Stéphane Ferrux : 2019 is going to be the year of quality and innovation! We have a lot of hard work ahead of us to keep the destination always fresh with activities focused on discovery, but we also have a strong quality-oriented policy in every part of our business, including sales, program coordination, reservation, execution: before – during – and after the trip.
S.F : Agencies that needs us to step out of the conventional way of doing travels, that right now is a section of the market already covered by the big government-owned agencies.
Those specializing in nature, hiking, biking, agencies that offer top-of-the-line and complex services and mostly incentive travels, have trusted us for a long time.
S.F : The great people we work with: self-driven, well trained, distributed in three big groups: Incentive, Custom-design Individual, and Nature.
Our reputation is also based on production on the ground.
We are constantly investing in new and fresh activities.
S.F : We project a 20% growth over the last two years. 2019 is going to be a good year. We are ready to present Cuba the way we like to, authentic, not-fully discovered, at its higher potential moment..
S.F : For , FIT travels the accommodations are carefully curated, following criteria such as infrastructure, space and location, but mostly based on quality of service. For activities, we start with the fact that all are entirely private and exclusive with a distinct approach from each spot, especially Havana.
For Incentives, Cuban soirees are a must: an Evening at the Museum of the Revolution with a sound and light show against the facade of the former Presidential Palace, a Concert-Dinner held at the Jardines de la Tropical.
For Nature, we’re always on the road discovering the less beaten paths around the Island, to deliver the best hikes and views.
S.F : Visit Remedios: an authentic, small and charming town, with centrally-located accommodations, fun activities for children of all ages, authentic of the northern shore of central Cuba like no other place. There’s rum, cigars, railroad history and great local cuisine. And, of course, the famous Parrandas, December 24th.