The Ministry of Tourism says it has received a commitment from the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) to supply a truck-borne water supply service at both the Maracas and Las Cuevas Beach Facilities to address the water shortage issue.
The Ministry says that as a result, both facilities will remain open to the public.
The statement notes that this water shortage is a perennial issue as a result of the dry season.
It says that improving water supply reliability is vital to maintaining smooth operations at the facilities for visitors, tenants and staff.
It adds that Minister Shamfa Cudjoe has been in discussions with the Chief Executive Officer and the Chairman of the Water Sewerage Authority (WASA) to address this issue.
The statement says that WASA executives have assured Minister Cudjoe of their commitment to provide a reliable truck borne water supply service to the facilities, to ensure they remain open
and accessible to the public.
The Ministry of Tourism said it is committed to providing a positive experience to all and continues to partner with the relevant stakeholders to ensure that this is maintained.