Local police may lack the resources to respond effectively to serious criminal incidents. See more here. The offending ports? Roatán, Honduras Margarita Island, Venezuela Mindanao, Philippines Acajulta, El Salvador Quintana Roo, Mexico Cartagena, Columbia Izmit, Turkey For most American…

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