Cruise Ship Tourism Is Back to Cuba. The Arrival of Cruise ship ‘Marella Discovery 2’ Restarts Cruise Operations in Cuba

Cuba, Havana: Plaza de la Catedral de San Cristobal (Photo credit Gorupdebesanez at the arrival of the British cruise ship Marella Discovery 2 in Havana, the operations of the cruise industry in Cuba have restarted.

Her landing has led the Cuban authorities to celebrate a “successful” high season, an incentive after the small numbers of visitors forced the reduction of official projections for the end of this year.

The ship, flying the flag of the Bahamas and owned by the German-British tourist group TUI UK, arrived this Friday at the Havana cruise terminal with 1,600 passengers of different nationalities, who stayed on the Island for 27 hours before continuing their tour of the Caribbean.

Some of the travelers toured the historic center of Old Havana, while the rest took an excursion to Pinar del Río, to do nature tourism and visit the tobacco facilities that remain standing after the passage of Hurricane Ian.

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