Cuba’s tourism potential in undeniable. Anthology beaches, flora dreamy and timeless beauty, Cuba is the favorite destination of millions of tourists a year.
While it is true, most of those tourists come to the island to settle in the All Inclusive Resorts, many of them might be interested in the practice of ecotourism, a trend that sum increasingly popular.
If you are looking from the business perspective, Cuba could well become the eco tourist destination in the Caribbean; in fact, already a reference for the protection and conservation of natural resources, because even their laws so require.
It is correct to say that ecotourism already exists in Cuba, although incipiently. Terrazas, Frijol, the Cordillera de la Gran Piedra, the Caves of Bellamar and Tope de Collantes and although it has a large structure, remains among the most important ecotourism destinations in the Caribbean, and all because their resources they are simply very impressive to obviate these risks, but what if the industry feeds?
In a year where changes are expected for the progress in restoring relations with the United States, it is not crazy to start thinking that the island could look for future expanding its tourism, obeying a conservation policy.
The economic impact of the development of eco tourism industry in the making could be very positive for Cuba: the possibility of injection of foreign capital, creating jobs, all while still protecting ecosystems. Industries like envios aereos a cuba are growing, but others will be affected.
Obviously, from the point of view of conservation, it is necessary to carry out in-depth studies of the quality of resources and if you would hold the large-scale exploitation by then develop a single system that can not be imitated so easily elsewhere close (Mexico, Bahamas, and others).
The potential exists, it is important to develop policies, including national, help develop a project that can work now and in the future.