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Sandy white, gray and golden beaches stand out against the turquoise blue sea; calm waters near a mountain top hide the inner beauty of its seabed. The Island’s shores, some in the Caribbean, others in the Atlantic, are a temptation to peacefully enjoy the soft, magical waves.
By Adalis Pilar / Photos: PUBLICITUR
Viñales is a UNESCO designated World Cultural Heritage Site and may soon become Cuba’s first Global Geopark, a distinction that would make this area, famous for its picturesque limestone formations and Jurassic rocks, even more attractive.
By Ana María Ruiz, Photos: Vladimir Molina
The twenty-seventh edition of the Feria Internacional del Libro de La Habana (Havana International Book Fair) will this year be dedicated to Eusebio Leal Spengler, the director of the City Historian’s Office (la Oficina del Historiador de la Ciudad) in Havana. China is this year’s country of honour.
By Edilberto F. Méndez, Vice President, Prensa Latina
Choosing Cuba with the conviction that it could become a necessary and central source of information was the main reason that CubaPlus magazine came about a decade ago.
By: Arianna Gutiérrez Martínez, Photos: Publicitur (Norlys)
The Cuban archipelago surprises us with its natural resources, landscapes, and its abundant, endemic and diverse flora and fauna. These magnificent characteristics have made Cuba a focus of the evolution of Caribbean species and one of the main destinations for nature tourism in the area.
By Roberto F. Campos, Photos: Prensa Latina
The Ernest Hemingway International Yacth Club, Cuba’s most prominent recreational sailing institution and event promoter, will host a series of activities this year to mark its 25th anniversary.
By Roberto F. Campos, Photos: Publicitur (Norlys)
Following the 67th tournament at the beginning of June this year, local authorities affirmed that this type of recreational activity attracts more and more travelers every year from around the world.
By Marta Gómez Ferrals Photos: Courtesy of various Cuban travel agencies
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.
By Neisa Mesa del Toro / Photos: Publicitur
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.
Text and photos by Roberto F. Campos
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.
BY MERCY RAMOS, PHOTOS: JOSÉ MERIÑO
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.
By Ana Laura Arbesú / Photos: Prensa Latina
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.
Photos: Roberto Morejón, Jit INDER
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.
By: Ciro Bianchi Ross, Photos: José Tito Meriño
“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.”
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