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Aruba Gets Greener as Government Plants More Trees in Eagle Beach Area

Aruba Gets Greener as Government Plants More Trees in Eagle Beach Area

Minister of Tourism and Public Health Visits Eagle Beach

On Tuesday, Minister of Tourism and Public Health, Dangui Oduber, visited Eagle Beach to observe the progress of the ongoing beautification project. This initiative focuses on enhancing the Eagle Beach strip by planting local trees to provide more shade and a tropical ambiance for both locals and tourists.

Project Overview

The beautification project spans from the Amsterdam Manor roundabout to the Alhambra roundabout. Minister Oduber expressed his satisfaction with the progress made so far. This project is a collaborative effort involving the Tourism Product Enhancement Fund (TPEF), the Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA), and the Department of Public Works (DOW), which oversees the work.

Final Phases of the Beautification Project

Currently in its final phases, the project aims to enhance the entire Eagle Beach strip, aligning with the overall improvement of Aruba’s tourism product. The addition of local trees not only beautifies the area but also offers a more pleasant experience for those waiting for buses, providing shade instead of concrete surroundings.

Minister Praises Collaboration

Minister Dangui Oduber is extremely pleased with the cooperation of all partners involved in making this project a reality. He believes that this initiative aligns with the Ministry of Tourism’s vision to bring uniformity, a pleasant environment, and structured spaces for everyone walking, running, or exercising in this area.

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One Response

  1. Now, Just give attention to the sewer installation. This smell is not good for tourisme as i experencied over last visits

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