Last 2022, 8.5 million tourists arrived in the country.
The Dominican Republic will reach a historic record when a total of 10 million tourists arrive in its territory in 2023.
The data was announced this Sunday by the Minister of Tourism, David Collado, during the “Tourism in every corner” conference held in Moca.
He also pointed out that last 2022, 8.5 million tourists arrived in the country. To this and other aspects, he attributed that the World Tourism Organization (WTO), recognized the Dominican Republic as the number one country in the recovery of tourism worldwide.
Collado affirmed that Dominican tourism stands out in Germany, England, Spain, the United States, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil and other countries. “We have raised the flag of the Dominican Republic high. Our country is in fashion and shining throughout the world,” he said.
Espaillat exhibits its attractions as a destination in “Tourism in every corner”.
With an extensive program of activities to showcase the attractions of the Espaillat province, “Tourism in every corner” was celebrated.
In the Ramón Cáceres Park, the gastronomic, natural, historical, cultural and ecotourism potential of this destination was showcased.
The Minister of Tourism, David Collado, led the event and proclaimed that “tourism has arrived in Moca. Today begins the route of tourism in Moca, without stopping and without pause”.
Collado toured the Ramón Cáceres Park, shared and received impressions from painters, artisans, small entrepreneurs and gastronomic specialists, to whom he reiterated his support for the promotion of tourism in Espaillat. “Being here is the vision of the present Government and of the President of the Republic Luis Abinader Corona”, he declared.
About “Tourism in every corner”
“Turismo en cada Rincón” is the first platform for the promotion and support of local tourism, with a focus on sustainability and inclusion. It was officially launched on August 3, 2022, during an event led by President Luis Abinader and Minister Collado.
The campaign seeks coherence between the knowledge of domestic tourism products and the development of communities, inviting all Dominicans to get to know their country and enjoy all its attractions.
The first activation was held in the Hermanas Mirabal province, followed by Monseñor Nouel and María Trinidad Sánchez, also holding a special meeting at the “Son de KeKa”, in Santiago.