Given the recent events that are being shared throughout the media and social networks, which have raised concerns in national and international forums, we would like to share some aspects about security at Punta Cana as a destination, in general, and at Puntacana Resort & Club, in particular.

We support the recent statement of the Ambassador of the United States of America to the Dominican Republic, Robin Bernstein, who emphasized that statistically these incidents represent very specific cases. The Dominican Republic is one of the safest tourist destinations in the Caribbean. Over 30 million tourists have visited our country in the last five years, not just for the beauty of its beaches and the comfort of its hotels, but also for the great hospitality of the Dominican people and for its safe environment.

Puntacana Resort & Club is a private and gated community, located just minutes away from the Punta Cana International Airport. It includes internationally renowned hotels such as Tortuga Bay; The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club; and Four Points by Sheraton Puntacana Village. Also, through its villa rental program, The Estates Experience, the resort offers a variety of accommodations to its visitors.

Puntacana Resort & Club has implemented rules & regulations and very strict access protocols. In addition, it maintains a perimeter security 24 hours a day, guaranteeing its guests, homeowners and visitors a pleasant and safe stay. In almost 50 years of operations, there has never been a case that has placed the security of those who visit us at risk.

We will continue working hard in order to guarantee that all of our visitors have a gratifying experience and to strive in being an example of an organized, safe and neighborly community.

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