The number of English tourists visiting the Dominican Republic is projected to double within the next five years.

Manuel Luna, Sharon Cabral, Julia Simpson, Frank Elias Rainieri and Amauris Vásquez along with other personalities

New investments are being made in the DR to diversify the offer, which includes international hotel companies.

London, United Kingdom. The arrival of tourists to the Dominican Republic from Great Britain could double in the next five years, said Frank Elías Rainieri, president of the Punta Cana Group, at the tourism forum held during the X Dominican Week in the United Kingdom.

The businessman stated that new investments are being made in the DR to diversify the tourism offer that includes internationally renowned hotel brands, as well as the increase in air connectivity.

He also highlighted public-private collaboration in tourism as a fundamental factor for considerable growth of British tourism to the country in the coming years.

Rainieri was accompanied by Julia Simpson, president of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).

The forum was organized by the British Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic (Britcham RD) in collaboration with the Embassy of the Dominican Republic in the United Kingdom and the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Santo Domingo.

Simpson highlighted the progress of the Dominican Republic in tourism and how it has been one of the leading countries in the recovery of this sector after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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