Firm steps continue to be taken to strengthen tourism

Dominican government continues to take firm steps to strengthen tourism

Improvement of beach infrastructures guarantees the visit of more national and foreign tourists.

With the firm conviction that tourism is the main sector that strengthens the national economy, President Luis Abinader and the Minister of Tourism, David Collado, presented the plan for the Improvement of the Services Infrastructure at Palenque Beach, with an investment of almost one hundred million pesos.

This work is framed within the program of refurbishment of the country’s beaches, which aims to create decent and safe spaces for domestic and foreign tourists to enjoy a healthy recreation, in addition, promote an improvement in merchants and thus strengthening the economy in the localities.

“This will mark a before and after for those who visit this beach and especially for small vendors,” said Minister Collado.

He expressed that in his administration “tourism has a human face”, since all the actions taken by the Ministry of Tourism benefit the entire value chain.

The work will be executed through the Executing Committee for Infrastructure in Tourist Zones (CEIZTUR) of the Ministry of Tourism (MITUR).

This project covers an intervention area of 4,200 square meters, which will include an access plaza of 972 square meters, an integration plaza of 408 square meters and a 427 square meter table area.

It will consist of 18 food sales modules with all their equipment (stove, sink, freezer, tables, chairs and stools), divided into several types: nine category 1, one category 2 and eight category 3.

The table area will consist of 3 modules of 126.27 meters each, with capacity for 180 people in total.

The Palenque beach services infrastructure improvement project will also include restrooms, a security area, an exercise area, children’s areas, lighting, signage, etc.

It will also have a parking space giving access to the Tourist Police (POLITUR) detachment.

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