Toronto, Canada, January 30, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- After six months online, VisitCuba.com reports that Canadians are the top users of the site. As of January 2013, Canadian visits represented 34.22% of the traffic to the popular Cuba information site, US visits made up 18.77% and UK visitors comprised 13.33%.
Canadians have a love of all things Cuba, notes John Morris, the site’s webmaster. According to Cuba's Agencia Cubana de Noticias (ACN) more than one million Canadians visited the island in 2012 (35% of all tourism to the country) marking two years in a row for 1 million+ visitors from Canada.
VisitCuba.com aims specialized information at Canadians in both English and French languages meeting a need for current relevant travel info. The site has areas for practical questions such as ‘will my Canadian cellphone work in Cuba.’
Perhaps surprising is the high level of interest from US citizens, who can only travel to Cuba under special permit. The site, which covers most every aspect of Cuban travel and culture, is edited and operated in Canada meaning that it is entirely removed from the effects of the US embargo on Cuba.
With a team of writers and photographers on the ground throughout the island, VisitCuba provides well-written, up to date coverage of most things Cuban. It is an opinionated site and uses expert rather than crowd-sourced information as bases for its coverage. The site is independent and does not rely on any government or tourist board for its content.
VisitCuba.com is owned by Wilton Properties, a subsidiary of 360VOX Corporation based in Montreal, Canada. The site can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Issued for VisitCuba.com by Marcovitch Public Relations, Toronto Canada email@example.com 416 963 3222.