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Most Well Travelled Peoples In The World
21. Saudi Arabia
Despite the high disposable incomes of many Saudis, they aren t the biggest travelers on our list. On average, each Saudi citizen takes just under one domestic and international trip annually. Despite being largely barren desert and wastelands, Saudi Arabia has made use of its oil wealth to build vast cities, including the two holiest spots in Islam ? Mecca and Medina.
This fact may surprise you ? for such a small country, Belgians are not one of the nationalities which travel the most. Relegated to #22, Belgians are, though, much more likely to visit foreign countries rather than travelling in their own, a trait common to smaller nations. (They re three times more likely as the average Belgian takes 0.9 outbound and 0.3 domestic trips each year.)
Like the Indonesians and Chinese, Brazilians are much more likely to travel within their own country ? 25 times in fact. Citizens of a BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) country, Brazil s rapidly developing middle class are hungry to travel. Couple that with ever more Brazilians going abroad to learn English and these people are major travelers. Despite its size and natural wonder, Brazil only brings in about as many international tourists as Argentina.
The Chinese are legendary travelers, whether it be Chinese traders who plied the seas in their junk boats or today s 50 person strong tourist groups which show up and leave in a flash on their chartered tour buses. Despite the amount of Chinese tourists seen around the world, most journeys are domestic ? 15 times more in fact. With mega cities, ancient monuments, and almost every type of climate, who can blame them?
The archipelago of Indonesia starts off our list of the world s most well travelled people. Though they are the 25th most travelled nationality on the planet, Indonesians aren t necessarily travelling the world. More than any other nationality on this list, Indonesians travel more within their country than abroad with only 0.03 outbound trips per domestic trip. Living in a country of 17,508 islands which is also one of 25 global biodiversity hotspots in the world, it s not hard to see why Indonesians stay close to home.
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