Four more destinations – New Zealand, Switzerland, Czech Republic and Oman – have joined the over 400 destinations as part of the World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Safe Travels stamp program.
WTTC launched its global Safe Travels stamp program over a year ago in order to rebuild consumer confidence and encourage the return of safe international travel.
The stamp has also now been adopted by Trinidad & Tobago, Madagascar, Samoa and Réunion Island.
Julia Simpson, president & CEO, WTTC said: “We are delighted that our Safe Travels stamp continues to go from strength to strength and has been adopted by destinations from every corner of the world.”
Simpson continued: “From Portugal to Puerto Rico, Sri Lanka to Slovenia, Thailand to Tunisia, our stamp is now recognized around the globe. This is testimony to the hard work and dedication of all those involved in making our stamp work for both destinations and holidaymakers.”
And she added: “This sets a standard of health and safety protocols so visitors can travel safe in the knowledge that a destination is following the highest standards.”