Camp Camacho Closes Down Early Due to Coronavirus


Camp Camacho, Davidoff’s Honduran cigar tourism program, has shut down early due to coronavirus COVID-19 and public health officials’ requests for people to reduce travel.

The company has postponed its last two scheduled trips for 2020, both of which were set to take place in the coming weeks. According to Cigar Dojo, which organized one of those trips, the plan is to reschedule those for sometime in the fall.


Drew Estate, which operates the most notable cigar tourism program—Cigar Safari—told halfwheel it has not yet postponed its last remaining trip for the year, scheduled for early April.

Yesterday, the Tobacconists’ Association of America announced the postponement of its TAA Meeting & Convention, the first major industry event to be affected due to coronavirus COVID-19,

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