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Los Cabos Receives Travel Safety Stamp from The World Travel & Tourism Council

Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, is the first destination on the Pacific to receive the Travel Safety Stamp granted by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). The stamp is bestowed among destinations that have adopted a high standard of hygiene in establishments and are taking strong measures to protect travelers’ health.  

The Travel Safety Stamp and hygiene protocols issued by the WTTC are based on international standards and are supported by the World Tourism Organization. This distinction is designed to provide travelers with confidence when it comes to hygiene and sanitation measures among establishments and businesses operating within the tourism sector, such as hotels, restaurants, establishments, airlines, airports and cruises, etc.

Baja California Sur has complied with all safety protocols issued by the World Travel and Tourism Council – drawn up with the guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in close collaboration with the International Association of Air Transport (IATA), the International Council of Airports (ACI) and the International Association of Cruise Lines (CLIA).

Just a 30-minute drive from Cabo San Lucas, Hotel Casa Natalia is a charming 18-room boutique hotel in the heart of San Jose del Cabo’s Centro Historico. Outside the hotel walls, Casa Natalia is surrounded by quaint cobblestone streets, charming Spanish-inspired colonial buildings, family-owned jewelry shops, inviting restaurants and, of course, the natural beauty of Baja California.

We at Casa Natalia couldn’t be more excited to welcome you back to your second home with the confidence that your health and safety are a number one priority.

Read more about the health and safety protocols at Casa Natalia.

Come to escape, stay to discover at Casa Natalia. Book your accommodations in the Historical Center of San José del Cabo here.

Grand Opening Recap: Baja Oyster Bar

If you don’t know, now you know! Mi Cocina Head Chef, Loic Tenoux, recently expanded his popular San Jose restaurant to now include the innovative Baja Oyster Bar. Located within the Casa Natalia Hotel, Baja Oyster Bar serves only the best locally sourced oysters from Sol Azul Seafarms.

To celebrate and share the new venture, Chef Tenoux and team held the Baja Oyster Bar Grand Opening on Friday, January 29. Guests enjoyed of a range of delicious oyster creations, sipped on creative cocktails, and mingled with special guests. The evening’s guests of honor included Philippe Danigo, owner of Sol Azul Seafarms, and Christophe Hapillon, owner of The Oyster Gourmet and Los Angeles’ only Master Ecailler.

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