The Minister of Tourism, David Collado, announced this Saturday the reconstruction and rescue of the La Caleta National Underwater Park in the province of Santo Domingo.
The official made the announcement after making a visit to La Caleta park to coordinate the start of the work with technicians from the Ministry of Tourism.
“La Caleta Park will be the first and last stop for Dominicans and tourists in Santo Domingo. One more corner of the Dominican Republic that we are going to protect and promote,” said Minister Collado.
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He informed that the recovery of this park contemplates the renovation of the museum, restaurant and parking lots, in addition to the conditioning of roads, the pier and the different recreational areas such as the beach and the diving area.
He indicated that the work is part of an urban planning vision and the recovery of emblematic public spaces in tourist areas that MITUR is carrying out.
Size of the Project
The project to be executed by the Executing Committee for Infrastructures in Tourist Zones (CEIZTUR)
includes the reconstruction of the La Caleta underwater national park and its surroundings, La Caleta municipal district, Santo Domingo province, with a projected intervention divided into six zones, with a general intervention area of approximately 119,925.5 square meters.