As members of the Society of Incentive & Travel Executives are beginning to arrive here for their important business brainstorming and exchange, de Palm Toursâ€™ associates hit the road scouring the portion of the well-traveled stretch of wilderness between the Natural Bridge, the Bushiribana gold-mine ruins and Warriruri Beach, in an effort to clean up the landscape and contribute to the untouched, pristine look of Arubaâ€™s popular touring and visiting destinations.
â€œThe traveling executive,â€ says Patrick Fortin, on behalf of De Palm Tours, â€œwill surely explore the area, and weâ€™d like them to experience a cleaner Aruba.â€
This team effort shared by different companies, started with a walk from the Natural Bridge, to Bushiribana and further up to Warriruri, and yielded 80 garbage bags.
Most of the debris in the area in brought in by the sea, Fortin remarks, but still it must be cleaned up in order to make Arubaâ€™s northern-coast ready for inspection. Many thanks are hereby sent to the associates who lent a hand to the successful cleanup.
Aruba will be hosting the Site International Conference from October 30th to November 2nd, with SITE members from around the globe coming here to conduct business, network and exchange information, the event is designed to showcase the Aruban tourism product to hundreds of delegates who are the top minds in incentive travel, a multi-billion dollar global industry.