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Havana guided tours for Cuban art, architecture and cigars

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The Havana Journal is happy to promote a new guided tour service for visitors to Havana. There is a small group of Cuban professionals with more than twenty years of experience guiding and advising foreigners through the complex maze of streets and historical sites in Havana. They offer specialized tours… Read More

Canada sends 285k tourists to Cuba in first 60 days of 2013

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From DTCuba.com Canada is by far the country sending the most tourists to Cuba. In just January and February, 284,654 Canadian vacationers went to Cuba. Canada is followed by Germany with less than 10% of the amount of Canadian tourists at just 23,268 people.  France, the UK, Argentina and Italy… Read More

Multiple flights from Cuba carrying sick tourists

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CBC News and Globe and Mail comments At least 11 people arriving in Ottawa and Toronto Canada aboard flights from Cuba on January 20 complained of a stomach illness, officials said. It marked the third time in a week passengers arriving from Cuba reported being ill. The Public Health Agency of Canada… Read More

First National Geographic map of Cuba since 1906

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By David Montgomery | Washington Post It’s a brand new map of Cuba, the National Geographic Society’s first comprehensive rendering of the Caribbean nation since 1906. It’s a classic wall map, 3 feet by 2 feet, 24 miles to the inch. The island stretches like a bony finger across the azure… Read More

National Statistics Office in Cuba releases business and travel reports

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Rob Sequin | Havana Journal The National Statistics Office (ONE) is charged with gathering and integrating Cuba’s economic and population statistics in an efficient manner and to provide the information required for economic planning and behavior analysis of the economy. ONE is in charge of gathering… Read More

Mayabeque and Artemisa replace Habana province in Cuba

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Rob Sequin | Havana Journal Habana province no longer exists. Due to the massive Cuban government reorganization announced in 2010, the province of Habana that surrounded the city of Havana was voted to be divided in half with the two new halves to called Mayabeque province and Artemisa province effective… Read More

2010 Moon Handbook - Cuba travel guide released

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        I read anything Cuba related that Christopher Baker writes. I have read several previous versions of Moon’s Cuba handbook and Christopher’s Havana specific Moon handbook I’ve read his Mi Moto Fidel: Motorcycling Through Castro’s Cuba… Read More

PBS NewsHour Ray Suarez reporting from Havana Cuba

Posted in Cuba Travel > Cuba Travel

Ray Suarez of PBS NewsHour is in Cuba and will be posting articles to his Cuba blog all week sharing his thoughts on Cuba’s national health care system, current economic reforms and the possibility of better US Cuba relations. His latest blog post, In Cuba, Biotech Eyed for Potential Economic Boost… Read More

Massachusetts softball team returns to Havana

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by Abel Gonzalez Alayon | Cuban News Agency Forty US senior softball players are currently in Havana playing a series of baseball games against their Cuban counterparts for a second time in two years. “The first trip was very exciting. Cuba is a mystery for Americans” said centerfielder Mike Frank… Read More

Cuba EduTourism conference in Havana in November

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Rob Sequin | Havana Journal The Canadian not for profit group CETA has announced two additional speakers to join a group of impressive presenters for the upcoming International Conference on Sustainable EduTourism, being held in Havana Cuba, November 7-9. CETA President, Lana Wood says “We are… Read More

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