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Book your flights to Cuba, hotels in Cuba, and more with Cuba Travel USA.
Cuba Travel USA provides flights to Cuba and books hotels in Cuba. Furthermore, we can tell you about activities available to you while in Cuba including Scuba diving, snorkeling hiking, sailing, fishing, golf, dancing, tours, etc. Learn about what to expect while in Cuba and get a more realistic version of Cuba/US relations than is typically portrayed in the US media.
Today's Cuba offers travelers a rare opportunity to see a society very different from any other in the world. It is one of the most unique destinations one can visit today. In some areas, you will see some of the most picturesque beaches you have ever seen coupled with the beautiful turquoise sea that surrounds the country. While in urban areas such as Havana, you can see the best preserved colonial architecture in all of Latin America. The Cubans will welcome you with open arms. There is absolutely no ill will of any kind towards individual Americans. In my opinion, they are the friendliest people in the world, and a bit more surprisingly, they seem to be some of the happiest people in the world. Once you have visited Cuba for the first time, you will realize what an incredible place it is, and how delightful the Cuban people really are. Cuba is the safest country in the Western Hemisphere for travel!
Cuba could soon be the number one tourist destination for Americans in the Caribbean. It already is for Canadians. We urge you to get there before it becomes Americanized. Let's be honest, there simply couldn't be a better time to visit Cuba. First and foremost, the Cuban people are among the friendliest and most delightful people on this planet. We expect Cuba to be a very different place when Cuba and the US have "normal" relations again. It's difficult to say when that might happen. The visa or tourist card comes automatically with every airline ticket to Cuba as long as you weren't born in Cuba. Any American can go, only Cuban Americans traveling with a Cuban passport need a special visa or stamp in their Cuban passport.
Americans can travel to Cuba legally if you are a Cuban American, politician, journalist or if you have a research project regarding Cuba. Others including students, religious groups, and humanitarians can apply for a license from the U.S. Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
Cuba is located just 90 miles from Key West, Florida across the Straits of Florida. The island is 780 miles long, about 140 miles wide in some places and has four mountain ranges, 200 rivers, 1,000 lakes, swamps and fertile soil. Approximately 25% of Cuba is forest land. There are approximately 11.3 million Cubans, living in 14 different provinces and on Isla de Juventud.
Music lovers will truly enjoy Cuba, as Cuban music is currently sweeping the world with their salsa, son, rumba, jazz, etc. It is everywhere, in the night clubs, music venues, even on the street corners.
What a great time to be in Cuba! Parts of Havana have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites and many old buildings have undergone restoration.
No matter what you want to see or do in Cuba, anything is possible. History, architecture, culture, sports, incredible beaches, salsa dancing, outdoor recreation, eco tourism or the famous nightlife....that is what Cuba is all about at the start of the 21st century. The time to go is now!
Cuba Travel USA will debunk many of the myths and tell you everything they want or need to know about traveling to Cuba.
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