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Posted November 02, 2004 by publisher in Cuba Vacation

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Authorities from Cuban leisure industry, a key sector in the Caribbean Island’s economy, have announced new structural changes to boost the development of tourism.

In statements to reporters in this capital, Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero informed about the creation of a shopping network under the name of Caracol.

He added that Transtur would be responsible for transportation, while Emprestur will be in charge of maintenance, improvement and gardening.

Palmares, a company that will run recreational centers, restaurants, golf courses and dolphinariums, will carry out extrahotel activities.

The strategy will also strengthen the work of travel agencies with an eye to improving the quality of the tourist offers.

In that regard, services provided by the agencies Rumbos Cuba and Viajes Gran Caribe will be taken over by Cubatur and Viajes Cubanacn.

  1. Follow up post #1 added on November 09, 2004 by tom olson

    my uncle in Canada wants to bring Canadian dollars to Cuba next month.  will the exchange in Cuba be one dollar (ca) for one chavito?


  2. Follow up post #2 added on November 22, 2004 by ROSE ASHINZE

    DEAR SIR/MA,

    I WANTED TO CONFIRM THE ROUTE FROM CUBA TO JOHANESBURG SOUTH AFRICA, ON ONE WAY TICKET, ALSO ROUND TRIP WITHOUT TRANSIT,IS PEREFARABLY.AND IF THERE IS GOING TO BE TRANSIT WILYOU DO THE TRANSIT WITHOUT MY PASSANGER APPEARING. PLEASE CONTACT ME THROUGH THE ABOUVE E MAIL ADDERSS FOR FURTHER DISCUSSION AND BOOKING.


    ROSE ASHINZE


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