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Krka National Park gets ‘Safe Stay in Croatia’ label

Krka National Park stay safe in croatia

Krka NP (Photo: Antonio Batinic/Pexels)

The project of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports “Safe stay in Croatia” is a network platform that presents Croatia as a safe and desirable destination.

Croatia has introduced the national designation “Safe Stay in Croatia” or “Croatia, Your Safe Destination” indicating that its tourism and related sectors apply health and safety protocols because of the coronavirus outbreak. 

In cooperation with the Croatian Public Health Institute and professional organisations, protocols ensuring a safe stay in Croatia have been developed. 

Krka National Park was among the first to receive the “Safe stay in Croatia” label, which guarantees that it acts according to the current recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health, tourist and professional associations and tourism service providers to fully protect the health of visitors and employees. 

Considering that it had previously successfully established protocols in the fight against the pandemic, Krka National Park was recognised as a safe destination from the very beginning and readily joined the project “Safe stay in Croatia”.

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Krka National Park

The label was created in 2020 by The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) as a guarantee for safe travel worldwide. The application of safety and health protocols is an important element in the perception of Croatia as a safe destination. The prescribed protocols cover a number of tourism service providers in order to make the national label available to all stakeholders in the industry.

The label “Safe stay in Croatia” allows guests to more easily identify those destinations, tourist attractions and service providers in the tourism industry that have adopted national and world standards of health and hygiene. 

Users of the platform will be able to search online all stakeholders in the tourism sector who bear this label and find relevant information on health and safety protocols in seven basic categories (nautical, sports and recreation, attractions, travel guides and agencies, transport, catering and accommodation), and find will also provide information on how to proceed in case of suspected COVID-19 cases.

In addition to compliance with the rules of conduct in protected areas, in all enclosed spaces in the system of visiting the national park, it is mandatory to properly use protective masks and maintain the physical distance prescribed by applicable recommendations, with a limit on the number of visitors.

Find out more about the national safety label “Safe stay in Croatia” on the website https://www.safestayincroatia.hr/

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