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Collado intends to turn Santiago into a great tourist destination

Collado se propone convertir a Santiago en un gran destino turístico

By opening the 25th edition of ExpotourismMinister David Collado, announced his commitment to turn Santiago into the great tourist destination of the North region from the country.

Collado, who attended the opening of the event in the company of his work team from the Ministry of Tourism (Mitur) and the Tourism Cabinet, received a recognition of the organizers of the fair and the Santiago Tourist Destination Cluster for their efficient management at the head of the ministry and for promoting theThe recovery of the sector in the midst of the pandemic. 

The official proposed creation of a tourism development plan for Santiago to bring together the Ciudad Corazón all the potential of tourist attractions that the region has together with the joy and warmth of its people.

He stated that, “having concentrated on the recovery of our sun and beach tourism through Punta Cana, where 50% of all foreigners arriving in the country arrive, now, we have to deal with the essence, the beauty, our culture, our people and all that has Santiago and the whole Cibao".

As part of the tourism promotion plans for this city, Minister Collado announced the contribution of RD$50 million for the promotion abroad of the attractions available to the city of Corazón.

Collado invited Mayor Abel Martínez, together with Mitur and the Cluster, to draw up a joint tourism development plan for Santiago.

“We are going to develop a joint work plan and the Ministry of Tourism is going to put RD$50 million on the table to promote the city of Santiago internationally."Collado announced after thanking the recognition.

He appreciated that what has been done with the recovery of tourism has been “something transcendental and spectacular” and that it has been the result “of what happens when Dominicans come together and embrace an issue such as tourism.

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