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Join us virtually at the FIRST EVER Latino Travel Fest created to gather, grow, and galvanize Latinos/x to experience the world and diversify the face of travel.

Are you ready to make your travel dreams a reality? We’ve got you covered. ¡Nos fuimos!

50+ Latinx/BIPOC experts in 16 different panels will be sharing their invaluable knowledge, and strategies to empower you to explore the world confidently. 

  • Learn new skills from travel experts from your own cultura who have traveled to every rinconcito del mundo.
  • Upgrade your travel lifestyle no matter your budget. Level up! 
  • Immerse yourself in cultural activities such as: wine tasting, cooking, dancing, and mixology classes
  • Connect with the dopest viajeros during our one-on-one video/audio networking sessions
  • Explore the digital booths for perks and discounts from our trusted partners
  • Win prizes during our giveaways, and much more!

Representation in the travel & tourism industry matters. BE PART OF THE MOVEMENT. Hurry, and get your ticket now!

Raising funds for The Dream Project 

For this Festival, The Dream Project will be the beneficiary of 10% of all sponsorship dollars contributed. For sponsors, that part of the funding will be tax-deductible. Additionally, this project marries two things I’m most passionate about: Being a former educator and being Dominican. 

DREAM Founder Michel Zaleski got started by bringing down Dartmouth College students to supplement teaching at Cabarete’s two public schools in the Dominican Republic. This effort inspired additional donors to construct classrooms, libraries and bathrooms to support the new volunteers. With the understanding that the public education system would continue to need support, DREAM built its own facilities and registered as a US and Dominican non-profit, formally establishing DREAM in 2002.

It has grown from one small community in Cabarete to 27 throughout the country, educating more than 8,000 children, youth and young adults through 17 innovative programs. Dream offers literacy, early childhood education, youth leadership, the Bachata Academy and community programs to ensure that all children and youth within our partner communities never lack access to necessary resources again.