USA Today newspaper highlights why tourists should visit DR

The media recounts the places vacationers should visit.

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USA Today highlighted that the Dominican Republic is a safe place for tourists and gave several reasons why Americans should visit the country.

The publication indicates that vacationers who still hesitate to travel to Punta Cana should not turn their backs on the country since it has much more to offer.

In the report, USA highlights the Colonial City as one of the options to visit. This historic area of Santo Domingo has restaurants and outdoor cafés, museums and more historic buildings.

In addition, it puts in its list of places to visit, the beaches of Puerto Plata and Sosúa, “which are resurfacing in recent years because of the investments made in them.”

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But there is also the famous Puerto Plata Cable Car that offers a trip to the Isabel de Torres hill. Another of the cities that USA Today recommends visiting is Santiago and highlights the center of it and know how cigars are made.

Another reference point that the newspaper stands out is the Duarte peak to be scaled.

Likewise, another place that stands out within the writing is the Samaná peninsula which, he says, is very popular among European vacationers seeking Caribbean vibes.

It also enhances the observations of humpback whales that can be made on-site in a given season.

As for the south, it distinguishes the ecosystem of Lake Enriquillo with its saltwater, where crocodiles can be observed in their natural habitat.

In the end, the paper regrets that travelers were afraid to travel to the Dominican Republic.

In the middle of this year, tourism in the Dominican Republic was affected by information from several American tourists who died from unknown causes.

However, afterward, the autopsy and toxicological reports made by the FBI determined that tourists died of natural causes, confirming what was said by the Dominican authorities.

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