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November 4, 2014
  • Circus training gets better at Club Med
  • New terminal opens at Punta Cana International
  • Southwest flies to DRe
  • Mas flies to Curacao
  • Butterflies at the Botanical Gardens
Circus training gets better at Club Med
Circus training was one of the attractions at Club Med Punta Cana when it first opened to families in the 1980s. Now the program is getting better. Club Med has announced an alliance with Cirque du Soleil, the company that reinvented circus arts. Creactive by Cirque du Soleil will debut at the Club Med Punta Cana next June 2015. Guests will be taught many of the thrilling acrobatic feats that have made Cirque de Soleil's shows so famous. The list of acrobatic experiences ranges from high bungee, flying trapeze, aerial silk, tightrope and trampoline to juggling, percussion and dance and mask painting.
"This partnership is a natural progression, stemming from the success and uniqueness of Club Med having provided circus instruction for over 25 years, and now with Cirque du Soleil's 30 years of experience and know-how, this activity will have a new color," said Cirque du Soleil president and CEO Daniel Lamarre.
"This new concept will leverage, for the benefit of Club Med guests, the expertise and knowledge of Cirque du Soleil, who are unrivalled innovators in the realm of circus artistry," added Club Med's Chairman and CEO, Henri Giscard d'Estaing. "It will also capitalize on the heritage and talent of Club Med in creating extraordinary memories in beautiful vacation destinations."
New terminal opens at Punta Cana International
Punta Cana's new international terminal entered into operation on Saturday 1 November 2014. The airport now has the capacity to handle more than two million passengers a year.
As of September 2014, the airport had handled around 53% of almost 4.3 million arrivals to the DR, most headed for the Punta Cana resorts.
The new terminal covers an area of 33,000 square meters and has the capacity to accommodate 6,500 passengers daily.
The terminal has two passenger levels and a third level mezzanine for airline offices. There are 50 check-in counters in the air-conditioned concourse that has seven jet bridges and nine departure gates.
http://www.puntacanainternationalairport.com
Southwest flies to DRe
Southwest-branded flights have begun to Punta Cana with a announced new daily service from Chicago Midway. Southwest flights previously operated as AirTran Airways. Southwest now serves 97 destinations.
Mas flies to Curacao
Aerolineas Mas is flying to Curacao from La Isabela International Airport in northern Santo Domingo. Fights are twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays, said airline president Manuel Fernandez. He said there is the possibility of increasing the frequency of the flight. The two-hour flights depart at 11:20 and the return flight departs Curacao at 2:20pm.
Mas also flies to Haiti and Aruba.
Butterflies at the Botanical Gardens
The Santo Domingo Botanical Gardens, a must for all visitors to the city, have announced the opening of a new Butterfly Garden. The project is run by the Butterfly Garden Foundation, directed by Francina Lama de Barletta. Its construction was supervised by architect Henry Pimentel, working with support from the Bonao Cooperative. Botanical Gardens director Ricardo Garcia says that this 7,000 square meter-area will be used for conservation and environmental education. The installations include a lab for butterfly breeding and study. The new Butterfly Garden will also have an arts and crafts store selling publications on butterflies. Visitors can take a guided tour of the area or stroll at their leisure watching the multicolored insects.
http://www.elcaribe.com.do/2014/05/14/mariposario-sera-nuevo-atractivo-jardin-botanico

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