Travel insights from Andrea Sedlacek, editor of The Compass

Apple Leisure Group Shares Service Update on the Dominican Republic

Apple Leisure Group (ALG) and its six vacation brands (Apple Vacations, Blue Sky Tours, Funjet Vacations, Southwest Vacations, Travel Impressions and United Vacations) recently shared a service update regarding reservations to the Dominican Republic. The update includes guidelines on how you can handle any changes you may need to make on reservations for the destination. It also includes a statement from the Dominican Republic's Ministry of Tourism.

ALG is frequently updating this page, so check back often to get the latest information.

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