Peru received the Safe Travel's Seal: a reliable tourist destination in the face of Covid-19
What do you mean by the Safe Travel's Seal?
It is a great joy for us to be able to inform you that Peru received from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) the Seal “Safe Travel's”, the first seal of safety and hygiene in the world, in tourism, against Covid -19.
As it is recalled, the WTTC created the “Safe Travel's” Seal with the aim of contributing to the responsible and safe reopening of tourism, once the local authorities determine that the conditions exist for it.
The Regional Governor of Cusco, Jean Paul Benavente; the district mayor of Machu Picchu Pueblo, Darwin Baca; the Vice Minister of Tourism, Carlos Benites; the Executive President of Promperú, Luis Torres; the president of the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur), Carlos Canales; the president of the Regional Chamber of Tourism, Carlos Milla; among other authorities. Also present was the Japanese citizen Jesse Katayama, who became the first tourist to enter Machu Picchu.
The biosafety protocols issued by the Peruvian Executive, and that involve the tourism sector, have been evaluated by WTTC professionals and have their approval.
Opening of archaeological parks for free!
Yesterday October 15ththe emblematic archaeological parks of Cusco such as: Sacsayhuamán, Pisaq, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero, Tipón, Moray and Pikillaqta resume their attention to tourism. These places were authorized after implementing the biosafety protocols against covid-19.
We tell you a little more about Sacsayhuamán
Sacsayhuamán is an emblematic Inca monument of Cusco. This archaeological park, which is located 3 kilometers from the Imperial City, houses 33 sites among which the Sacsayhuamán Fortress stands out, an area where the Inti Raymi or Fiesta del Sol is celebrated every June 24. There is also the archaeological complex of Qenko (labyrinth), where ceremonies were held in honor of the Sun, the Moon and the Stars; and Puca Pucara, which has numerous enclosures, interior squares, watchtowers, aqueducts and roads; and it would have served as a resting place and lodging for the Inca.
We are waiting for you in Peru, we are waiting for you in Cusco!