IN PHOTOS: Havana’s El Morro Lighthouse


A symbol of Havana, the centuries-old El Morro Lighthouse continues to defy the passage of time, resisting hurricanes and captivating passers-by with its irresistible charm

Viñales, a popular paradise (+Photos)

The valley has become one of Cuba’s most important tourist destinations, thanks to its beauty.

At the end of last year, after consulting the world’s principal travel experts, the Business Insider website posted a list of the 25 most attractive destinations on the planet to visit in 2018

Cruise ship tourism on the rise


Cruise ship tourism is on the rise in Cuba. Last year the port of Havana received some 328,000 passengers, with 500,000 expected this 2018

Cuba receives two million international visitors


As of May 18 Cuba had received two million international visitors; evidence of the confidence and recognition of tour operators, travel agencies, airlines, and tourists from around the world, as a safe and attractive tourist destination

JetBlue expanding flights to Havana


U.S. airline JetBlue announced May 9 that it will be expanding flights to Havana, with a new route from Boston and more departures from Fort Lauderdale

Successful investments on Villa Clara's northern keys


With his extraordinary strategic vision, the historic leader of the Revolution was able to foresee the adversities of the Special Period, and recognize that one of the country's principle sources of income was to be found on this string of barrier islands

New tourist offers presented in FitCuba 2018


This year FitCuba, the country’s most important tourism event designed to showcase the sector’s offers and generate new opportunities, served to highlight the island’s potential as a tourist destination, with a focus on the province of Villa Clara

Security, the key to tourist development in Cuba


Tour operators, travel agencies, directors of airlines, journalists and representatives of the world’s top hotel chains, attending FITCuba 2018, highlighted the quality of Cuba’s leisure products and potential as a tourist destination

Four million and counting


As the tourist high season begins, the island has already received four million visitors thus far this year, according to Cuba’s Ministry of Tourism

Cuba committed to sustainable tourism


The island has numerous natural attractions to support sustainable tourism: 5,800 kilometers of coastline; 211 protected areas; and nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, among others