Las Terrazas services restarted

Artemisa, Cuba - Las Terrazas tourist community was closed to the public due to Covid-19; only a few hours ago it received the certification of the most hygienic and safe Tourism, so it restarts its work with new vigor.

Dennelys Fuentes Báez, Commercial Director of the Complex, informed that this reopening is done without neglecting the performance with the measures to prevent the spread of the new Coronavirus.

She added that they already provide services to both national and international tourism. The offers are in the San Juan River, the House of Boats, the Moka Hotel, the Curujey Ranch and other original places.

This tourist complex located on the banks of the San Juan River, within the Rosario mountain range, allows the visitor to get in direct contact with nature, interact with it and enjoy its well-protected flora and fauna; a great option to have a good time.

Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López

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