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June 21, 2016
  • Travelers reached 2.5-million mark in May
  • Polo at Casa de Campo
  • Secrets Cap Cana set for 15 November opening
  • Medical tourism announces September Congress
Travelers reached 2.5-million mark in May
A new annual record for arrivals in the first five months of the year has been set, with 2,526,564 travelers by air in 2016, up 148,216 travelers compared to 2015. A new record number of travelers is also expected for the end of year.
Travel to the Dominican Republic in May was up 4.9% in May compared to May 2015, according to the Central Bank statistics department. An additional 20,354 passengers arrived by air to the Punta Cana International Airport, for a total of 437,338 non-resident travelers, including Dominican and foreign tourists. For non-Dominican tourists, the total was 4.7% for 16,772 additional visitors.
So far this year, numbers of non-resident travelers have increased consistently: January (7.7%), February (8.4%), March (5.2%), April (4.9%), May (4.9%) for an average 6.2% growth rate this year.
The Central Bank attributes the good year to the health economy in the United States, the main source market for tourism to the Dominican Republic. Unemployment in the United States is at a low 4.7%.
The Central Bank says that 58.9% of travel is from the United States and Canada and Mexico, 20.3% from Europe, 15.3% from South America, 5.3% from Central America and the Caribbean and 0.2% from the rest of the world.
66.2% of travelers arrived via the Punta Cana International Airport. In the first five months of the year, 1,472,770 visitors arrived via Punta Cana, up 4.6% compared to the same period in 2015.
94.8% of tourists described themselves as coming for leisure.
Polo at Casa de Campo
The Second Polo Challenge Summer Tournament is being held in Casa de Campo from 2 to 10 July 2016. Both Open and Handicap Cups will be played on the Casa de Campo Polo Fields. To take part, contact Casa de Campo on 809 723-7353.
During a recent presentation at the Guards Polo Club in Windsor Park, Casa de Campo president Rafael Torres announced that the Polo Challenge RD would take place again in 2017. The Alto Handicap Polo Challenge RD will take place January to March 2017. The presentation coincided with the semi-finals of the prestigious Queen's Cup, one of the most glamorous polo competitions in the world.
Secrets Cap Cana set for 15 November opening
Construction is well underway on another adults-only all-inclusive for the Punta Cana area. The 457-suites Secrets Cap Cana luxury hotel is expected to open on 15 November 2016. It will be the second Secrets-branded hotel in Punta Cana. The other is the Secrets Royal Beach in El Cortecito area of central Punta Cana.
The hotel is located in the Juanillo Beach area of Cap Cana in southern Punta Cana. A US$160 million investment, it is part of the AmResorts hotel chain that operates the Zoetry, Secrets, Breathless, Dreams, Now and Sunscape branded resorts in the Punta Cana area.
Medical tourism announces September Congress
The Ministry of Tourism's health tourism division director Wendy Sanchez Imbert has announced that the third International Congress for Health Tourism and Wellness, organized by the Dominican Health Tourism Association (ADTS), will take place on 1-2 September 2016 at the Jaragua Renaissance Hotel in Santo Domingo. The platform serves the growing health tourism sector.
Upon making the announcement, Sanchez highlighted the growing strength of the medical and health tourism sector. ADTS president Alejandro Cambiaso said that the event was aimed at exchanging best practices and experiences and at promoting the country as a health tourism destination and therefore ideal for the development of retiree communities.
http://adtusalud.org/centros-de-salud/

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