Cuba welcomed nearly 1.5 million international visitors between January and July of this year, marking an impressive 178.4% increase compared to the same timeframe in 2022, as reported by the National Office of Statistics and Information (Onei).
Although this rise is noteworthy, it suggests that reaching the government's goal of 3.5 million international visitors for 2023 might be challenging, given that the first seven months, including the peak season, haven't hit the halfway mark.
Canada leads the list of tourist origins with 630,041 visitors, followed by the United States (99,012), Russia (87,509 . . .