ORANJESTAD – Our beaches in San Nicolas continue to experience positive developments. Minister of Tourism and Public Health, Dangui Oduber, shared that work on the Baby Beach project is progressing smoothly. This is a very important project that is part of the entire master plan for the development of the hotel area in this region. Currently, phase 2 of the Baby Beach project is in full swing. The excavation for the parking lot and the construction of the entrance road have already begun, and according to reports, the asphalt will be laid next week. The renovation of the pier at Baby Beach is also in its final stages, and the construction of the new pier wall is yet to begin. Phase 2 of the Baby Beach project covers an area of 6000 m2. All these projects will help to elevate the entire area around these beaches, taking into account the importance of conserving our natural environment and promoting sustainable development in the region. Minister Oduber is pleased with the progress of the project. If everything goes according to plan, phase 2 of the project should be delivered in April. Minister Oduber has shown that concrete actions and plans are being pursued to upgrade the Aruba product. As they say, “actions speak louder than words.”

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