“Cuba, with great growth in tourism investments, continues being a key country in our strategic plan.” Francisco Vera, President of DANONA.
Despite all the devastation that Hurricane Irma left in Cuba, the year 2017 has set new historical records for tourism, reaching a figure of more than 4 million international visitors.
This Caribbean island, is immersed in an ambitious investment plan, where in the coming years will be built dozens of new establishments, in order to develop not only the sun and beach tourism, but also the heritage, historical, ecological, cultural and health tourism.
Currently, this country has more than 67,000 rooms, and in 2018 they expect to inaugurate more than 5,000 new rooms, this way, estimating to create 108,000 new rooms until the year 2030, gaining a capacity for a maximum of 10 million tourists.
DANONA, believes in this wonderful country, that in addition of being a land of great beauty, is fortunate to be blessed with the warm and friendly inhabitants that it has.
In the image, Francisco Vera, president of DANONA with Ines Maria Marin, country manager of Cuba.