This 309,993 square meter parcel of rich farm land (77 acres) is situated approximately 25 kilometers west of the Gregorio Luperon International Airport at Puerto Plata on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. It has extensive frontage on the main highway No. 5 and has sloping, rolling hills all the way to an ocean front. There are multiple slopes for tremendous ocean views and multiple flat areas for livestock, orchards, barns or residential areas. Bahia de Maimon is a small resort town and parts of the area are a Natural Monument in the Dominican Republic. These areas are protected by the Government due to having unique natural aspects or a significant cultural value including caves, areas with monuments or ruins of historical value. CARNIVAL ANNOUNCES A $65 MILLION CRUISE PORT IN MAIMON - Tourism minister Francisco Javier Garcia announced in Santo Domingo the construction of a modern cruise ship terminal in the town Maimon, at a cost of US$65 million. This could generate around 30 million dollars in its first year in operation. He said the terminal will positively impact the province and can simultaneously berth two boats totaling at least 4,000 passengers. Garcia said an investment of this breadth by the Carnival Corporation guarantees the project’s success, expeditious construction, and the massive presence of cruise passengers. “The speed of the work stems mostly because that investment doesn’t require any financing or Dominican Government facilities for the investors.” For Giora Israel, Carnival Corporation senior vice president for Ports Development and Destinations, the terminal’s construction is expected to start October 1. The terminal will occupy 50,000 square meters at Maimón Bay, construction will last two years, and provide 800 direct jobs.The resort city of Puerto Plata has been demanding the construction of a cruise ship port for several years to restore the province’s splendor, characterized like tourist resort in the 70 and 80s. Please note that Parcel 1539-C is adjacent to other similar parcels that may possibly be available to create a larger parcel or development.