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Tourism supports foundation of Cuba’s economy

Camagüey, Cuba, Nov 24 (Prensa Latina) For a region with 20 percent of Cuba's beaches, the beginning of the peak tourism season is fundamental in the rebound of the province's economy.

The Tourist Exchange held recently on Cayo Cruz, off the northern coast of this province, gave clear signs that 2023, in its final stages, might be an important year in the so-called smokeless industry.

The hopes for development in Cuba’s largest province rest precisely on the tourism sector.

According to the website of Radio Cadena Agramonte, “the peak season for international tourism, which began in November in Cuba, reports an increase in tourist arrivals in Camagüey.”

In statements to Radio Cadena Agramonte, Yunesky Cantelli, the delegate of the Ministry of Tourism in Camagüey, confirmed “the increase in the presence of several tourist-sending markets, especially Russia, Canada, France, Italy and Spain, at destinations like Cayo Coco, Holguín and Trinidad.”

Camagüey, which holds more than 20 percent of Cuba’s beaches, has natural strongholds such as the protected areas of the Máximo River, the the ecosystem of the Sábana-Camagüey archipelago, and Sierra de Cubitas, which is visited by hiking enthusiasts.