Craft Village in Choiseul, Milot
The initial stop was Cap-Haitien, where a craft market is being built for the tourist trade. Next was Milot where several projects to improve tourism infrastructure are nearing completion. A craft market is being built, as well as public toilets, a health clinic, restaurant, and information kiosks. The group also surveyed Sans-Souci Palace and Citadelle la Ferriere sites. Following, Byrne met with the press to share news a push is happening to lure eco-tourists to the North region for biking events. Dieudonne Etienne, North Regional Director of the Ministry of Tourism, announced a police sub-station to be built in Milot for the comfort and safety of tourists.
A final stop at the Bay of Acul du Nord was to review progress on a pier being built to allow RCCL to dock and release its passengers, to explore the Citadelle la Ferriere and Ramiers. The pier project, almost $1.2 million USD, plans to be ready in three to four months. Summing the purpose of the tour, Etienne said the projects demonstrate ". . . we have the will to develop the destination (of the) North"
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