Safe Travel Stamp

Safe Travel Stamp is important in South Georgian Bay to Build Consumer Confidence

South Georgian Bay Tourism (SGBT) would like to see all businesses in South Georgian Bay be certified with the new Safe Travel Stamp program that launched in Canada which will assist tourism operators and reassure consumers that health and safety protocols are being followed. It gives travellers peace of mind when visiting a destination.

The World Travel & Tourism Council has selected the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario (TIAO) to administer the Safe Travel Stamp in Canada. The Safe Travel stamp has the safety and hygiene of travelers as its top priority. The specially designed stamp will allow travelers to recognize governments and companies around the world which have adopted health and hygiene global standardized protocols so consumers can experience ‘Safe Travel’. It is important to get this certificate, as it is crucial during these unusual times, in order to provide travelers with confidence and ensure their safety.

As one of the region’s most awarded B&Bs and a long-time member of SGBT, Craigleith Manor Bed & Breakfast adopted the Safe Travel Stamp within a few days of the new program being launched in Canada.

"We have always created a relaxing, private, clean and modern space for our guests and now, with the Safe Travel Stamp, our guests can feel confident that we have implemented an international travel standard for cleaning and guest interaction. Craigleith Manor Bed & Breakfast, says Guy Laporte and Craig Ashton owners of Craigleith Manor Bed & Breakfast. Regional Tourism Director Melissa states, “Building consumer confidence during the pandemic is vital for the long-term regional response to COVID-19 and we look forward to welcoming visitors to safe venues and to enjoy everything the region has to offer.”

Get your Safe Travel Stamp today. This is a free certification that has worldwide recognition and it takes less than 5 minutes to complete the application. Learn more:


14 Oct 2020

By South Georgian Bay Tourism