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Renewing Mangel Halto to Preserve Aruba’s Coastal Beauty

Renewing Mangel Halto to Preserve Aruba’s Coastal Beauty

Renewing Mangel Halto: Enhancing Aruba’s Beauty

Ministerial Visit Marks Phase 1 Completion

Minister Dangui Oduber visited Mangel Halto in Pos Chikito to reveal the finishing touches of Phase 1 in its beautification project. This effort involved sprucing up 11 gazebos and 3 palapas, which is crucial for both locals and tourists. Mangel Halto, nestled within the Marine Park, showcases Aruba’s natural beauty and is managed by the National Parks Foundation of Aruba (FPNA), in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, to protect its ecological treasures.

Preserving Through Renovation

Mangel Halto’s charm isn’t just about its clear waters and lush mangroves but also the peaceful retreat offered by its gazebos and palapas. These structures, vital for shade and relaxation, have been refreshed to sustain this beloved environment. Minister Oduber stressed using gazebos instead of mangroves, emphasizing responsible tourism practices to preserve Aruba’s natural habitats.

Looking Ahead: Phase 2 Upgrades

Following the success of Phase 1, plans were revealed for Phase 2 enhancements. This stage will focus on revamping palapas along the shoreline to further enhance visitors’ experiences. With a focus on sustainability, these improvements aim to balance tourism with environmental conservation.

Collaborative Conservation

At the heart of Mangel Halto’s efforts lies collaboration between government bodies, conservation groups, and the local community. By partnering with FPNA, the Ministry of Tourism, and other stakeholders, Aruba aims to protect its natural heritage. Initiatives like the Mangel Halto beautification project set a standard for responsible tourism in the Caribbean.

A Vision for Mangel Halto’s Future

Minister Oduber’s visit underscored more than just physical improvements—it highlighted a commitment to preserving Aruba’s ecological diversity and promoting sustainable tourism. With Phase 1 complete and Phase 2 ahead, Mangel Halto’s future looks bright, inviting visitors to enjoy Aruba’s beauty while ensuring its protection for years to come.

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2 Responses

  1. I hope its true. Enough is enough! Those of us who have been coming for over 20 years have seen tremendous growth but there needs to be a limit! Too much has created traffic issues sanitation issues and electrical problems. Please stop!

  2. I hope its true. Enough is enough! Those of us who have been coming for over 20 years have seen tremendous growth but there needs to be a limit! Too much has created traffic issues sanitation issues and electrical problems. Please stop!

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