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The historical dynamism of Dominican tourism slowed down during the first seven months of the current year and, especially in July, when the arrival of foreign visitors fell by 0.5%.

However, seen the seven months together, in the arrival of non-residents (Dominicans and foreigners), the number of visitors grew by 1.5%, and this thanks to the increase in visits by non-resident Dominicans, according to the flow report tourist published by the Central Bank.

Even so, this 1.5% growth is much lower than the 5.9% recorded during the first seven months of 2017 and 2018.

According to the Central Bank report, the arrival of non-resident foreigners by area was reduced by 90,573 passengers, compared to the arrival flow in January-July 2018.

According to the report, this fall was partially offset by an annualized increase of 15.5% in the arrival of non-resident Dominicans.

In total, during the first seven months of this year, about 4.2 million non-resident visitors arrived, including foreigners and Dominicans.

63.1% of visitors came from North America, largely the United States, where the media echoed reports of attacks and accidents in tourist areas that involved nationals of this country.

Another important flow of tourists, 20.9%, came from Europe, while 11.7% originated in South America. Also, from other regions such as Central America and the Caribbean, and from Asia, 4.0% and 0.3% arrived, respectively.

According to the Central Bank, during the first seven months of 2019, the cumulative arrival of non-resident foreigners from North America (United States, Canada and Mexico) reflected an interannual growth of 2.6%, which means that the number of additional visitors It was 56,575 people. This is so, even with the reduction in the arrival of American tourists.

Other markets for Dominican tourism are Central America and the Caribbean, which grew by 3.2%, which meant an additional 4,375 tourists.

Unfortunate campaign

As a region that emits tourists to the Dominican destination, Europe saw a decrease of 6.2%, which meant that 48,333 tourists stopped visiting the beach sands of the Dominican Republic. The markets that influenced this cut were, in order of importance, England, Germany, Russia, France, and Sweden, among others.

South America also registered a decrease, 27,359 fewer visitors, for a 6.2% drop.

The Central Bank explains that the decrease in the arrival of tourists “is essentially due to the unfortunate media campaign about some unfortunate events that occurred to tourists from the United States, in some hotels in the country, during the first half of 2019”.

He explains that this campaign caused cancellations in the air reservations scheduled by the Americans to travel to the Dominican Republic.

To this is added, according to the Central Bank, “the economic conditions and the low growth of some emitting countries in Europe and South America.”

More than three million tourists have enjoyed all the benefits offered by Puerto Plata and its people, during the period 2012-2019, according to the Presidency of the Republic.

The so-called “Atlantic Bride” has 13,830 hotel rooms accommodated for visitors. He also explains that three hotels with 936 rooms are built.

“Its strategic geographical position, in the North region; its important historical value constitutes the first European settlement in America; and the kindness of its people, have made, for decades, the province called “Bride of the Atlantic” in one of the tourist destinations preferred by both Dominicans and foreigners, “he cites.

Since 2012 “the industrious and hospitable men and women of this province have joined together with the Government and the private sector to reposition tourism and continue to fall in love with more Dominicans and foreigners from Sosúa, Playa Dorada, Cofresí, Maimón, Cafemba, Playa Grande , Cabarete, Long Beach and Longbichito. ”

These beaches have established the Dominican Republic in the heart and in the affections of those who enjoy water sports such as surfing, windsurfing, kite or sailing.

It details that 1.7 million cruise passengers have been received by the Amber Cove Port, left operational in November 2015.

In addition, the Government has begun the construction of the new Puerto Plata Multipurpose Port; they relaunched the Playa Dorada hotel complex and remodeled 8 of its 10 hotels. “We built the Amphitheater La Puntilla, on the Malecon of Puerto Plata; Also, we are building the Green World apartment project in the complex. We build and equip the new CESTUR detachment. ”


The results of that commission have not yet been released, but according to information obtained by Diario Libre, it is only waiting for the Executive Branch to issue a decree or give the format considered to what is thrown by the commission.

“The technical work is over, that’s already in the hands of the authorities. We participate in technical discussions as an advisory body, ”explains Andrés Marranzini Grullón, executive vice president of the Hotel and Tourism Association of the Dominican Republic (Asonahores).

At the level of legislation, Marranzini added that the sector is working well, but points out that there are several issues that have been working for years in terms of permisology. He also warns that it is not good to overregulate it because the tourism sector “is very sensitive.”

“It is important that the regulation is precise and that it facilitates the business and improves regulatory aspects … and they are basic legal rules, that is, the property guarantee, labor regulations, foreign investment scheme, its tax exemptions,” he explained.

He reiterated that “maybe” touch a review, but with all the actors involved. “I think that we are fine, that is, it works in different regulations, decrees and laws, but that affect the sector directly. The law is old and can be improved. ” The organic law of the sector is number 541.

On its side, the Ministry of Tourism (Mitur) explained through a document that the measures being implemented in the country to strengthen the confidence and security of tourists visiting the country are: emergency tourist centers, access Immediate to emergency information and strengthening inspection programs for hotels and other resorts.

He adds that through the Department of Business Services of the Mitur, it is strengthening its inspection programs and significantly increasing compliance standards in tourist destinations. In this effort it is emphasized that hotels must provide inspectors in more detail with their food and beverage management protocols, practices that hotel and tourist establishments have always developed.

Report

On January 28, 2019, President Danilo Medina issued decree number 47-19, through which he instructed 12 State institutions, headed by the Ministry of Tourism, to make a diagnosis of tourism security challenges and Prepare a report with a strategy proposal to strengthen security in the sector. The required report had a period of no more than three months to be delivered to President Medina.