Govt receives proposal from investor for ‘glamping’ eco-lodges in Region 10 – Guyana Times
The Region 10 communities of 58 Miles and Coomacka were over the weekend apprised of the various developments that are coming their way, including interest from private developers to invest in eco-tourism and planned interventions from the Government to address water shortages.
“Because we’re working towards becoming a major supplier of food. And I know many of you know about the corn and soya project that we’re doing. All of that will be integrated and come back to support you and your community,” he said.
“Whereby the people of the area can be employed as tourist guides, they have sport fishing as part of it, they have the exploration of the forest. And that is something, we’re going to send the investor in before the end of this year, to have a consultation and tell you exactly what they want to do.”
The promotion will see participating companies offering enticing packages and new experiences from November 1 to December 15, contingent on availability.
When it comes to issues of land titling, President Ali announced that all the community’s land titling issues will be addressed within the next two weeks. Further, the Ministry of Health will launch a programme targeting children and the elderly to have their eyes tested and provided with free eyewear. After providing updates on his Government’s plans to develop the community and the region, the President listened to additional concerns of the residents.
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