The sole tourism authority in Delta Amacuro, Arnold Suárez, reported this Thursday the launch of a new religious tourist route in Tucupita, as a result of previous impact studies in the entity.
According to Suárez, the action was motivated by the interest of the parishioners in visiting the temples of the town, in addition to other tourist spaces.
The regional tourism director highlighted the majesty of the Divina Pastora de Tucupita cathedral and the history of the San José church, the oldest in the town. These places are located in the delta capital, where locals and visitors also have access to the Manamo pipe and the Bolívar square.
He explained that this route contemplates easy access to hotels and restaurants in Tucupita, with the addition of tours to religious monuments.
“It will be a route that will start from the Argimiro García parish, specifically at the Monsignor monument, and then from there transfer users to the San Antonio church, Divina Pastora Cathedral, San José church and culminate at the San José monument, opposite to the Manamo pipe," said the official.
To participate in this route it is necessary to contact Inatur Delta Amacuro and the Tourism Corporation to schedule the tour.
He explained that this is the first tourist route in Delta Amacuro, however, he informed that they manage another of a natural-cultural nature for the Casacoima and Antonio Díaz municipalities.
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