Mayor-elect Eric Adams is leaving the "Somos el Futuro" conference in Puerto Rico on Sunday and heading for another Caribbean destination.

Adams will travel to the Dominican Republic to meet with business leaders and members of the legislature there.

The current Brooklyn borough president pledged to make a visit to the island shortly after his election. He is delivering on that promise next week, after spending several days in San Juan at the conference, where a flurry of political activity takes place every year after the election.

Sources confirmed Adams is scheduled to meet members of the Domincan House of Representatives.

Adams is making the trip in his official capacity as mayor-elect. During his campaign for mayor, Adams heavily courted Dominican New Yorkers and Latinos.

Sources said he now wants to travel to the country to talk about economic partnerships with the city, as well as the relationship between New York City and the Dominican people, which make up the largest share of Latinos in the city.

Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, one of Adams' most reliable surrogates in the race, is expected to make the trip with him. Rodriguez represents parts of Northern Manhattan, which is home to a large Dominican community.

Adams is expected to arrive in the country Sunday and stay through Tuesday before heading back to the city.