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Circuit touring in Cuba - A splendid adventure

Circuit touring in Cuba - A splendid adventure

Eastern Cuba has five provinces, each with their own culture and fascinating landscapes and rich in history and tradition: Las Tunas, Holguín, Granma, Santiago de Cuba and Guantánamo.

The Beautiful Isle of Paredón Grande

The Beautiful Isle of Paredón Grande

Paredón Grande is one of the smallest and almost virgin islands that make up the Jardines del Rey (King‘s Gardens) archipelago of the Ciego de Ávila province, off central Cuba‘s northern coast.

 Healthy Hiking in Cuba

Healthy Hiking in Cuba

Cuba has many naturally wonderful sites that are ideal for both health tourism and hiking; two options increasingly enjoyed by visitors from all over the world.

FIHAV2016, New Business Opportunities for Cuba

FIHAV2016, New Business Opportunities for Cuba

The 34th Edition of the Havana International Fair to be held from October 31st to November 4th is a key event for the development of Cuban trade. This year a record number of participants is expected with over 4,000 exhibitors from about 60 countries, which will give the Island’s exports high visibility.

 Praise for Biodiversity Protection in Cuba

Praise for Biodiversity Protection in Cuba

The United Nations Program for Development (UNDP) has praised Cuba’s work for the care and conservation of its biodiversity, especially in the north-central Sabana-Camaguey ecosystem, that encompasses 35 protected sites. Myrtha Kaular, resident UNPD representative in Cuba, highlighted the work done to preserve its flora, fauna and ecosystems.

Swimming with Dolphins in Varadero

Swimming with Dolphins in Varadero

Swimming with dolphins is a new activity visitors can now enjoy in Varadero, Cuba’s largest beach resort, specifically in waters near Key Blanco, an extension of the Hicacos Peninsula.

Havana’s Antiques on Wheels

Havana’s Antiques on Wheels

“In 1958 Cuba had the world’s sixth largest ratio of automobiles to inhabitants, preceded only by the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Venezuela and West Germany in that order.”

Cabaret Café

Cabaret Café

The story of Cuba’s first cabaret or night club is set against the background of the Ten Year War (1868-78), when Havana seemed more like a garrison under siege than a city and its residents took refuge in theaters, bull runs and the circus for some light relief.

Jibakoba Village

Jibakoba Village

The Jibakoba Village will offer its guests and residents exceptional recreational entertainment such as golf, horse riding, diving, sailing and eco-tourism as well as high quality cultural, artistic and musical activities. The hotel and residential world-class destination resort is located in a unique setting on 12.5 km2 (3.100 acres) and conveniently only 45 minutes from Havana and from Varadero’s International Airport.

Guamá, The Precious Lagoon

Guamá, The Precious Lagoon

The Laguna del Tesoro (Treasure Lagoon) enchants both Cuban and foreign visitors with its scenic waters and surroundings. The central focus is the Guamá holiday accommodation center.

Marvelin Club a Dream Come True

Marvelin Club a Dream Come True

For Joan Roc, his dreams as a sailor turned into reality when he stopped on this Caribbean island about 4 years ago during a trip around the whole of South America and, without expecting it, fell in love and decided to spend the rest of his life here.

 A Dive into Neptune's Garden

A Dive into Neptune's Garden

Strapping air tanks to their backs and exploring the magical serenity of life below the surface, more and more people around the world are enjoying scuba diving as the perfect antidote to the stresses of daily life on dry land. Cuba is no stranger to this pastime and it is a growing sector for the country's tourist industry. Canadians and Europeans are increasingly choosing to go diving on their trips to Cuba and thanks to its island location, the country could soon be one of the premier diving destinations in the Caribbean.

Cayo Largo, The Perfect Place to Unwind in Cuba

Cayo Largo, The Perfect Place to Unwind in Cuba

In a world where recreational travel is a priority for many people, Cuba has the perfect place for leisure tourism: Cayo Largo del Sur, a small resort island off the south coast of the Cuban mainland.

Nautical Activities, An Attractive Option

Nautical Activities, An Attractive Option

Cuba´s privileged position in the Caribbean Sea makes it an attractive destination for all nautical activities. It is the largest island in the Caribbean with a coastline spanning 5,746km, with more than 200 bays and about 289 natural beaches. The average annual water temperature is 29 Celsius with a visibility that exceeds 30 meters and a seabed of incomparable beauty.


Taina Gourp
Progressive Strategy Group
TranConsul
Fira Barcelona
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