Real Estate Tourism: The next step in the country’s tourism evolution

Source: El Nuevo Diario  by Juan Feliz

Over the years, the Dominican Republic has established itself as a solid and dominant tourist destination in the entire region. It is no coincidence that in recent years it has become common to see world-renowned figures choose our land as the venue for their vacations. In short, our tourist boom is not by chance; rather it is due to the innumerable amount of natural settings of extraordinary beauty in the country, such as beaches, rivers, mountains, valleys, and sometimes even deserts. It could be said without fear of misunderstanding that the slogan “The Dominican Republic has it all” fits like a glove.

The real estate tourism option has been developed in places such as the United States, Spain, Mexico, Canada, Dubai, Qatar, among others. The truth is that this is a powerful option, and it should be the next step in high-quality tourism. the acquisition of a property has the peculiarity that ties the owner to the land, and once he is “tied”, that owner becomes part of the property purchased forever.

It is an unquestionable truth that real estate tourism is the perfect complement to hotel tourism in most countries. This wealth-forging entity generates thousands of indirect jobs and also allows the foreign investor not only to invest in our country but also to be a regular visitor to our nation. From then on, this real estate tourism investor becomes a perennial activator of the economy.

The truth is that the Dominican Republic has a large number of tourist destinations that have more than enough conditions to compete in the real estate tourism sector at an international level; There are clear examples of this, such as the Cap Cana destination city project, which coincidentally celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

Cap Cana ho is establishing itself as one of the most reliable destinations and perhaps the main standard-bearer in the region of investment in real estate tourism, with a range of offers, ranging from sumptuous villas to luxury apartments, for which An investment of more than 3,000 million dollars was made to date.