Canadian business leader meets with tourism minister

CABRERA- A Canadian business leader hailed the Tourism Ministry’s decision to motor the development of the town Cabrera, in the country’s northeast, noting that it’s a very attractive area for international investors.

Rebecca McDonald, who built a villa at a cost of more than US$20.0 million in Orchid Bay, a gated community in Cabrera, said she’s happy with Tourism minister Francisco Javier Garcia’s interest when he announced the opening of a Project Planning Office and for visualizing that tourism region’s re-launching.

She also praised the announced construction of a seaside boulevard (malecon), as well as Garcia’s effort with government agencies to solve the zone’s energy and potable water problems. “I’m very happy that you, the Minister of Tourism, are here as part of your interest to draw attention to this place that is so pretty.”

McDonald said she’s been visiting Dominican Republic since around 20 years ago and the land’s beauty and the warmth of its people is what led her to invest in a villa, which serves as lodging for businesspersons, politicians and international personalities who wish to spend some time here.

She added that the Dominican’s gentleness and this land’s beauty have made her promote it to investors and visitors, who enjoy the warm of this Caribbean destination.


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