Shipping company Silversea will start making trips to Cuba from February next year, when it plans a total of five, while for 2020 there would be another 12 trips, according to a report published by the website Cruise Industry News.
The president of the American promoting trip Organization toward Cuba, Insight Cuba, Tom Popper, reiterated that to travel to the island is legal and safe, a fact on which many North American don’t have a total clarity.
Turkey’s Minister of Tourism and Culture, Numan Kurtulmus, visited the Cuban stand in the International Tourism Fair and Oriental Mediterranean Trips (Emitt), informed diplomatic sources to Latin Press.
Cuba attends the 22th edition of the International Tourism Fair and Oriental Mediterranean Trips (Emitt) which is hold in Istanbul, Turkey, with the participating of more than a thousand exhibitors from 85 countries and representatives of 600 tour operators from 105 nations.
The Majesty of the Seas and Empress of the Seas cruises will travel to Cuba starting next year with two new destinations on the Island: Santiago de Cuba and Cienfuegos, according to an announcement by the company. In a press release the aforementioned company said that the additional trips and the breadth of experiences in the new ports of the south coast "offer adventure seekers more ways to immerse themselves in the culture and history of the vibrant island."
The North American airline Delta maintains the aspiration to increase the daily frequency from Miami after completing its first year of the re-establishment of direct flights to Cuba from three cities in the United States.
Cuba registered the figure of four million visitors so far, two months earlier than in the past year, which shows the confidence of the largest Antillean Island customers, the tour operators and travel agencies that commercialize this important Caribbean destination.