With Cuba’s Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz in attendance, the city of Sagua la Grande was unveiled Friday as the newest travel destination of Villa Clara, a province of central Cuba.
The UK, the fair’s guest country this year, has become one of Cuba’s sixth outbound market overall and the fourth largest out of Europe.
During a presentation made within the framework of the International Tourism Fair (FITCuba 2018) in Santa Maria Key, Mr. Oltuski spelled out details on new openings in the works on Santa Maria Key.
Nigel Baker, head of the Latin American Division at the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Commonwealth, took the floor Tuesday during the grand opening of the International Tourism Fair FitCuba 2018.
Cuba’s Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz opened Tuesday the 38th edition of the International Tourism Fair (FitCuba 2018) at the Sercotel Experience Cayo Santa Maria.
The main leaders of all the important travel agencies and Canadian tour operators will be present at the fair to bear out their stance as Cuba’s top outbound market.
FitCuba 2018, the island nation’s top international travel and tourism fair, is poised to have the largest turnout of delegates as the fair unfolds on May 2-5 in Cayo Santa Maria, a beautiful and sought-after key off the coast of Villa Clara province, in central Cuba.
Cuba has already surpassed the 500,000 visitor mark for 2018 and much of the credit goes to Canada, once again the island’s top source market.
“Most of the cruises that are docking in Cuba –by far the fastest-growing travel niche on the island nation- arrive in Havana, therefore, Gaviota’s contribution to this segment comes down to developing the necessary infrastructure the country needs for this particular activity,” Frank Pais Oltusk
Nigel Baker, head of the Latin American Division at the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Commonwealth, took the floor Tuesday during the grand opening of the International Tourism Fair FitCuba 2018