In March the “Katmandú Park” will open in Punta Cana

Chain Meliá Hotels International began the reconstruction of the Paradisus Punta Cana hotel, and together with his partner Falcon’s Beyond They carried out the ribbon cutting of the Falcon’s Resort by Meliá hotel and the regressive countdown for the opening of the new amusement park “Katmandu Park Punta Cana”, one of the most important economic investments of the hotel chain in the country.

The first picazo act was part of the weekend schedule of the President of the Republic, Luis Abinaderin which he was accompanied by executives from Meliá Hotels International, led by Gabriel Escarrer Jaume and his partners from Falcon’s Beyond, with the presence of Scott Demerau, as well as the Minister of Tourism, David Collado, government officials, personalities related to the sector, and special guests.

 

The new park will have innovative attractions and gamesthe first of its kind, immersing guests in the original, company-owned franchise, The Hidden Realms of Kathmandu.

flexible options
The Katmandú Park Punta Cana will have a variety of flexible ticket optionsincluding: Use Pass ($120 per adult and $85 per child): This pass gives guests one-time access to all the attractions and rides in the park, from Voyage of the Fathom Wanderer to EtherQuest, at any time. day until the pass is exhausted.

According to the company, the pass will remain valid until guests have visited each attraction in the park once.

Another modality is the VIP Pass (US$225 per adult and US$140 per child), this pass will allow guests to enjoy all of the park’s attractions on any given day until the pass is sold out. In addition to access to all attractions, guests receive an additional 18 holes of Expedition Golf, VIP parking, a complimentary locker and a $75 credit to spend in the park.

Likewise, the Katmandu Pass option is offered (US$120 per adult and $85 per child), with which visitors can experience all the attractions once in a day with transportation included from selected pick-up areas.

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People who purchase tickets from February 13 to March 15 will receive a complimentary preview pass, which will give you a sneak peek of select attractions in the park, prior to their full opening.

“We are absolutely delighted to announce the opening date of Katmandú Park-Punta Cana, which seamlessly blends one-of-a-kind immersive attractions and entertainment with world-class hospitality. We have structured ticketing in a way that gives fans the flexibility to explore the park, however it works best for their vacation whether they want to visit once or return every day,” said Cecil D. Magpuri, CEO of Falcon’s Beyond.

The Visitors to Katmandu Park -Punta Cana will receive a smart bracelet that takes their passes to attractions, enables cashless payments and gives them a unique, virtual identity with BeyondME, a free-to-use online gaming and fan loyalty platform for all ages.

Other openings
As part of the weekend’s agenda, President Luis Abinader led different inauguration ceremonies and the first picazo in the Monsignor Nouel province last Saturday.

Such was the case with the inauguration of the Provincial Extension of the Technological Institute of the Americas (ITLA)of the new Banco de Banreservas Office and of the Network and Lighting Rehabilitation Project in Los Quemados, Sonador, Arroyo Vuelta and the Center of Piedra Blanca and Troncal de Sabana del Puerto.

Likewise, the president inaugurated the dLos Quemados police station and made a supervision visit to the “First You” Day of the General Directorate of Strategies and Special Programs of the Presidency (Propeep).

$110 million
According to the information provided, the construction of the “Katmandú Park-Punta Cana” theme park has an estimated investment of US$60 million, while the investment in the redesign and rebranding of the Falcon’s Resort by Meliá hotel was US$10. million and in the new design of the Paradisus Palma Real, in all its rooms, the investment is estimated at more than US$40 million.

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