With more than 250 participants, the 8th Eco-Tourism Conference, Turnat 2011, begins Monday in Cuba’s central region, which includes also Sancti Spiritus province. The event is to be held in some of the island’s natural riches.
According to Turnat’s official site, the event opens on September 26th, in the Hanabanilla Hotel, in Villa Clara and will close on September 30th. The main products and potentialities of nature tourism in the destination Cuba are to be exposed.
Participants from Canada, USA, France, Italy, Spain and Germany will arrive in Sancti Spiritus the upcoming 28th.
Sancti Spiritus Natural Protected Landscape Topes de Collantes, the World Heritage Site Valle de los Ingenios (Valley of the Sugar Mills), the Caguanes National Park and the Jobo Rosado Protected Area will be venue of TURNAT 2011, also to be present in some other places of central Cuba.
Tour operators, travel agents, journalists and nature researchers are attending the meeting whose program includes round tables, conferences, experts’ rendezvous and visits to observation spots and some other interesting places
- Turnat 2011, 8th International Congress of Nature Tourism in Cuba (repeatingislands.com)
- American Congress moves to lift ban on Cuba travel | British Airways – Travel Industry News (travelnews.britishairways.com)
- Cuba does away with emblematic Ministry of Sugar (seattletimes.nwsource.com)