Two companies from Orlando, Florida, will partner to build a series of attractions that will then form the first theme park in the Dominican Republic.
The new entertainment and resort location in Punta Cana will be built by Falcon’s Creative Group and Katmandu Group, whose project will debut with Falcon’s Suspended Theater.
As published in Orlando Sentinel, the creative group has expertise building immersive experiences for theme parks. Katmandu Punta Cana, as the park is provisionally known, will open at the end of 2020.
The publication highlights that Falcon’s company has previously worked with SeaWorld, Universal Studios and Walt Disney Co. It also helped design the Heroes and Legends exhibition at the Kennedy Space Center, as well as build a large National Geographic facility in Times Square in New York .
The park will also include a 36-hole golf course designed by Katmandu and enhanced by the Falcon creative team.