What the Newest Cuba Travel Changes Mean

What the Newest Cuba Travel Changes Mean

Explaining the latest changes By the Cuba Journal staff The United States has further loosened travel restrictions to Cuba. Though ordinary tourism remains banned, Americans can now visit Cuba, without applying for a license from the government, for the following reasons: visits to close relatives, academic programs, professional research, journalistic or religious pursuits, and participation … Read more

Cuba Reports 17% Jump in Foreign Tourist Arrivals

Cuba Reports 17% Jump in Foreign Tourist Arrivals

On September 8th, Cuba’s Tourism Minister, Manuel Marrero, inaugurated a new headquarters of the University of Havana’s Tourism Department.  His comments underscore the acute hotel room inventory problems in the island nation’s capital city. In response to increased room demand in Havana, the ministry has launched a development strategy that includes the construction of new … Read more

Travel Survey Finds Cuba Cruise Demand Low But Promising

Travel Survey Finds Cuba Cruise Demand Low But Promising

According to a survey conducted for USA Today by one of North America’s largest travel organizations, few Americans have booked cruises to Cuba despite a dramatic increase in the number of offerings. The survey, conducted by Travel Leaders Group, questioned 1,034 travel agents who book cruises and found that nearly 42 percent experienced customer interest … Read more

Cuba Revealed Offers High Touch Cuba Travel Experience

Cuba Revealed Offers High Touch Cuba Travel Experience

by Cuba Journal staff Cuba Revealed offers a high touch Cuba travel experience for those seeking a journey that combines culture, education and no hassles. For $5,800, travelers will enjoy university professors, artists, musicians and organic farmers – in addition to bed and breakfast accommodations at various places around the island nation.  Fees include air … Read more