The Ministry of Tourism has obtained an arrangement to lease the National Touristic Park in Valle de Angeles, more commonly known as El Obrero park, so that it can become a fun location for Honduran families to visit, and a low-cost alternative for domestic tourism.
The signing of the lease will be today, August 27th, at the Park itself. Tourism Minister Nelly Jerez, and businessman Wilfredo Ponce, have pledged to convert and maintain the beautiful property. It consists of more than 100 manzanas of land, and is in a safe area for everyone. It offers a variety of attractions for young and old.
The National Touristic Park in Valle de Angeles has 44 huts, a swimming pool, courts for sports like basketball, a cafeteria with tables and chairs, a pond for fish farming, small boats, mountain bike trails, and bathrooms for ladies and gentlemen.
Minister Jerez’s plan is make the park available for sporting events, school concerts, field trips and other activities.
The park will be open every day of the week from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, and the topic of security is a priority for the new administration. Internal security will be able to count on the support of the national police .
The Tourism Ministry will support the actions of the new administration of the park, so that it meets its objectives of offering family fun in a secure environment.