Govt of Dominica launches Champagne Site Clearing and Beautification Project to attract tourists

The Ministry of Tourism, International Transport, and Maritime Initiatives is taking out the project under the National Clean-Up and Beautification Campaign Launch. The First Stop of the launched project is Champagne Site Clearing and Beautification Project.

Govt of Dominica launches Champagne Site Clearing and Beautification Project to attract tourists
Govt of Dominica launches Champagne Site Clearing and Beautification Project to attract tourists

Roseau, Dominica: The government of the Commonwealth of Dominica is conducting a Champagne Site Clearing and Beautification Project to clean it entirely so that it could become able to attract tourists again. 

The Ministry of Tourism, International Transport, and Maritime Initiatives is taking out the project under the National Clean-Up and Beautification Campaign Launch. The First Stop of the launched project is Champagne Site Clearing and Beautification Project.

The Ministry is on a journey to clean up major tourist attraction sites on the island. Their first stop is the highway from Pointe Michel to Champagne Beach. 

The Ministry also asked that the need all Dominicans join them in this campaign to keep our island clean and green. “Tourism is everybody’s business, and we have to protect and preserve this important growth sector,” Tourism Ministry noted. 

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Member of Parliament–Soufriere Constituency Denise Charles extended thanks to the Prime Minister, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, for his leadership, Minister Cozier Frederick, and Minister Dr Irving McIntyre and other colleagues for their collaboration and enthusiasm to ensure that Dominica is the most talked-about destination in our region. 

She said, “I look forward to the solid waste corporation, the private sector, landscape artistes, NEP special brigades, and small contractors working with us to plant flowers and fruit trees and create vibrant green spaces around the island. Our natural assets are our keys to becoming a world-class tourism destination.”

While providing information on the cleaning project, Denise Charles stated that major clean-up is being done on the highway from Pointe Michel to Champagne Beach under the National Clean-Up and Beautification Campaign! Tourism is Everybody’s Business. 

Meanwhile, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, went on a visit to the Champagne Beach in the country on Thursday, April 14, 2022. The visit was led by the Prime Minister to take review the various initiatives and cleaning projects taken out over the beach.