Thursday,  July 2, 2020  1:39 am

Cuba reopening to international travellers on July 1st


Cuba reopening to international travellers on July 1st
Cuba is re-opening to international travellers on July 1st as travel restrictions are lifted.
Pax Global Media

Cuba is re-opening to international travellers on July 1st as travel restrictions are lifted, with first flights arriving in Los Cayos from Canada.

“Cuba would like all Canadians as well as travel agents and tour operators that the time you have been waiting for is here!” stated  Lessner Gomez, Director for the Cuba Tourist Board, in a release. “Cuba with all its natural charm, vibrant culture and kind people await you all with open arms. We are ready to welcome you back!”

Improving hotels and infrastructure

Over the past few months The Cuban government has focussed its efforts in on the battle against the pandemic. During this time, government officials took steps to improve all hotels and tourism infrastructure. 

Hygiene and sanitary protocols were put in place in order to ensure the safety of the Cuban people and its international visitors, as tourism activities are reactivated.

New promotional campaign

Constant communication and coordination with all relevant stakeholders in the tourism industry has been a priority throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to keep them informed on all updates and current activities.

A new promotional campaign will also be launched across Cuba Tourism Board social media platforms to reactivate and invite tourism to Cuba. 

For additional information, please visit www.gocuba.ca/en/.


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