Ciego de Avila, Cuba.-A total of 2,000 young people from Canada are enjoying their school vacations the Cuban resort of Jardines del Rey, within the S-Trip Canadian Students Tourism Program.

Manuel Yanes, supervisor of Canadian tour operator AIR CANADA in this region of the world, told reporters that since the end of June and during the month of July, groups of Canadian students will be travelling to the Cuban northern keys for vacation, atracted by the weather of Cuba and the natural landscapes.

For this purpose, they are preparing activities for studnets from different parts of Canada, mostly from Toronto and the city of Alberta.

The Tryp Cayo Coco Hotel is receiving this segment of tourists, with activities according their age, including ecological excursions and visits to historical places in Ciego de Avila and the city of Moron,in the same province, besides recreation, sport and cultural activities.

The program also includes exchanges with student communities close to the resort, including painting, cleaning and activities with the neighbors.

The students come to the international airport in flights of the companies Air Transat, SunWing, WestJet, and Air Canada, the last one with the biggest number.

For the young people of the northern country, Cuba is an excellent destination for the culture, the hotel offers, the nature and the excursions.

Jardines del Rey receives as annual average more than four hundred thousand foreign vacationers, of whom almost 60 per cent they come from Canada and the rest of Argentina, the United Kingdom and Italy, between other nations.