Water sports spearhead Barahona’s resurging tourism
Santo Domingo.- Barahona’s recent tourism resurgence has encouraged local business leaders to embark on a campaign to promote the potential for water sports along its vast coasts, spearheaded by the “Palito Seco Regatta 2013″ will be held this month
Dubbed the “Pearl of the South,” the region’s dozens of beaches, friendly people and natural and cultural treasures attract thousands of tourists every week.
This Southwest’s dazzling sunsets and unparalleled scenery are just some of its offerings for tourists looking for adventure, and Its coasts are the subject of the most striking photography.
In addition to a healthy swim Barahona’s coasts offer the most extreme of water sports, with steady winds for sailors and waves big enough for surfers.
Its virtually untapped attractions have led the Barahona Tourism and Production Cluster, whose director, Elena Nunziatini, says their campaign will promote the province’s development.
Quoted by listin.com.do, the business leader said the promotion is focused on amateur sports events for locals and foreigners alike, to convert Barahona into a major sports-tourism destination.
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