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Holidays in Atlantis? Try the Guanahacabibes Peninsula

TTC News Service.-  Atlantis, the city that sank into the sea in a forgotten time, is just  like the mythical unicorn, which some poets still see jogs on certain pastures. Recently, explorers had confirmed the discovery of stone structures deep below the ocean surface that may have been built by ...

Cuba: Magical, mystery tour to Viñales valley

TTC Service. The mountains surrounding the Valley of Viñales, in western Cuba, are small and stout as the Indian gods. The twisty road gradually penetrate into the valley, where reign the “hummocks” (Mogotes in spanish), a large variety of shapes, like gods gathered in war to protect the valley.

Caribbean: The Chinese are still coming

TTC Service.- “Walking ten thousand miles of the world is better than reading ten thousand scrolls”. This ancient Chinese proverb is also a good start for the Caribbean. Not only a start.

International tourism avoids obstacles

TTC Service.- International tourist global arrivals are forecast to reach 1.8 billion by 2030. The figure proves that international tourism is able to overcome obstacles like the economic crisis, political conflicts and even destructive natural phenomena.

Geotourism is attracting increasing interest around the world

TTC Service.- The  term Geotourism  has  been in use informally since 1997, but currently attracts more people to the concept that enhances the geographical character of a given place, including its environment, culture, aesthetics, heritage and the well-being of local residents.