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November 11, 2014
  • Arrivals up 14% in October 2014
  • Marc Anthony marries in Casa de Campo on 11 November
  • Puerto Plata's Isabel de Torres ranked high by USA Today
  • Flight agreement signed with UAE
  • Avianca to fly direct to Lima from Punta Cana
Arrivals up 14% in October 2014
Minister of Tourism Francisco Javier Garcia has announced the good news that travel to the Dominican Republic was up 14% in October 2014. The month's statistics released by the Central Bank indicate that 39,726 more travelers visited the country during October.
The accumulated growth for the year is 9.7%, which is well above the average growth rate of 5.9% that the World Tourism Organization has registered for the region. See tourism statistics at
Marc Anthony marries in Casa de Campo on 11 November
46-year old Puerto Rican singer Marc Anthony is marrying 26-year old Venezuelan model Shannon de Lima this evening, Tuesday 11 November 2014 in Casa de Campo, in the southeastern province of La Romana. Anthony has a home at the luxury residential and vacation complex.
Shannon de Lima appears in Marc Anthony's most recent video of "Flor palida" that includes scenes filmed in La Romana.
Dominican singer Juan Luis Guerra is expected to perform at the wedding festivities. Anthony and Guerra are on tour together in "Gigantes 2" that ends in Costa Rica on 4 December 2014.
This is Anthony's third marriage. He has also been married to former Puerto Rican Miss Universe Dayanara Torres and to singer Jennifer Lopez.
Puerto Plata's Isabel de Torres ranked high by USA Today
USA Today has included the hike up Mount Isabel de Torres in Puerto Plata on the north coast among the most scenic hikes in the Caribbean. The hike starts from 120 meters above sea level to the top of the mountain at 800 meters. The trek is about 4 km through winding trails covered by jungle-like foliage and where butterflies, birds and flora can be seen in their natural state. The good news is that a cable car ride can be taken to return to Puerto Plata.
Flight agreement signed with UAE
Dominican Civil Aviation Board (JAC) president Captain Roger Jover and director general of the General Civil Aviation Authority for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Saif Mohamed Al Suwaidi have signed an Agreement for Aviation Services between both countries in Dubai, UAE. This follows the open skies agreement signed between both countries in 2009.
The new agreement allows both countries to connect via commercial airlines carrying passengers, tourists and goods.
The ceremony took place last week at the head office of the General Civil Aviation Authority in Dubai, in the presence of the Dominican Ambassador to the UAE, Clara Martinez Thedy de Safa, the director general of the JAC, Alejandro Herrera, the deputy advisor to the Executive Branch, Jose Pantaleon and the commercial advisor to the Dominican Embassy in the UAE, Miguel Llenas.
The deputy director general of the UAE Civil Aviation Authority, Saeed Mohammed Al Suwaidi was also present, along with Air Transport Department director Captain Khalid Humaid Al Ali, and the diplomatic attache from the Ministry of Foreign Relations in the UAE, Ahmed Al Mulla.
Avianca to fly direct to Lima from Punta Cana
Colombian airline Avianca is announcing direct flights from the Peruvian capital to Punta Cana as of 2 January 2015.
There will be four flights a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays leaving Lima at 10:22am. The flight's duration is around four hours and the return flights will leave Punta Cana at 5:14pm.
Avianca will fly an Airbus A320, carrying 150 passengers.
Avianca already has daily flights from Punta Cana and Santo Domingo to Bogota.
The Punta Cana International Airport now offers facilities for travelers from South America to transit at the airport for flights to Europe and other countries.

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