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Dominican Republic tourists arrivals rose 8%

Dominican Republic tourists arrivals rose 8%

Santo Domingo.- Tourist arrivals to the Dominican Republic rose 8% in February compared to the same period in 2018, the Central Bank reported. According to its website, the country received 604,977 non-resident foreign and Dominican passengers by air, or 44,998 more than in the same period the previous year. It ...

More tourists are flocking to the Bahamas than ever before

More tourists are flocking to the Bahamas than ever before

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation reported historic visitor numbers for 2018 and 2019, according to TravelPulse After the devastation of Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017, islands in the Caribbean, including the Bahamas, had to rebuild as tourists seemed to stay away shortly after the devastation. Many islands ...

Saint Lucia reports 1.2 million of tourists arrivals

Saint Lucia reports 1.2 million of tourists arrivals

The government of Saint Lucia reported tourism arrivals increased in 2018 with 1.2 million tourists, including 800,000 cruise passengers and growth of 10.2 percent and expected through March 31, the influx of an additional 125,434 travellers. Minister for tourism, Dominic Fedee said that “everything possible is being done to ensure ...

It’s official: The Santo Domingo Malecón will be a tourist priority

The Malecón of Santo Domingo will be a priority tourist and recreational area of ​​the city through Ordinance number 3-19 released by the Council of Aldermen of the Chapter Hall of the National District. The ordinance further authorizes the mayor of the District, David Collado, to make the number of ...

Other countries will benefit from Mexico’s decision to withdraw tourism marketing funds

Other countries will benefit from Mexico’s decision to withdraw tourism marketing funds

Mexico’s decision to disband its tourism marketing agency will benefit other holiday destinations in the region, according to industry experts. Bill Geist, CEO of Wisconsin-based tourism consultancy firm DMOproz, told the travel news website Skift that the government’s decision to eliminate the Tourism Promotion Council (CPTM) was “a headscratcher,” and ...