Trinidad de Cuba tourist resort continues to grow in buildings, comfort and quality of the services, according to Reinier Rendón, delegate of the Ministry of Tourism in this southern-center territory of the island (MINTUR).
The tourist official told Prensa Latina that investment actions will reach some 20,000 rooms by 2030. This growth, he added, will rate the village —considered as Cultural Heritage of Humanity together with its Valle de los Ingenios (Valley of the Sugar Mills)— and the tourist development in the provincial capital, among Cuba’s largest hotel infrastructure and offers.
Trinidad currently features some 4,000 capacities, of which 1,155 are state-run and the rest are private lodgings linked to MINTUR.
As part of activities to boost adventurers and landscaping lovers, Trinidad is bracing itself for welcoming foreign visitors deeply interested in attending the 12th Nature Tourism Event, TURNAT-2019, to be held from September 26 to 28.
According to the official program by Ecotur S.A. Travel Agency, the majestic event will be opened on September 23 at the Ciénaga de Zapata, Matanzas.
The event will be attended by important travel agencies, tour operators and specialized press to better learn about this potential region in different modalities, including hiking, ecotourism routes, river tours, birdwatching (birding), canopy, kayaking, diving and sport fishing.
(Translated from PL)