Abinader and Collado begin presentations in Miami to promote the country in the U.S. in 2023

The Minister of Tourism, David Collado, accompanied by President Luis Abinader, held his first roadshows of the year in the United States, in an effort to attract more American tourists to the Dominican Republic.

In the presence of President Abinader and some 300 tour operators and travel agents, Minister Collado showed in this Florida city the beauty, charm and diversity of the Dominican tourism offer.

“Thanks to President Luis Abinader Corona for being with us here, showing you the best tourism proposal in the entire Caribbean region and reminding you that the Dominican Republic, without a doubt, is in fashion, because our country has it all,” Collado told hotel businessmen, travel agents and tour operators.

The official highlighted the importance of the United States for the Dominican Republic, as it is the main country of origin of tourists.

After his participation in Miami with President Abinader, the travel agents and tour operators who participated in the roadshow showed their interest in continuing to contribute so that more tourists continue to choose the Dominican Republic as their favorite vacation destination.

In addition to his presentation in Miami, Minister Collado did the same in the city of Orlando, where he also met with 250 travel agents and tour operators.

“We begin, here in Orlando, our first presentation of the year in the United States, convinced that more American tourists will continue to choose our country as their favorite vacation destination,” said Minister Collado.

The official restarted his promotional presentations in the North American market weeks after having achieved the Dominican Republic’s most successful participation in the FITUR tourism fair, which was held from January 18 to 22 in Madrid, Spain.

Source: Mitur.gob.do

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