The state of Ceará, where Jericoacoara and Icaraizinho are located, has received the WTTC [Safe Travels] stamp, in recognition to the adoption of health and hygiene global standardised protocols – so consumers can experience ‘Safe Travels’.
This important recognition from the World Travel & Tourism Council, is one more indicator of the excellent work that the state of Ceará has done in the management of the Covid-19 crisis.
The state authorities have implemented several measures to fight the pandemic, from a rigorous lockdown in the beginning, to gradually opening the activities as indicators improved.
The travel sector is a key segment of the Ceará economy, and is grateful to the team of specialists put together by the state government to take the right decisions, to gradually make Ceará one of the safest places of the world to visit.
The combination of good crisis management, with natural factors such as warm climate, strong wind, and the beginning of the summer season in the southern hemisphere, made Jericoacoara and Icaraizinho some of the safest places in the world to visit in 2020, and thanks to the proactivity of the state government Ceará reaches September 2021 with one of the highest vaccination rates and lowest Covid infection indicators of Brazil and the world.
Click on the image below to see the Ceará certification directly in the WTTC website: