Blu Terrenas: a project to preserve the environment with different tourist techniques
Because it is considered one of the most beautiful places in the Dominican Republic, due to its nature and beautiful beaches, Tayrona Capital Group chose the city of Las Terrenas to develop its sustainable tourism project in the Caribbean, “Blu Terrenas”.
This will focus on being a “sustainable” project that is responsible for conserving the environment but at the same time favoring both social and economic growth for the inhabitants of Las Terrenas.
The main objective is to start a construction that integrates with nature so as not to generate negative environmental impacts, since it would affect the project as such.
It will have a total extension of three million square meters, from the beach to the hills, and will also connect Avenida 27 de Febrero with Boulevard del Atlántico with public streets donated to the community.
Likewise, it will have an 85,000 square meter shopping center open to the public, with local and international stores, adding restaurants and an amphitheater over the water with a capacity for 2,500 people.
Speaking of cultural charms, the project will include a museum, the first in the country’s evolutionary history, 3D movie theaters and, as if that were not enough, a craft market to offer an exhibition platform for local artists.
It also adds a fire station available to the entire community, a sports center with different types of courts and the first congress center in the area.
Another thing that is added to the list is an academy that will be in charge of preparing the young people of Las Terrenas in the tourism and hotel field for free, they will be prepared every six months with a nationally and internationally recognized teaching staff.
Through this, 30 young people will be prepared as future hotel managers, chefs, A&B, Maintenance, Housekeepers, and others.
In the same way, it will include a hotel with 480 rooms, these 5-star luxury, villas and townhouses, these located on the beachfront and 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments that will border a lazy river certified as the longest in the world. world.
Being this an eco-friendly project, the roofs of all parking lots and buildings will be prepared with solar panels to offer electricity in common areas and public streets.
Inside it will have a natural park of almost 1 million meters to preserve the existing micro-habitat on the property.
It is expected, as part of its differentiation, to allocate a strip of land for crops and other organic production that can be used in the hotel and sold in stores.
Blu Terrenas is fully financed by the Tayrona Group, which owns more than 80 hotels in the world. The same group that will be in charge of the operational management of the project.