All Canadian tourists who arrived Friday at the Jardines del Rey Keys destination in Central Cuba tested negative for COVID-19, following PCR tests authorities reported.
Some 140 tourists are now safely enjoying one of the most promising destinations in the Caribbean due to its natural conditions and comfort.
The five hotels that host the vacationers, located in the keys isolated from the mainland, previously underwent a rigorous protocol, with staff training and reconditioning to earn the condition of hygienic and safe tourism, which offers guarantees to visitors.
Luis Baez Pena, the commercial representative of Ecotur travel agency in the Ciego de Avila province, told media outlets that tourists would enjoy nautical, ecological, and sports activities and horse-riding.
Other novelties are the motorcycle and bicycle excursions along paths that allow the enjoyment of environmental elements, kitesurfing, and fishing.