Ten buildings will be reconstructed, including two schools.
Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic. – After the passage of Hurricane Fiona through the country many homes were affected, therefore, the sustainable tourism project, Blu Terrenas, is in solidarity with the community and begins the reconstruction of 10 houses.
Oscar de Castro, marketing director of Blu Terrenas, stated that “Las Terrenas and its inhabitants are an important part of the development of the community and it is our responsibility to be part of the welfare of the families that were affected, by providing them with all the support they need to have a home in optimal conditions”.
This Blu Terrenas initiative reaffirms its social commitment to the community. So far, three of the 10 houses have been rebuilt, including two schools, so that children can be educated in a safer space.
Las Terrenas is one of the most beautiful places in the country, because of its unique nature, its beautiful beaches and its beautiful people (from the inside out) make anyone fall in love with the area. In this sense, Blu Terrena takes care of every space and its people, who are the economic engine of the area.
About Blu Terrenas
BLU Terrenas is located in Portillo, municipality of Las Terrenas, Samana Province, located between the Atlantic Boulevard and the Mirador of the coast of Las Terrenas. The concept is to develop a sustainable project that conserves the environment, but also favors the social and economic growth of the inhabitants of Las Terrenas. The main focus is to develop a construction integrated with nature, to generate positive environmental impacts. More than a responsibility, it is a commitment to the community.
The project will generate approximately 2,500 jobs directly and around 5,000 indirectly, contributing significantly to the improvement of the socioeconomic condition of the entire area.
Among its cultural amenities, it will have the first museum of the evolutionary history of the Dominican Republic, 3D movie theaters and a craft market to provide an exhibition platform for local artists, a fire station for the entire community, a multi-sports center with different types of courts, and an academy that will prepare the young people of Las Terrenas for free in the tourism and hotel services. Every 6 months, 30 young people will be prepared, with a nationally and internationally recognized teaching staff, as future hotel managers, chefs, A&B, maintenance, housekeepers, among others.