Cuba, known as the largest Antillean island, is a key stage in the Caribbean tourist zone, and has enough attractions to complement the leisure facilities in the region.
Along with excellent beach areas, rich heritage, culture and history, multi-option gains prominence to form innovative proposals to the various segments of the tourism industry.
According to experts, this method provides an opportunity for tourists to get in touch with the most attractive places in each country and identity that defines their cultures.
In addition, recreational alternative that allows each destination is a complement to the general tour package, so guests will find a different option in every location.
Plans in this direction aim to turn the Caribbean into the most beautiful, with best service tourist area in the world, and also the most attractive.
In that sense, the island has a variety of destinations for the development of a wide range of options along with other tourist places of the region, which enjoys excellent natural resources and facilities.
Under these assumptions, there are conditions for the design of cultural historical routes, associated with the fortifications and magnificent examples of military architecture that holds the Caribbean.
Indeed, for this it is the common origin based on a historical reality of a region that in ancient times was infested with privateers and pirates.
Examples are found in the complex of forts built in Havana and Santiago de Cuba, considered among the most important in the region.
It is also inserted into that alternative the so-call Slave Route, with a kind of tourism that preserves the memory of those forcibly brought from Africa to meet the labor needs of the colony.
Moreover, the Caribbean has become the leading world cruise market with a share of 40 percent share of the total sector.
In that environment Cuba gradually returns to that tourist modality, taking into account the exceptional granting of permits by the US Treasury Department to various shipping companies.
The Adonia cruise, of the Carnival company, began its operations on the island and Royal Caribbean firm requested for next season a jaunt with 72 scales between Havana and Miami.
In turn, the Thomson Dreams, Louis Cristal and MSC Opera, of the MSC Crociere company, which will include another vessel in the 2016-2017 period, have sailed out from Cuban ports.
Hence, cruises constitute another element in favor of multi-destination tourism, in order to achieve harmonious development among all entries to the Caribbean.