Tour operators around the globe are reporting high demand for travel to Cuba that hotel rooms in Havana are selling out months in advance, with some agencies unable to offer availability until April 2016. Meanwhile, Cuba’s National Bureau of Statistics and Information announced that the arrivals to the island surpassed three million mark. Cuba received 3,139,764 international travelers from January to November 2015; a 17.6% increase.
According to the data, in November the island received a total of 289,195 foreign tourists.
Among all countries, Canada strengthened their position as the main tourist-sending market, after reaching 1.168,298 visitors in 11 months, an increase of 12 %.
Then Germany (154,000,718), United Kingdom (143,000,143), France (124,000,472), Italy (117,000,756) and Spain (95,000,279) were positioned in that other.
Meanwhile, in Latin America the leadership corresponded to Mexico with 93,000,727 tourists, accompanied by Venezuela (86,000,891), Argentina (78,000,926) and Chile (46,000,382).