BARACOA, Cuba. – The Cuban vice Minister of Tourism, Mayra Alvarez, announced from the city of Baracoa that the twelfth edition of 2019 Turnat on nature tourism will be held in Zapata Swam, south of Matanzas.
During the closing last Sunday of the latest edition of the meeting it was announced that the next one will be from September 24 to 28 in this important Caribbean wetland.
In the final session of 2017 Turnat, the Vice Minister of Tourism highlighted that more than a hundred experts attended the event, which verified the potential for nature tourism in the provinces of Holguin and Guantanamo.
A Biodiversity Reserve and enrolled in the Ramsar Convention, Zapata Swamp has natural values that make it a point of interest for nationals and foreigners.