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CC | Admission prices for Jeremí/Lagun Nature Reserve more affordable for local residents

HomeLandenCuraçaoCC | Admission prices for Jeremí/Lagun Nature Reserve more affordable for local...
Andre van Proosdij

WILLEMSTAD – As of today, the new access rules are in effect for visitors to the nature reserve around Jeremí/Lagun. Carmabi, the manager of this area, has decided to differentiate access prices for local residents and tourists.

Local residents who can show a sédula (local ID) will pay only two guilders per person. For tourists, the admission fee is set at 25 guilders per person. These fees can be paid at the ticket office of Christoffel Park.

Although these prices were applicable before, Carmabi did not consistently enforce them in the past. With the new rules, Carmabi aims to monitor compliance more rigorously, and the announcement serves as an official notice to the public.

The proceeds from the entrance fees are used for research in the area, conducted by both local scientists and international experts. The primary goal is to gain a deeper understanding of nature to implement effective measures for the protection and preservation of the local ecosystem. Part of the income is also allocated to Carmabi’s educational department, with the aim of educating schoolchildren about the valuable local nature.

Bron: Curacao Chronicle

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