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Varadero dunes coming back

Varadero Beach is Cuba's tourist Mecca fun under sun Read More

Salto Fino: the largest Insular Caribbean waterfall

The stream of water falling from 305 m high is called Salto Fino, just as the surrounding region, runs to the Arroyo del Infierno, a tributary flowing into a mainstream Quibiján formed by almost 70 smaller rivers to become the largest in the island. Read More

Cuba's Health-Tourism Company treated more than 5,000 patients in 2007

More than 5,000 patients from 38 countries have received medical treatment in Cuba since September this year, at international clinics led by the government-run Cubanacan Tourism and Health Company. Read More

Aboriginal site discovered in Guanabo Beach

Researcher Alessandro López Pérez highlighted that the ceramics are decorated with anthropomorphic motifs, something that has never been reported in western Cuba Read More

English boy grateful to cuban doctors

Three years ago, the child came to this eastern province to spend his vacations and upon arrival at the airport he had a serious neurological problem that jeopardized his life. The accurate performance of local authorities and especially the neurosurgeon and IC unit doctors and personnel of the "Octavio de la Concepcion y la Pedraja" children hospital allowed for the salvage of this child's life. Read More

Canadians top list of travelers to Cuba

Cuban officials pointed out that Canadians are followed by German, Spanish, Italian and French tourists. Read More

Beaches recuperated in western Cuba

The cleaning and reforestation of beaches and coastal communities such as Girón, Los Pinos, Punta Perdiz, Playa Larga and Caletón are some of the works carried out in Matanzas. Read More

An small hotel can be elegant: Iberostar Trinidad

This lodging is the most recent and smallest of the 85 hotels the Spanish company Iberostar operates throughout the world. Read More

Cuba expects more than two million tourists in 2007

During the inauguration of the Sixth International Event on Tourism of Nature (TURNAT) in the easternmost city of Baracoa, Cuban Tourism Deputy Minister Alexis Trujillo announced that Cuba will receive more than two million tourists in 2007 Read More

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