Monday, January 1, 2018
Havana.- Cuba's tourism sector has incorporated a new recreational option that is called the Coffee Route and takes place in the eastern part of the country.
The initiative is commercialized by the travel agency Ecotur, and consists of trekking and agricultural activities in coffee plantations.
The Coffee Route consists of a circuit on the Gran Piedra mountain range, including the ancient French coffee farm La Isabelica, and the garden La Siberia.
A second tour includes the restored coffee farms Fraternidad, Santa Paulina, San Juan de Escocia and San Luis de Jacas, among others.
The development of the project was sponsored by Casa Dranguet, in conjunction with the Office of the City Curator in Santiago de Cuba, the French-Belgian foundation Malongo and the funding by the European Union.