Dominican Republic Travel Marches Towards Seven Million Visitors Mark

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Jun 29. Implementing a COVID entry policy that stages included state-funded visitor travel insurance during the pandemic’s early stages, the Dominican Republic is authoring a strong tourism rebound after hosting more than 2.2 million visitors in the first four months of 2022.

The Dominican Republic expects to host seven million land-based and cruise ship visitors in 2022 said government officials at the recent Dominican Annual Travel Exchange (DATE) conference.

The rebound comes following the government’s implementation of policies intended to attract visitors following the March 2020 pandemic’s outset, they said.

“We closed the best month of April in the history of Dominican Republic tourism,” David Collado, the country’s minister of tourism said at DATE, “with over 600,000 tourists, surpassing any April in the country’s history.”

He added, “We broke records [for] the greatest entry of foreigners in the history of Dominican tourism, 736,000 people. May will undoubtedly be the best in the history of the Dominican Republic’s tourism.”

Source: Travel Pulse

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