The tourist facilities of Cuban pole Cayo Largo, south of Matanzas, are ready to receive the Cuban high season tourists with some improvements in their services, Cuban Television reported.
“We are executing together with the Hotel Group Gran Caribe and the Mintur a work plan aimed at improving the service,” said Osmany Díaz Martín, head of the hotel branch in Cayo.
In this regard, more than 200 rustic beach umbrellas have already been placed, “which was a request that our customers made from a critical situation we had with the lack of shade mainly.”
As reported by the Mintur earlier this month, Cuba received four million foreign visitors in 2017, a trademark just at the beginning of the peak season, which expects to close the year with 4.7 million tourists.
This figure was reached 54 days ahead of 2016, a “clear sign” of the continued increase in tourism, after the damage caused by Hurricane Irma to the sector last September, the agency said in a statement.