Dominican Republic tourism soars above COVID Storm

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The good health of Dominican Republic tourism was exhibited yesterday in Madrid, Spain, on the first day of the agenda prior to the inauguration this Wednesday of the 42nd edition of the International Tourism Fair (Fitur), with the participation of almost 7,000 companies and 107 countries.

The Dominican Republic, which is participating this year as a partner country in Fitur, had the best month of September, October, November and December in its history in 2021, after a progressive recovery after the closure due to the pandemic.

Dominican Republic Tourism
David Collado

According to data from the Dominican Ministry of Tourism offered in the first week of 2022, only in December of last year 728,335 tourists arrived in the country, while in the last quarter of 2021 1,691,667 travelers did so.

This Monday, the Dominican Minister of Tourism, David Collado, defined the Dominican Republic as the “strongest economy in Latin America” ​​due to the “rapid recovery” that its tourism experienced, after the impact of the pandemic.

Spain, on the first day of the agenda prior to the inauguration this Wednesday of the 42nd edition of the International Tourism Fair (Fitur), with the participation of almost 7,000 companies and 107 countries.

The Dominican Republic, which is participating this year as a partner country in Fitur, had the best month of September, October, November and December in its history in 2021, after a progressive recovery after the closure due to the pandemic.

According to data from the Dominican Ministry of Tourism offered in the first week of 2022, only in December of last year 728,335 tourists arrived in the country, while in the last quarter of 2021 1,691,667 travelers did so.

This Monday, the Dominican Minister of Tourism, David Collado, defined the Dominican Republic as the “strongest economy in Latin America” ​​due to the “rapid recovery” that its tourism experienced, after the impact of the pandemic

Dominican Republic flexes its tourism muscle in Madrid  Dominican Today


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