Friday, December 5, 2014

Nature spurs Dominican Republic’s tourism boom

More than one million local and foreign tourists have visited Dominican Republic’s numerous protected areas this year, which the authorities say results from improved infrastructure and an ambitious plan to identify and promote them. The Environment and Natural Resources Ministry said the figure is increasing, according to managers and tour operators with excursions to nature reserves such as Los Haitises, Mirador del Este, the 27 Falls of Damajagua and Jima in the José Armando Bermúdez National Park.

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