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Can you travel to Punta Cana?

Can you travel to Punta Cana?

Do you want to know if you can travel to Punta Cana? Here you will find very useful information related to COVID-19 in the Dominican Republic and the current state of the pandemic in relation to the reopening of tourism, to help you decide if you can travel to Punta Cana in times of pandemic.

Can You Travel to Punta Cana?

Dominican tourism emerges as a leader in the arrival of tourists after the gradual reactivation of flights, the opening of hotels, restaurants and other components of the industry’s value chain after its stoppage due to Covid-19.

Can You Travel to Punta Cana?

The arrival of vaccines against Covid-19 and the gradual opening of borders during this year are key to the recovery of international tourism, the vaccination plan has been essential to restore the confidence of visitors and promote the recovery of tourism Dominican Republic, highlighting in this important process the good progress in immunization achieved in La Altagracia, the main tourist province of the country, with the Bávaro-Punta Cana area.

It should be noted that in La Altagracia province, 99.9% of the population received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine and 67.7% completed the second dose, according to the Vacúnate RD report published on their social networks.

 

Post-Covid tourists, in addition to comfort and services, look for other factors such as health, social distancing or freedom. But, in turn, they want to enjoy their vacations as much as possible as in the past, respecting capacity, schedules, security measures and with a much more ingrained conscience than in the past.

The security protocols of the Dominican tourism industry have been validated and certified by international organizations such as Bureau Veritasand the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).

  • To know about the necessary protocols and requirements, visit the following link.

Covid-19 Protocol at Punta Cana airport

Sources: Arecoa.com, Godominicanrepublic.com, Mitur.gob.do, Hosteltur.com