Quintana Roo and Cuba seek to retake the concept of multi-destination to attract more European tourists to Cancun, which is why the Tourism Promotion Council of Quintana Roo (CPTQ) signed an agreement with Cuba.
It was at the International Fair of Cuba, which will conclude on Saturday, May 11, where the CPTQ staff signed the collaboration agreement, informed the agency’s director, Darío Flota Ocampo.
“We were invited to this event by the tourism office of Cuba, we talked about the need to take advantage of the long stays of visitors to know both places taking advantage of their proximity and in this way to create a coordinated effort in tourism between Quintana Roo and Cuba, “he said.
This agreement between the state and Cuba is about getting that after knowing Cancun, Tulum, in addition to Chichen Itza, and in case of arriving in the Mexican Caribbean, tourists are transferred to Havana.
Flota Ocampo pointed out that the concept of multi-destination would be resumed this year, after a long period of pause, which is why to achieve greater momentum it will work with Cuban tour operators and the Cubana de Aviación company, as well as take advantage of the celebrations of the 500 years of Havana
He explained that this intention has existed for three years and seeks to carry it out through cruises or airplanes, which will be decided at the conclusion of the meeting in Cuba.
“Once the fair ends, we will meet to agree on the date of arrival of visitors from Cuba to Cancun and thereby increase tourism from Europe,” he said.