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Colombian tourists enjoy stay in Cuba

Colombian tourists enjoy stay in Cuba

Santa Clara, Cuba, Apr 12 (Prensa Latina) Colombian tourists enjoyed, danced and sang songs from Cuba's traditional repertoire performed by the Compas band until early Tuesday.
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The tourists who arrived in Cuba on Monday morning on the first Bogota-Santa Clara charter flight enjoyed a welcome dinner and listened to the band’s music.

The first night at the Grand Aston Cayo Las Brujas hotel ended in a choreography of young people, children, senior citizens and entire families, who decided to take this innovative tourist package run by tour operator Alex Armstrong, CEO of Vacaciones WAO & Super Viajes.

The promotion and sale of this tourist product was also supported by a group of Colombian wholesale agencies and the efforts of the representative of the office of the Cuban Ministry of Tourism in Colombia.

On Tuesday, the Colombian tourists will enjoy the offers on the Cayo Las Brujas Marina, one of the most popular options in this place of special beauty, according to Angela Sosa, its commercial specialist.

She told Prensa Latina that the arrivals of Colombian holidaymakers is a great joy for the workers of this tourist destination.

It is good to have different markets; it is a good sign to reach new clients and not only the ones we usually have, which are the Canadians, she said.

The tourist package prepared for this charter includes a catamaran ride, swimming pools, beach, disco, safari, as well as a tour of Remedios, Santa Clara, and a trip to the Cuban capital, where they will stay at the new Grand Aston Havana hotel, among many other options.


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