Is It Dangerous to Travel to the Dominican Republic? The Six Most Important Travel Facts


At the start of summer, the U.S. State Department issued a travel advice for the Dominican Republic, one of the most visited countries in the Caribbean.

Nonetheless, despite safety concerns, it has maintained its status as a prominent tourist destination.

In the first three months of this year, over seven million people traveled here for a relaxing beach vacation.

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Since Punta Cana and other popular tourist destinations have seen relatively low crime rates, the hotel sector fought against the recommendation.

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Which government do you intend to trust? The U.S.? Maybe even the Dominican Republic? It is up to individual tourists to make up their minds.

In a speech earlier this summer, President Luis Abinader of the Dominican Republic deemed the travel recommendations to be "unjustified," arguing that tourists are not victims.

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