Cuba is a world-renowned tourist destination and the largest island within the Greater Antilles in the Caribbean sea.
Its superior location – the meeting point of the northern Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and Atlantic Ocean – offers idyllic tropical climate conditions. Combine these with distinct cultural experiences, historical architecture and a wide array of botany. Cuba provides a unique tourist attraction.
- OVER 4 MILLION TOURISTS PER YEAR – TOP CARIBBEAN DESTINATION
- GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY REFERENCE
- OVER 253 PROTECTED AREAS – A GREEN LUNG
- 257 NATIONAL MONUMENTS 9 UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES
The diversity and natural beauty makes Cuba a worthy candidate to establish itself as a world leader in sustainable tourism.
Sustainable tourism is a vibrant and growing trend. It is a style of tourism that seeks to connect with the entire ecosystem. It considers the current and future economic, social and environmental impacts of the attraction experience it creates. Addressing the needs of not only the visitors, but the industry at large, the ecology of the surrounding environment and the local communities who call the place home.There is a growing demand from consumers for responsible travel to natural areas, which conserves the environment and improves the welfare of local people. Promoting sustainability and allowing them to experience luxury experiences blended into natural environments.
We are fortunate to be involved in an exciting sustainable tourism project in Cuba, learn more about it here: