Toronto-based public relations and digital marketing firm Faulhaber will represent the Dominican Republic tourism this winter, the company has announced.
Beyond the all-inclusive resorts, the agency shared that the Dominican Republic beckons with its rich culture, diverse geography, and warm hospitality, ranking among the top three countries globally in post-pandemic recovery.
Why the Dominican Republic?
According to the agency, the numbers speak for themselves:
Canada's Resilient Recovery:
o Canada is #2 in sending travellers to the Dominican Republic, with a remarkable 1 million residents travelling to the stunning destination in the last year.
o 92% of travellers from Canada to the Dominican Republic would recommend the destination to others.
o 5 out of 10 travellers indulged in activities outside their accommodations, showcasing a desire for diverse experiences.
o A 9% increase in airline ticket reservations from October to December 2022 compared to the same period in 2023.
o New flights were recently added from Canada to the Dominican Republic with Arajet, Sunwing and Air Canada.
o The Dominican Republic holds the prestigious position of being #1 in the Caribbean.
In addition to its all-year-round offering, Dominican Republic said it has recently launched its Winter Campaign, Change The Season.
The new campaign aims to capture the imagination of travellers encouraging them to escape the winter cold by embarking on an adventure to the Dominican Republic.
“This campaign embodies the essence of our Caribbean paradise and our unwavering commitment to embracing travelers. It’s an invitation to escape winter and uncover the perpetual summer we provide,” said David Collado Morales, Minister of Tourism of the Dominican Republic. ‘Change The Season' is a testament to our commitment to providing an unforgettable experience in our Caribbean paradise.”