Published on 2020-06-26 by
You can already book for the Destinations: Cayo Largo, Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo and Cayo Santa María. We are waiting for you!
Published on 2020-05-27 by
Cuba is very cautious concerning the moment to open its borders again to international tourism, and while the country waits, it attempts to adapt the sector to new sanitary measures that will be essential when world leisure industry resumes.
Published on 2020-04-21 by
The Viñales Valley is one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the Cuban geography. But some 200 million years ago, it was submerged in the primitive seas of the super continent Pangea.
Published on 2020-04-17 by
"Staying home today means being able to travel tomorrow." The hashtag # ViajaMañana summarizes this motto of solidarity and hope, through which the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) calls for the shared responsibility of travelers and the tourism sector around the world to face the coronavirus pandemic.
Published on 2020-04-14 by
This April 4 the city of Holguín turned 300 years old. Nearly 1,500 constructive actions of restoration and maintenance gave a renewed image to the territory of eastern Cuba founded on the same date in 1720.
Published on 2020-04-10 by
Hundreds of Cuban doctors have recently arrived in countries where the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc and keep its health systems on the brink of collapse.
Published on 2020-04-07 by
Las Terrazas Resort. Located in the Biosphere Reserve of the Sierra del Rosario, Las Terrazas offers a rural sustainable development experiences, with a beautiful natural landscape and environment protected by the local community.
Published on 2020-04-03 by
This island on the north coast can be reached by sea. About 45 km from Viñales
Published on 2020-03-31 by
Known as the Pearl of the South or the beautiful city of the sea, the city of Cienfuegos occupies a privileged position in the central south of Cuba.
Published on 2020-03-27 by
Third town founded in 1514 by the Spaniards as Villa de la Santísima Trinidad. Known as the city-museum of the Caribbean and one of the best conserved in the Americas