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Apr
12
MARLIN S.A., Marinas and Water Sports Business Group, invites through the Havanatur Tour Operator and with the guidance of the Cuban Federation of Underwater Activities (FCAS), to the International Underwater Photo Competition “FOTOSUB 2015”, that will be held in Cayo Guillermo, Cuba, since april 29 to may 2. “FOTOSUB 2015” is an open competition. The main purpose of this competition is the selection and presentation of the submarine flora and fauna photos that will be... + read more
Apr
09
The US embargo on Cuba still prevents “Yankees” tourists traveling to the “forbidden island”. But despite this,  the wave of American citizens to go on holiday to Cuba is already moving. At least that’s what the facts say. According to many news report in United States, the most importan tCruise lines are preparing for the Cuban rush of US tourists”. “Once the rules allow us to go legally, once the embargo is lifted, which is the main... + read more
Apr
07
This 2015 marks the half millennium of the Cuban townships of Santiago de Cuba and Remedios. Santiago de Cuba, known as the “most Caribbean” of the island’s cities, will renovate the tourist offer on the advent of its 500th anniversary based on the recovery of its historic and architectural heritage, the reanimation of the city and the improvement of its image. Founded on July 25, 1515 by Diego Velázquez, it was the sixth Cuban township and the country’... + read more
Apr
02
Havana.- According to Cuba’s National Statistics and Information Bureau (ONEI), the total number of travelers who reached Cuban ports during the first month of the year rose to 3,937 passengers. Cuban tourism authorities expect some 212 stopovers by 13 cruisers during the current season, which began in November and will last till April. Last year, the Louis Cristal cruiser, rented out to the Louis group by the Canadian company Cuba Cruise, included the island in its itinerary for the... + read more
Mar
30
CBS News, The Associated Press, The Canadian Press Bookings to Cuba jumped 57 per cent for one New York tour operator in the weeks after Washington said it would renew ties with Havana. In February, they were up 187 per cent; and so far this month, nearly 250 per cent. The boom is just one sign that the rush is on to see Cuba now — before, as many predict, McDonald’s claims a spot in Old Havana and Starbucks moves in on Cubita, the island’s premium coffee brand.... + read more

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