Mitur will reinforce measures to preserve tourism in Puerto Plata

The Northern Regional Office of the Ministry of Tourism (Mitur) will present upcoming measures aimed at strengthening tourism activity on the North Coast.

In view of the growth registered in recent months, and the even more positive projections, Mitur, together with entities of the public and private sectors of the destination, have announced a series of regulations that will be implemented in the coming days to ensure a quality experience to all visitors who choose the destination Puerto Plata for tourism.

Cab drivers, guides, artisans and other tourism service providers participated in a meeting led by the Northern Regional Director of Tourism, Atahualpa Paulino, together with Edgar González, Director of Business and Services of Mitur, who explained that inspections will be carried out in commercial establishments, especially in the Historic Center of the city.

They will also demand up-to-date operating licenses, as a way of continuing to ensure that the services received by tourists are fair and optimal, thus preserving the proper functioning of the tourism value chain in the destination of Puerto Plata.

The meeting was also attended by the provincial governor, Claritza Rochtte de Senior; the municipal mayor, Diomedes García; Anicasio Guillén Guzmán, inspector of the Northern Regional Tourist Police (Politur); the director of the Northern Regional of the National Police, Jorge Luis Galán Guerrero.

In addition, the head of the Mitur office in Puerto Plata, Yokasta Almonte; the president of the Puerto Plata Destination Tourism Cluster (CTDPP), Birgitt Heinsen and Mileyka Brugal, president of the Chamber of Commerce and the Puerto Plata Industrial Free Zone, among other authorities and representatives of entities linked to the sector.

Source: Arecoa.com

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