LONDON, March 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Commonwealth of Dominica The Safe in Nature certification program has successfully enabled tourism to resume on the island in a managed manner that prioritizes the safety of visitors and citizens. The program, which started in October, allows visitors to come Dominica and experience the island with the low risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus while still enjoying everything the nation has to offer. With tourism as the main driver of Dominica From an economic point of view, the “Safe in Nature” program also enables the island to support its stakeholders affected by the pandemic.
Dominica has ensured that its logs and guidelines are continuously updated based on the travel advisory. The requirements of the visitors depend on the risk factor – with Dominica Categorization of low, medium or high risk countries. If travelers come from a high risk ration, they must quarantine themselves in one of the certified hotels with managed experience for the first five to seven days.
Since its inception, the initiative has been hailed as a “success” by both visitors and operators on the island. Colin PiperThe tourism director recently addressed this in a government program: “Since October 1We had 1,678 visitors from high risk countries staying in certified properties. So the program was successful. “
During the government program, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Lisa Valmond, pointed out the importance of centering security in all tourism protocols. “”Dominica is unique and beautiful, partly because of it, but I think during the pandemic they feel safe that their hosts are protecting them and the country too. ”
Visitors who want to make their stay a little more permanent can do so by investing in it Citizenship through investment program. The initiative encourages wealthy individuals to do so invest in the nation or Purchase in selected properties in exchange for second citizenship. Successful applicants receive citizenship after a rigorous multi-stage verification process and can apply for a second passport to gain access to over 140 countries and territories around the world.
Apart from increased travel mobility, second citizenship of Dominica offers you the right to live, work and study in the nation if you so choose. In addition, it promotes a healthy business environment while protecting the lush natural landscape, which has earned it the title “Nature Isle of the CaribbeanFunds derived from the program will be invested in national development, including Dominica Search to become the world’s first climate-resilient nation.
SOURCE CS Global Partners