The Association of Health Tourism (ADTS) of Dominican Republic joined Termatalia Brasil as an exhibitor at the fair in September 2018 in Foz do Iguaçu.
An ADTS speak person said the association objective is promotes the position of Dominican Republic as a sustainable destination for health and wellness tourism.
DR. Héctor López, was one of the speakers of the scientific program of Termatalia framed in the XIII International Meeting on Water and Health.
The Dominican Association of Health Tourism (ADTS is a non-profit entity that promotes the Dominican Republic as an ideal destination for sustainable health tourism, taking into account the best national and international health and safety care practices.
The celebration of the 1st Latin American Meeting of Thermalism was one of the novelties of the new edition of Termatalia.
Under the motto “The Energy of the Waters” the International Fair of Thermal Tourism, Health and Welfare acted as a dynamic agent of the health tourism sector worldwide, placing the main focus on the enhancement of natural resources such as Water.
Reference for thermal development
Those attending this meeting agreed to highlight the value of the “Termatalia” brand as a reference for thermal development, especially in Latin America, as well as the international projection that the fair has achieved in this continent, which will serve as an “umbrella” for Spanish companies, and especially Galician, who bet to participate in the fair.
ADTS promotes health centers and specialists that have the appropriate standards, endorsements and certifications, in order to guarantee the quality of services and a positive experience for health tourists in the country.
The association consider a priority to develop the Caribbean region as a destination for consolidated health and well-being tourism through a collaborative alliance.
Foz do Iguaçu is the Brazilian city on the border of Iguaçu Falls. The city is the 7th largest in the state of Paraná. The city is characterized by tourism and cultural diversity. There are about 80 nationalities, being the most representative from Italy, Portugal, Lebanon, China, Paraguay and Argentina.
Foz do Iguaçu is integrated into a tri-national region, bordering the Argentine city of Puerto Iguazú and the Paraguayan city of Ciudad del Este. The city’s economy is based on tourism, with emphasis on trade and services.
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