New guide “Go Samaná” is presented

With the objective of providing material that invites national and foreign travelers to enjoy the destination and its attractions, the Samaná Tourism Cluster (CTS) and the Association of Hotels and Tourism Companies of Samaná (AHETSA), launched the fourth edition of the “Go Samaná” Tourist Guide.

The publication offers updated information to tourists about the experiences they can enjoy in the destination, about its historical and architectural heritage, its gastronomy and its cultural agenda, with its three municipalities such as: Santa Barbara, Las Terrenas and Sanchez and its municipal districts: El Limon, Las Galeras and Arroyo Barril.

“Samaná is a destination with an enormous natural and cultural wealth. Its paradisiacal beaches, beautiful landscapes, and the magical nature of its protected areas stand out, which can be complemented with the observation of flora and fauna such as the arrival of whales and the observation of endemic birds”, said the president of the CTS, Jesús Durán.

He also thanked the great support of prestigious companies that bet on the continuous growth of the province, especially the tourism of the region.

Juan Bancalari, president of AHETSA, said that “our guide is the tool par excellence that shows all tourists what Samaná has to offer and makes them live an unforgettable vacation, enjoying what this exuberant Caribbean paradise, located in the northeast of the Dominican Republic, has to offer, such as its history, culture, gastronomy, natural resources, palm forests, beautiful beaches and much more”, he explained.

We seek to continue to captivate “travelers interested in transforming and changing their perspectives on travel, and whose values are precisely aligned with the sustainable tourism approach that Samaná promotes,” he said.

The 52-page, beautifully designed guide was published in English and Spanish and will be distributed locally, as well as at international fairs where the Dominican Republic and Samaná participate. The publication can also be accessed through the Cluster’s website: www.gosamana.com and its social networks: samana (facebook) and gosamana (instagram).

Source: Proceso.com

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