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By Prensa Latina
Researcher and professor of Tourism in Havana University, Jose Luis Perello, described today as successful cruiser travel to this Caribbean nation.
In an interview with the scholar, published by digital newsletter Caribbean News Digital (CND), Perello said that after a September characterized by the damages of hurricane Irma and other woes, this vacation modality revived.
He mentioned that October ended favorably with a growth rate of 4.3 percent compared to the same month of 2016.
He said other negative factors like the alleged sonic attacks on U.S. diplomats in the Cuban capital, without evidence on the part of Washington authorities, as well as the new measures to hinder travel to Cuba, with additional migratory restrictions to travel to the island.
However, the total of international arrivals at the close of October, was of three million 935 thousand visitors, represents a growth 21.3 percent higher…
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