Travel agents, tour operators and journalists have in the program of the meeting a tour that includes a look at this beautiful region of Cuba.
This territory symbolizes Habanos, Cuba’s Premium or handmade cigars, the best ones of the world, as the preferential leaf that covers them is harvested in its lands.
Pinar del Rio, however, is that and much more, when it also has some charms to exemplify, particularly three perfect scenarios for the travel industry.
A first point could be Cayo Levisa, 27 kilometers from La Palma, in northern Pinar del Rio, from the Palma Rubia pier. There, you can board the boats to Cayo Levisa.
Following is Guanahacabibes, the starting point to reach La Bajada, the westernmost region of Cuba. This is a small community of about 100 inhabitants, mainly dedicated to forestry work, with a very experienced knowledge of nature conservation.
From there, you can travel to the Guanahacabibes National Park, declared a World Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1987, with 39,400 hectares.
Maria la Gorda also stands out as one of the best International Diving Centers in Cuba, a special, quiet and adventurous place, especially for those who prefer to dive in the sea.
Conceived mainly for divers, although it is a wonderful option for eco-tourists, the Center is located in the vicinity of Cabo Corrientes.