Croatia, Ecuador, Guam and Ghana are the latest destinations to be awarded the world’s first global safety and hygiene stamp, launched recently by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
Other recent awards have been made to Turkey, Portugal, Kenya, Mauritius, Montenegro, Bulgaria, and Ukraine.
Ecuador received its WTTC Safe Travels Stamp, following a major government announcement that will see international travellers arriving with a negative test taken within the previous 10 days, exempt from its 14-day isolation. This move will help reopen its tourism sector and provide a significant boost to the country’s economy.
Croatia has also worked with WTTC during these difficult times. As a popular European and Adriatic destination, it is seeking to secure safety for all.
Ghana has put new protocols in place to create a hygienic and safe destination.