The Iberostar Parque Central hotel in the capital reopened on December 1 and received its first customers with the chain's new protocols and the more than 300 safety and hygiene measures it has developed together with its Medical Advisory Council (CAM).
The Gaviota SA Tourism Group, created more than 30 years ago, has representation in the main tourist resorts of the country, with a wide structure of hotels that will have free Wi-Fi connection as of December 1, to respond to the needs of the customers.
With the arrival of two flights of the Swift Air airline to the José Martí International Airport, in the Cuban capital, from Miami, the operations of the most important Cuban air terminal were restarted this Sunday.
Tourists who currently visit Cuba in the resorts of Jardines del Rey and Varadero, respectively, are well protected and safe, from the possible effects of tropical storm Eta, due to the measures adopted by the country's authorities.
BY ROBERTO F. CAMPOS / PHOTOS: JOSÉ (TITO) MERIÑO, , ROBERTO MOREJÓN & JULIO LARRAMENDI
While it is true that making a list of Cuba’s most beautiful landscapes is truly difficult because of the variety and amount of scenery, it is possible to point out those that have been most attractive to visitors.
The climate and nature converged there to create places for a peaceful stay. Both to the north and to the south of Cuba, groups of cays break up into marvelous islands that captivate and provide peace and stimulation to those who have the opportunity to visit them and enjoy their charms to the fullest.
With the arrival this Friday of a group of tourists from Montreal, the tour operator Air Canada Vacations restarts its operations in the resort of Varadero, the main sun and beach destination in the largest of the Antilles, says a press release from the Ministry of Tourism.
Located in the eastern provinces of Holguín and Guantánamo, Alexander von Humboldt Park is the most important protected natural area in Cuba and one of the richest and most endemic mountain ecosystems in the world.
With the arrival of the first Russian tourists at Jardines del Rey international airport, the tour operator Pegas Touristik restarted on Wednesday its operations in Cuba, disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic.