If you're planning on leaving for a vacation anytime soon, you should know that the Government of Canada is warning Canadians not to travel to three countries right now, including Haiti, Mali and Venezuela.\nREAD ALSO: Swoop Releases New Flight Deals Out Of BC And Everything's Under $100\nThe Government of Canada routinely alerts the public on travel advisories and whether it's safe or unsafe to travel to certain parts of the world based on crime rates, terrorism threats, diseases and more.\nWhile the Government usually offers warnings that countries may be dangerous, they usually warn Canadians that you only need to exercise "normal" security precautions when going to most countries listed. However, right now, officials are advising all Canadians to avoid all travel and non-essential travel to three countries.\nREAD ALSO: Seth Rogen Unveils His New All-Canadian Recreational Cannabis Line\nHere are the warnings.\nView this post on Instagram Una Caracas azul transición 🇻🇪 + foto desde el Club Táchira - - - #Avila #Caracas #Venezuela - - - foto / título @gatobotz Michael Z. (Gato) @gatobotz [[MTsHlQ9-btB]] A post shared by Caracas, Venezuela (@caracas.ve) on Feb 5, 2019 at 4:21pm PST\nVenezuela\nThis morning on Wednesday, March 27, a travel advisory was issued for Venezuela. The government is advising Canadians to avoid all travel to the country right now due to significant levels of crime, unstable political climate and economic situations. In addition, basic living conditions have declined.\nThere are currently shortages on medication, food staples, gasoline and water.\nThe Public Health Agency of Canada has also issued a statement regarding Zika virus in the area. The agency recommends that Canadian travellers make sure to take extra precautions if they decide to travel to countries that are affected by the virus.\nView this post on Instagram “Not all those who wander are lost.” — J. R. R. Tolkien A post shared by 160feet (@160feet) on Jun 10, 2017 at 7:33am PDT\nMali\nIf you plan on travelling to West Africa, the government advises that you avoid all travel to Mali, essential or non-essential. The latest updates from the travel advisory in Mali have high risks of terrorism, making it an unsafe place to travel to for safety and security reasons.\nThere have been multiple attacks in Northern Mali targeting police and members of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali. The threat of attacks has moved to central Mali as well, which has "fueled inter-community tensions".\nAttacks and kidnappings by terrorist groups have been targeting foreigners, which could include tourists. The targeted areas could include government buildings, including schools, places of worship, airports and other transportation hubs and networks. Other areas could include tourist attractions, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, markets, hotels and more.\firstname.lastname@example.org via\nHaiti\nThe Government of Canada is warning travellers to avoid all non-essential travel to Haiti at this time. This is due to the unstable security situation throughout the country right now. They advise that security could quickly deteriorate due to civil unrest.\nIn addition, The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued a statement regarding the Zika virus in Haiti. As stated before, if you decide to travel to an affected country, please be wary and take extra precautions to prevent contracting the virus.