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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.

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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.

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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.

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Adventure and risk tourism. Is it worth it?

The word “Caribbean” is synonymous with “relaxation”. Not anymore. Reasons are the pristine reefs, rain forests, miles of hiking trails and a growing adventure tourism industry. The paradise region offers now a plenty of options for adrenaline seekers.

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Come to Cuba and have a “Varaderazo”

If someone in Cuba offer you a “Varaderazo”, he is a good friend. All he wants for you is an excellent time in Varadero, a long beach of fine white sand and blue sea capable to attract over a million tourists a year.

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