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1 Executive Presentation


Study Area  The study area belongs to Haiti’s southern coast.

 it is comprised by the South and Southeast Provinces, capital cities Les Cayes and Jacmel, respectively.  Total area :  South: 2,653.3 km²  Southeast : 2,034.1 km²  Total: 4,687.4 km²  Population was estimated in 2012:  1,343,263 inhabitants in 28 cities.

Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and orthophotos. UTM Projection Zone 18 N, datum WGS 84. April 2013.

 Population density :  Southeast : 297 hab/km²  South : 279 hab/km² Les Cayes Source: CMS Company, Photograph archives, May 2013.

Jacmel

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Hipsography  Hypsography or relief refers to the analysis of the natural configuration of the surface of the earth.

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 The study area has different contours or elevations above mean sea level (msl).

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 These reliefs ranging from the cote (0-20) to the height 281-300, marked in orange.  On the forms that can be observed surface areas with slopes greater than 45 º.z

Source: CMS Company, Photograph archives, May 2013. .

Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and orthophotos. UTM Projection Zone 18 N, datum WGS 84. April 2013.

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Environment Wetlands Standing water covered surfaces, permanent or temporary, fresh, or salt, including natural or artificial marshes, swamps, bogs and marine waters extensions or seagrass with less than six meters deep.

Bosques

Campos de cultivo

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Forests 3.7% of the total land area of the country, which corresponds to 1,010 sqkm. Wood is used as fuel in the form of coal, which has caused great devastation, whose direct effect is soil erosion, then, it eventually turns in to droughts and leads in desertification.

Wetlands and coastal mangroves

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Wetlands and coastal mangroves

8 Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and orthophotos. UTM Projection Zone 18 N, datum WGS 84. April 2013.

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Source: Kedar, Daniel. HaitĂ­ From Above, Port Salut port. Opus Publishing, 2003.

8 Source: CMS Company, Photograph archives, May 2013.

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Sociodemographic Aspects Population  Population:  High dispersion of the population in the territory.  84% of the population live in rural areas.  Lack of programs to concentrate services and infrastructure to generate competitive cities.

Aquin Les Cayes Population in Ville: 71, 236 inhabitants Surface: 8.98 sqkm Density: 7,933 inhabitants / sqkm

Jacmel

Población en la Ville: 7, 707 inhabitants Surface: 1.18 sqkm Density: 6,531 inhabitants / sqkm

Población en la Ville: 39, 643 inhabitants Surface:3.8 sqkm Density:12,466 inhabitants / sqkm

Côte de Fer Población en la Ville: 2, 011 hab Surface: .50 sqkm Density: 4,022 hab/ sqkm

Ile à Vache Población en la Ville: 1,698 inhabitants Surface : .1.30 sqkm Density : 1,306 inhabitants / sqkm

Bainet Población en la Ville: 3, 308 inhabitants Surface: .59 sqkm Density: 5,607 inhabitants / sqkm

Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and Ministry of Economy and Finance, IHSI statistical data, “General Housing and Population Census (2003) and Total Population per sex and Population 18 years and older in different territorial units (2009, 2012).”. August 2006. March 2009 and January 2012.

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 Growth estimates for the period 2009 - 2012 in the cities and the Departments quartiers show significant growth in urban areas.

Sociodemographic Aspects Population Estimated Annual Mean Growth Rates for cities and quartiers in the Southest Province

 In the South province The highest Annual Mean Growth Rates were quartier at 0.9% to 5.52%.  In the Southeast province The highest Annual Mean Growth Rates were quartier at 3.44 to 3.49%.  Las TCMA más alta se identifica en el Sur en Quartier de Vieux Bourg d’Aquin con 5.52%, cercana a la ciudad de Aquin.  Economic Activity:  The primary sector includes agricultural, cattle, fishing, hunting and forestry activities, 63%.  The Secondary sector includes the electricity, gas and water, extraction, manufacturing, production and the construction industry, 8%.  The tertiary sector includes activities related to commercial, collective, social and personal services, 29%.  The population working in the hotel and restaurants sectors is equivalent 0.17% con 410 with only 410 people working in this sector in both provinces

Estimated Annual Mean Growth Rates for cities and quartiers in the South Province.

Source: CMS Company with information of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. Haitian Institute of Statistics and Data Processing, (IHSI French acronym), Total population, population of 18 years and over. Homes and estimated densities in 2009 and 2012. January 2012.

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Housing services South Province  31.8% of families occupying homes get water supply from natural water springs.  Only 1.5% of all the homes located in such province feature drinkable water connections.  Only 1.8% of the homes have a toilet.  44% homes feature individual or collective latrines.  54% of homes in the South province do not feature any kind of sewage and waste is simply buried in the fields.  14% of the homes feature electricity services. Southeast Province.  96% of the occupied homes do not feature drinkable water services.  48% of the homes get water supply from fountainheads or water springs.  Only 11% of the homes in the Southeast province feature a faucet inside.  Only 1.3% of the total number of homes feature water supply inside and only 1.6% feature sewage services.

Percentage of utility services inside the homes of the South and Southeast provinces in the year 2003.

Source: CMS Company, based on the Ministry of Economy and Finance. Haiti. Haitian Institute of Statistics and Data Processing (IHSI). Final Results of the 4TH Population and Housing General Census. Haiti. 2003.

Take the 2003 census data that there is updated to 2012

• 10% of the homes are lit by candles. • Only 8% of the homes feature electricity services and the remaining 80% are lit by gas lamps.


Communications and Transportation Infrastructure  Accessibility air:  International airport is located in the capital city of Port-au-Prince and Jacmel.  The National Airport Les Cayes.  National land accessibility by the Route RN2:  National route communication.  A two lane road features paving.  Regional land accessibility through RD41, RD23 and RD22:  Local routes of intrarregional communication  4 lanes road without paving.

Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and orthophotos. UTM Projection Zone 18 N, datum WGS 84. April 2013.

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Tourism Activity Regional Trends  According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), this activity is the world's largest industry.  This organization stated that in 2012 came to the Caribbean 20.9 million tourists, 2.0% of international tourism, increasing approximately one million every five years.  Major destinations, including Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, continuing the growth trend in tourist arrivals.  The main source of visitors to the Caribbean is the American, first go to: o Dominican Republic o Puerto Rico o Virgin Islands o Bahamas and o Cancun

Source: Images of Google Earth, at May 2013.

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Supply and Demand Analysis Tourism supply at the study area  In 2013, 66 hotels were recorded in the study area. These hotels account for 816 rooms in 10 Communes.  The greatest number of establishments can be found in the Les Cayes Commune (municipality) with 30 hotels—511 rooms.

Cavaillon; Roche a 1 Bateau; 1 Coteaux; 1 Port a Piment; 1 Ile a Vache; 2

Jacmel; 7

Cayes; 30

Port Salut; 10

Camp Perrin; 6 Aquin; 7

 The Port Salut Commune ranks in second place with 10 hotels—62 rooms.  The Aquin and Jacmel Communes rank third. A total of 7 hotels—100 rooms.

 the Camp Perrin Commune which account for 71 rooms. In the lle a Vache Commune only 2 hotels for 37 rooms were detected.  The average room rate per night in the study area comes to $110 USD.

Total Hotels in the study area, 2013.

Jacmel; 58

Cayes; 47 Aquin; 59

Cavaillon; 60

Camp Perrin; 45

Roche a Bateau; 50

Port Salut; 88

Coteaux; 50 Port a Piment; 9 Ile a Vache; 110

Source: CMS Company based on the Haitian Ministry of Tourism, South Regional. Magazines Magic Rebelle Haiti in June 2012 and July, September 2012 and January 2013. Haiti 2012 Professional Pages

Average cost in dollars per night, hotels Commune study area by 2013.


Tourism Structure

Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and orthophotos. UTM Projection Zone 18 N, datum WGS 84. April 2013. .

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Supply and Demand Analysis Supply Demand 400,000

258,070 300,000

225,835

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150,000

50,000

 The greatest percentage of tourists come from:  North America with 70%

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AMGR AMGR AMGR AMGR AMGR AMGR AMGR 2005 - 2006-2007 2007 - 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 -0.41 2006 2008 -3.95 -4.10 -4.25

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 By 2011, a total of 945,317 tourists traveled to Haiti, was up by 19.28% over 2010. 348,755 tourists stayed in hotels while 596,755 arrived on cruise ships..

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 Para el 2011 se registraron 348,755 turistas de estancia, 19.28% más respecto al 2010. De cruceros 596,755 turistas.

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TOURISTS

 According to data from Haiti’s Tourism Ministry, 2009 was the best year in terms of tourists arrivals. The number of tourists that arrived by air in 2009 grew to 387,212 for a 50.04% increase with respect to 2008..

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AÑOSBulletins 2008-2012. Ministry of Source: CMS Company based on quarterly Tourism at: http://www.visithaiti.gouv.ht/banque_documents.php

Caribbean; 46,669 Oceania; 162 Asia; 2,135

North America; 171,926

Africa; 1,246 Europe; 17,427

 Europa 7%

South America; 4,981

 Caribbean 19% and  Rest of the world 4%.

Source: CMS Company, based on Statistical information of Haiti’s Ministry of Tourism. May 2013.

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Competitive Analysis and Target Market Main destinations of competition  The main tourist destinations with significant market that figures in the top 10 places that receive more visitors are:          

Dominican Republic Cuba Jamaica Cancun Bahamas Puerto Rico Aruba Barbados Virgin Islands San Martin

 The destination with more tourist infrastructure is the Dominican Republic with almost 67,000 rooms.  Even with a number of smaller rooms, Cancun and the Riviera Maya has a higher percentage of occupation, however it has lower tourism revenues.

Dominican Republic

Cuba

Cancun

Bahamas

Puerto Rico

Aruba

Barbados

Virgin Islands

San Martín

Source: Images of Google Earth, May 2013.

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Issues Summary Natural environment o Limited policy of conservation and protection in natural areas: forests, reefs, rivers, creeks and excessive logging.. o Wastewater dumping into the sea derived from the lack of sanitary infrastructure. o Lack of a solid residue collection and disposal system. Urban o Lack of hydraulic and sanitary infrastructure. o Lack of urban planning. o Les Cayes and Jacmel have urban and infrastructure services coverage deficits. o If urban sprawl remains uncontrolled, environmental and urban issues will increase in the short term, negatively affecting the region’s economic development.. Road communications o Highways in poor condition and areas with severe traffic tieups.. o Lack of signaling, public transit stops/stations and intersection.

Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and orthophotos. UTM Projection Zone 18 N, datum WGS 84. April 2013.

Tourism o Lack of efficient regional means of transportation towards the Southern region for the arrival of tourists. o Lack of subsidies to support tourism. o Natural and landscaping resources in the South region are not well used.. 14


Environmental Strategy Environmental Policies  According to the natural characteristics of the territory it was determined the Regional Environmental System to be developed in the South Zone of Haiti.

 It established the categories called Environmental Management Units (EMU) that refer to the following policies: 

Use  Protection  Conservation  Restoration

Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and orthophotos. UTM Projection Zone 18 N, datum WGS 84. April 2013.

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The homogeneity in their natural attributes. The environmental problems. 15


Tourism Development Strategy According to the analysis of environmental, planning and infrastructure requirements in more than 17,900 hectares, was established : 

3 Zone Integrated Ecotourism Development Areas (IEDA 1, 2 and 3).

35,196 rooms using various percentages of land use and densities. Ile à Vache includes 1.1 rooms / ha.

Distribution of 60% (14,392) and 40% (9,630) of hotel rooms - condos / tourist residences, respectively.

Zone 4 called Tourism Development Area under Consolidation (TDAC 4) and the areas defined Traditional Beach (TBC) have a 100% distribution hotel room.

Planning Horizon : 2015 - 2045

Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and orthophotos. UTM Projection Zone 18 N, datum WGS 84. April 2013.

Port Salut

Saint-Jean du Sud Source: Images own, May 2013.

Du Mesle

Lozandieu

Magic Camp

Côtes de Fer

Lozandieu

Jacmel

Bainet

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Tourism Development Strategy Area 1 IEDA 1  Land fractions with 8 beachfront divided by streams

or rivers..  Fraction 9 was located in the mountain area called La

Baleine (UTM).  Total area of ​5590.53 hectares (55.90 km2).  Total area of ​5590.53 hectares (55.90 km2).  Mean density of 5 rooms per hectare (500 rooms per

km2) *.  Total capacity of 16,052 rooms.. Source: CMS Enterprise based on CNIGS carthography and orthophotos. UTM Projection Zone 18 N, datum WGS 84. April 2013.

TOURISM SYSTEM REFERENCE

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CONCEPT

LOCATION

FIRST DEVELOPMENT STAGE FRACTIONS

BEACH´S LENGHT (KM)

TOTAL AREA (HA)

USABLE AREA (%)

17,930.0

BTU

Integral Ecotourism Development Area 1

IEC Integral Ecotourism Center

IEDA 1

Lozandieu Bay

USABLE AREA (HA)

GROSS DENSITY (ROOMS / HA)

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TOURIST ACCOMMODATIO N UNITS

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* Note: In the design of the Master Plan, the division into lots shall be specified for each land use (hotel, condominium or residence, and general equipment). The actual density for each use shall be established in this Master Plan and shall range between 20 and 80 rooms per hectare..

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First Stage; IEDA 1 Site Selection, Section 4 For the selection of the site in land fraction (4) of the first stage of Integral Ecotourism Center 1, several factors such as the ones below were taken into account: Project boundary, Section 4

 Highway accessibility  Large area that may be easily developed given its    

natural conditions. Mostly, a flat plot of land. The land features elevated areas with panoramic views. The land features a bay area and a clean, lightcolored, fine-grain sand beach. Due to its regional context, it will become the pole of attraction of the tourist corridor.

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Project boundary, Section 4

IEDA1, Section 4

Lozandieu Bay

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Stage IEDA1 First Phase of the First Stage, Lozandieu Bay

Lozandieu Bay Laborieux Bay

Calebasierre Bay

Source: CMS Company. Prepared based on Google Earth, Landsat Image 2013, and CMS’s design of the Concept Scheme for the Project Draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in Lozandieu Bay. May 2013.

Conceptual Scheme The framework considers principles: • Environmental • Functional • Aesthetic and Symbolic. It assumes: • Economic, social and ecological. • Follows the natural configuration and use of light terrain slopes • Buildings above the elevation + 5.00 MSMM with a minimum of 100 meters from the coast.

Source: CMS Company’s creation of the Concept Scheme and the project draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in Lozandieu Bay. May 2013..

Land Use

The proposed land uses look: • A mixture of urban and tourist products that allow interaction between the hotel areas, residential, commercial and general tourist equipment. • The principle of this proposal is to avoid areas that become sparsely populated areas and / or visited in the area. 19


Stage IEDA 1 Triggering Tourism Projects, Bay Lozandieu Objectives  Impulse

in the shortest time possible to generate foreign exchange and jobs for local people.

 Promotion of investment in ecotourism projects

with international quality standards.  To

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 Promotion in the world to positiona Haití en el

1. The construction of a 4.5 km, one-lane (for the first stage) Boulevard to access to the Integral Ecotourism Development Area 1. 2. An 80-room Boutique hotel 3. A 120-room Grand Tourism hotel 4. An 400-room 5-Star hotel 5. An 18-hole Golf Course with real estate development (300 condominium and or residential use 6. lots, including the construction of a club house. 7. A 3,000 sqm shopping center with condominium housing for the upper stories. (1,500 sqm year 2015) 8. An aerodrome with a 2,400 linear meter runway.

mapa turístico internacional. For this purpose, the Central Government, through the support from International Development Banking Institutions and private investments, has planned to carry out the following “Triggering Projects” in the short term (second quarter of 2013 through 2017)

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Stage IEDA 1 Triggering Tourism Projects, Bay Lozandieu Under the previous approach in terms of capacity and diversity of projects detonators and planning horizon to 2017, we conclude the following: • Haiti's positioning in the international tourist map with the creation of a critical mass of tourist rooms, rising to 1,000 in Lozandieu Bay, 300 and 100 Vache Island in Port Salut, Total 1,400. • Cost - benefit from the international flight number / number of rooms. • Forex revenue of about 97 billion dollars and generate 4,760 direct and indirect jobs. • 40.0 has built-in urban basic services, (85 houses / he). • 4,760 housing construction for a total of 22,134 inhabitants.

Estimation of Parametric Cost´s for the Triggering Projects

*It is expected to be built a one-Lane Boulevard by 2015 it includes an underground duct for services **At this stage it is planned to build a 1,500 m2 commercial center. ***The estimated costs per kind of room hotel are: Boutique hotel = 280,000 USD per room. Includes: land cost, furniture, decoration, equipment, outside construction and ornaments and more. Grand Tourism Hotel = 255,000 USD per room. Includes: land cost, furniture, decoration, equipment, outside construction and ornaments and more. 5- Star Hotel = 116,000 USD per room. Includes: land cost, furniture, decoration, equipment, outside construction and ornaments and more. Source: CMS Company’s based on the calculation of hotel and tourist capacity of the General Tourism Development Program areas from Haiti’s southern region.

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Stage IEDA 1 Infrastructure Program Requirements, Bay Lozandieu TOURIST ACCOMMODATION

TOURIST FACILITIES

COMMERCIAL TOURIST HOTEL ROOMS RESIDENCES CENTER (M2)

GOAL

GOLF COURSE

2015 2017

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INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS DRINKING WASTEWATER WATER COST (USD) (LTS / SEG) (LTS / SEG) 45.7 9,216,760 36.6 16.4 577,000 13.1 62.2

9,793,760

49.7

COST (USD)

TOTAL COST USD

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SOLID WASTE (TON / DAY) 2.7 4.0

36,960 1,039

11,565,520 10,219,469

333,230

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37,999

21,784,989

COST (USD)

ELECTRIC POWER (MVA)

COST (USD)

TELEPHONE (LINES)

COST (USD)

420,000 200,000

1.8 9.3

1,750,000 9,250,000

110.0 150.0

620,000

11.0

11,000,000

260.0

PARAMETRIC COSTS Source: CMS Company’s based on the calculation of hotel and tourist capacity of the General Tourism Development Program areas and parametric costs from Haiti’s southern region.

A use of 1,700 lts. per day is estimated for rooms and 300 lts. per day for tourist residences. An 18-hole golf course is estimated to use 5 lts. per square meter per day, equivalent to 40.5 lts. per second. The use of 20 lts. per square meter per day, equivalent to 0.106 lts. per second, is estimated for a shopping center with housing units on the upper floors. The consumption of water for irrigating the golf course is estimated at the start of the project. Once the number of hotel rooms, condominiums and residences has been consolidated, irrigation will be carried out with treated water or wastewater. 1) The parametric cost of drinkable water supply in 2015 includes: • Geohydrological studies to determine the location and depth of well to extract drinkable water in the area—at least 1 well. • Drilling to extract drinkable water until the depth determined through the geohydrological is reached. • Construction of a water tower to regulate drinkable water capacity for 50,000 gallons. • Purchase, installation and equipment of a water pump to extract drinkable water, including the surveillance booth and electric wiring. • Construction of an aqueduct with a hydrologic PVC pipe or similar. It shall include trace, leveling, digging and ditch filling. 2) The parametric cost of the wastewaters system includes: • Installation of an industrial biodigestor or a sustainable water treatment system. 3) The parametric cost of the telephoning system includes: • Installation of the antenna or cellular module for services (first stage-260 mobile lines in the area). 4) The parametric cost of the solid waste collection system includes: • A study to determine the area for dumps and landfills in the area within an influence radius near the development will employ state of the art technologies. • Likewise, it will determine the cost per trash ton that will be removed from the tourist area. For the year 2017, only the ton/day cost is included. Le Ministère du Tourisme, à travers une Agence opérationnelle, sera chargé de la coordination et de l’exécution des études, plans directeurs et projets exécutifs entre autres. Pour cela il faudra prévoir une enveloppe budgétaire d’au moins 3 Millions de Dollars.

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Triggering Tourism Projects Lozandieu Bay ďƒź Touristic Boulevard to access the IEDA 1 construction of 4.5 km, a single lane (first stage).

Source: CMS’s own design and creation of the 3D target images (renders). Based on the Concept Scheme and the project draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in Lozandieu Bay. May 2013.

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Triggering Tourism Projects Lozandieu Bay  Boutique Hotel :  Capacity 80 rooms.

Source: CMS’s own design and creation of the 3D target images (renders). Based on the Concept Scheme and the project draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in Lozandieu Bay. May 2013.

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Triggering Tourism Projects Lozandieu Bay  Grand Tourism Hotel:  Capacity 120 rooms.

Source: CMS’s own design and creation of the 3D target images (renders). Based on the Concept Scheme and the project draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in Lozandieu Bay. May 2013.

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Triggering Tourism Projects Lozandieu Bay  5-Star Hotel:  Capacity 400 rooms. .

Source: CMS’s own design and creation of the 3D target images (renders). Based on the Concept Scheme and the project draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in Lozandieu Bay. May 2013.

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Triggering Tourism Projects Lozandieu Bay  5-Star Hotel:  Capacity 400 rooms.

Source: CMS’s own design and creation of the 3D target images (renders). Based on the Concept Scheme and the project draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in Lozandieu Bay. May 2013.

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Triggering Tourism Projects Lozandieu Bay  Golf course of 18 holes  Real Estate Development of 300 lots  Club House

Source: CMS’s own design and creation of the 3D target images (renders). Based on the Concept Scheme and the project draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in Lozandieu Bay. May 2013.

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Triggering Tourism Projects Lozandieu Bay  3,000 m2 shopping center and housing at higher levels.  Stage, 1,500 m2

Source: CMS’s own design and creation of the 3D target images (renders). Based on the Concept Scheme and the project draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in LozandieuBay. May 2013.

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Triggering Tourism Projects Lozandieu Bay  International Aerodrome.  2.400 meters track linear

Source: CMS’s own design and creation of the 3D target images (renders). Based on the Concept Scheme and the project draft of the Integral Ecotourism Center Master Plan for Area 1 (ZAEI 1) in Lozandieu Bay. May 2013.

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Specific Studies Programme of activities Short-term 2nd semester 2013-2014 • Geohydrologic study. Identify underground aquifers or rivers and places to drill sites well or wells for drinking water abstraction for human use. • Surveying the fraction 4 IEDA 1, approximate area of ​2,600 hectares. • Soil Mechanics Study. Determines the type of subsoil to develop and construct buildings. • Studies in collecting, handling, location of land and engineering works for the disposal of municipal solid waste .

In parallel, develop: • The Master Plan Lozandieu Bay. Project executives:  Hotels  Boutique  Gran Tourism  five stars  Golf course of 18 holes, a clubhouse  Boulevard first 4.5 km.  Aerodrome with track length 2,400 meters In the design and / or development of the program except the geohydrologic study (cost considered in Infrastructure), are estimated at approximately 3.0 billion dollars. The Ministry of Tourism through one of its addresses or an Operating Agency shall coordinate and carry out the preparation of studies, master plans and executive projects, among others, so resources should provide at least 31


Specific Studies Programme of activities SECOND SEMESTER 2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Geohydrological study in the IEDA 1, Section 4 (Lozandieu Bay)

Stars International Promotion of Tourism Development in the Haiti's southem region

International Promotion of Tourism Development in the Haiti's southem region

International Promotion of Tourism Development in the Haiti's southem region

International Promotion of Tourism Development in the Haiti's southem region

• Winds.

Topographical survey of the land located in Section 4 (Lozandieu Bay)

Drilling a deep well, equipment and construction of an aqueduct by the firs development stage of the Master Plan

Starts Operation of The Boutique and Gran Turism Hotels (200 rooms)

Starts operation of the first 5-star Hotel of 400 rooms

Starts the sell of the next 100 residential lots of the Golf Course

• Line Beach Behavior.

Soil Mechanics Study of the first development stage

Boulevard's construction and paving (4.5 km)

Starts Operation of the 18-hole Golf Course, starts the sell of first 50 residential lost

Starts the sale of 50 residential lost of the Course Golf

Medium Term Period 2014 - 2015 • Tide Study.

Executive Project and Mathematization analysis of the Master Plan (first development stage)

• Topography.

Starts operation of the second 5star Hotel of 400 rooms. A total of 1,400 rooms operating, including 300 rooms from lle Vache and 100 from Port Salut.

Boulevard executive Project (one lane blvd.-4.5 km the first stage)

• Bathymetry.

Executive Project of an 80-room Boutique hotel

• Dimensions and Flood.

Environmental and Management Plan for the restoration of the Lake 1 inlcudes Mangrove Area

Extreme

Conditions

• Dynamics of Rivers and Streams. • Others that will be required under the natural conditions of the area.

Starts the sale off 100 residential losts of the Course Golf

Construction of 80-rooms Boutique Hotel Construction of the firt 5-star Hotel of 400 rooms.

Executive Project of an120-room Grand Turisms hotel

Construction of an 120-rooms Gran Turism Hotel

Executive Project of an 18 hole Golf Course with Real Estate Development

Construction of an 18-hole golf course with Real Estate Development

Executive Project of an aerodrome with a 2,400 linear meter runway

Construction of an aerodrome

Studies in collecting, handling and engineering works for the final disposal of solid urban waste (USW)

Constrution of the second 5-star Hotel of 400 rooms. Executive Project of the 5-Star Hotel of 400 rooms

Executive Project of the second 18hole Golf Course.

Executive Project of the second 5star Hotel of 400 rooms.

Studies of sea tides, winds, beachfront conditions, orography, barometry, extre conditions and flooding levels, rivers and streams dynamics

Source: CMS Company’s based on the calculation of hotel and tourist capacity of the General Tourism Development Program areas from Haiti’s southern region

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3.- Executive Presentation English