During the last 15 years, Taina Communications LTD (Canada) and Prensa Latina, Latin American News Agency SA., have published the magazine Cubaplus, fundamentally to promote the island's tourism in this important market.
Cubaplus is the only magazine that circulates in Canada exclusively dedicated to informing about Cuba, its culture, history, traditions, the benefits of its health system, the industry and its exquisite cuisine, among other topics.
In its pages many and varied topics related to the life of the Cuban people are reflected. Outstanding events such as trade and craft fairs, congresses, music festivals, art exhibitions, fashion catwalks, sporting and scientific events, as well as the work developed by numerous personalities in different sectors of the economic and social life of the country.
A main aspect of the magazine is that it informs about the possibilities that Cuba offers to those who decide to vacation in this destination. The magnificence of its beaches, the exuberant beauty of its landscapes, the immense possibilities of practicing water sports, as well as the comforts offered to the visitor by the almost 400 hotels available in the country.
Cubaplus is published every three months with 55,000 copies in full color and is estimated to reach over 200,000 readers each time. It is distributed throughout Canada and in major cities in the United States, as well as in the Caribbean.
In Cuba, it is distributed free of charge through the Latin American News Agency, Prensa Latina, in the main hotels throughout the national territory, in the VIP lounges of Cuba’s 10 international airports, in all national and international events that take place, as well as in the embassies and consulates represented on the island.
For 10 years now, Taina Communications LTD has published the edition in Spanish for Latin America under the name CUBAPLUS LATINOS. With a quarterly frequency and a quantity of 10,000 copies that increases depending on the distribution needs at fairs and other events. In its pages you can find first-hand information about all the events that took place in Cuba in the tourist, cultural, sports, and historical life aimed at the Spanish-speaking market in the American continent.