Tourist route between the Dominican Republic and Panama

Costa Rican President highlights DR’s tourism potential and proposes a tourist route that includes Panama

The President of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves, proposed the need and importance of creating a tourist route between his country, the Dominican Republic and Panama so that European, Canadian, American and other tourists from all over the world can enjoy a complementary tourist offer taking advantage of the beauties of these destinations in a single package.

Interviewed by Moisés González of the newspaper Despertar Nacional, within the framework of the Summit of the Central American Integration System, held in the city of Santiago de Los Caballeros, the Costa Rican president said that his country, Panama and the Dominican Republic have multiple attractions and a unique tourist offer, oriented to sustainable tourism and a climate of security that attracts tourists.

“I believe that tourist destinations are no longer just Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic or the Gulf of Papagayo in Costa Rica, which is our equivalent, I am of the opinion that we should create a route complementing our natural beauties,” said Chaves.

He expressed that the Dominican Republic has beautiful beaches, Costa Rica has volcanoes of which 7 are active, a jungle and forest coverage of 57% of the national territory, he also said that “when people feel safe they appreciate being welcomed and well served”, said the president of Costa Rica.

The Costa Rican president indicated that with this route or tourist circuit between Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic and Panama will be able to demonstrate different comparative and complementary advantages, offering a more valuable package for those who come from far away.

Development Alliance in Democracy

Rodrigo Chaves highlighted the importance of the Alliance for Development in Democracy, which includes the Dominican Republic, Panama, Costa Rica and Ecuador,
“I understand that it is very important to show the world that in Latin America there are societies like the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Panama and Ecuador, where there is freedom of expression and press, and a deep democracy and also a personal note of happy people who are excellent hosts and this is manifested in the tourism that both Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic share, this industry that is manifested in foreign direct investment, free trade zones and nearshoring.

The President of Costa Rica described as “successful” the celebration in the city of Santiago de los Caballeros, the VI Meeting of Heads of State and Government of the member countries of the Central American Integration System (SICA).

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