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Villa del Palmar Cabo San Lucas Receives the WTTC Safe Travels Stamp

TRAVEL UPDATES | Published on 03/07/2020
Villa del palmar cabo earns safe travels stamp from the wttc

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought about a time of uncertainty, and even as restaurants and businesses reopen, many people are wondering is it safe to travel yet. While every destination is unique, there’s one thing you should look for: the Safe Travels Stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council. This honor recognizes members of the travel industry who are consistently implementing Coronavirus safety measures. As one of the top Cabo San Lucas all inclusive resorts, Villa del Palmar Cabo San Lucas has always been known for its warm hospitality and exciting environment, but as a recipient of the Safe Travels Stamp, it’s now also known for its leadership in fighting the spread of COVID-19.

The World Travel and Tourism Council is a non-profit organization that leads the travel industry through research and collaboration, working to ensure smooth, seamless, and sustainable travel to Cabo San Lucas and destinations around the world. Because the travel industry was significantly impacted by the spread of COVID-19, the World Travel and Tourism Council worked to guide businesses through this time of uncertainty. To help them navigate this time, the organization created a series of guidelines for businesses to follow based on the expertise of doctors and medical professionals, all specified to certain areas of the industry, like rental car companies, cruise ships, and tour providers. For those who consistently enforce Coronavirus safety measures, the organization is offering recognition with the Safe Travels Stamp, giving travelers confidence when planning their vacations with specific businesses. 

Travel to Cabo San Lucas brings people from around the world to the shores of Mexico, but when the virus began to spread, the government quickly implemented Coronavirus safety measures, including shutting down the Cabo San Lucas all inclusive resorts. Even before the government stepped in, Villa del Palmar Cabo San Lucas said goodbye to guests and entered into quarantine. Because of these early preventive measures, the city has gotten through the worst of the pandemic, and travel to Cabo San Lucas is resuming. Travelers who are wondering is it safe to travel can now start making plans for their next Cabo vacation.

During the quarantine, Villa del Palmar Cabo San Lucas focused on researching the best preventive measures and sanitizing protocols for reopening. While Villa del Palmar Cabo is still a place for family vacations and relaxing getaways, it’s now a leader in health and sanitation. When you choose it from all the other Cabo San Lucas all inclusive resorts, you’ll be getting the best in Mexican dining, resort entertainment, and comfortable hospitality, and all of this will be done in the most hygienic way possible. A lot of the preventive measures will be going on behind the scenes, but you’ll probably notice the plexiglass partitions, antibacterial hand gel, and lower occupancy rates in common spaces. There’ll also be increased cleanings of common spaces and commonly touched surfaces, and while there will be thorough cleanings in between guests, there will be limited housekeeping for those staying multiple nights, limiting direct contact between travelers and staff. Because of all these steps towards preventing the spread of COVID-19, Villa del Palmar Cabo has earned the Safe Travels Stamp

Villa del Palmar Cabo San Lucas has always been a place where families and friends can relax while splashing in the ocean or relaxing around the table at sunset, and with these new safety measures, travelers can continue to enjoy the best of Cabo San Lucas. For those wondering is it safe to travel, the Safe Travels Stamp gives them confidence when booking a beach vacation at Villa del Palmar Cabo.

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