Canadian tour operators include Cuba in their autumn-winter program

Canadian tour operators include Cuba in their autumn-winter program



The main Canadian tour operators have included Cuba in their fall and winter program with an increase in their departures starting next month, said the Cuban Aviation Corporation S.A. (CACSA) on its Twitter account.

In its information, CACSA quotes the Cuba-Toronto Tourism Office, which also recalled that a few days ago it was announced that the Canadian airline OWG will fly to Cuba starting November, with operations between Montreal and Toronto and Jardines del Rey, Cayo Santa María (via Santa Clara) and Holguín, informed the Corporation.

This shows the marked interest of Canadian tourism in the destination Cuba, taking into account the fact that the keys remain open to international tourism and that in Jardines del Rey the hotel, extra-hotel, marine and transportation facilities are certified with the Tourism + Hygiene and Safe condition, according to recent information from the Ministry of Tourism published on its Twitter account.

The first flight from Canada, after the opening of borders in the greater of the Antilles, took place on September 4 through Air Canada Vacations to Jardines del Rey, from Montreal.

Canada has been the first outbound market for vacationers to Cuba for several years and in 2919 more than one million travelers from that country vacationed on the island, especially in sun and beach destinations.