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Destination City Cap Cana expands its tourist proposal - Dominican Travel Pro

From a marina through a great golf course to one of the most beautiful natural springs in the Dominican Republic, the Cap Cana Destination City offers memorable experiences for tourists who want to vacation and stay long in the country.

Without neglecting its goal of preserving its beautiful natural environment, Cap Cana will put 900 rooms into operation, thus completing some 8,300 rooms throughout the destination. With the inauguration of these rooms, the business group estimates the integration of new unique, exclusive gastronomic proposals for its visitors and cultural points of interest for their enjoyment.

Seeking to diversify the typical concept of sun and beach, the Destination City Cap Cana offers complementary amenities such as: spending a day in a theme park, enjoying an adventure integrated into nature, being surrounded by unique architecture, and a pleasant and safe environment in an integrated community. With all these qualities, diversity, natural attributes, and being a sustainable destination, Cap Cana has become one of the most desired by tourists.

In its commitment to offer the best experiences and continue to be the preferred destination for tourists who spend short and medium seasons in our country, the Cap Cana tourist complex is again present at FITUR (International Tourism Fair). From this fair, which is a leader for receptive and issuing markets in Latin America, they not only promote their brand and attract new customers but also learn about new trends and products and create alliances.

Starting from there, for 2023 at FITUR, a cocktail has been prepared for more than 100 Spanish investors to expand the real estate tourism offer to new markets.

“Achieving synergies with new Spanish investors and continuing to work together with the Dominican State for the conservation and consolidation of our vital industry without chimneys, such as Dominican real estate tourism,” is Cap Cana’s goal at the international fair, according to Jorge Subero, executive president of Cap Cana.

Faithful to its original purpose, through various activities at FITUR, the complex will promote the diversification of tourism in the Dominican Republic, showing the beauty of our island, the exotic places that abound in it, and what characterizes us most outside of here, the heat of our people.

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