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Are you getting ready to travel to Cuba? Do you need more information about American citizens traveling to the island? Or simply curious about our neighbour? Surf through our articles to find what you are looking for and discover facts you didn’t know about the Caribbean country. The more you read, the more you will find yourself planning a getaway to this paradisiac island.

This Cuba Travel Blog has the information you need to start your adventure in the Caribbean island. And we have all the means to make it happen in a fun, educational and safe environment. So just read, get ready and book your tour with Espíritu Travel!!

How to choose your Travel Agency

  Experience Cuba like never before If Twitter is anything to go by, many people have expressed their desires for traveling to various places around the world. The common phrase used is “If traveling was free, you would never see me again.” People travel for many reasons like to satisfy their spirit of adventure, to inspire their creative sides or…

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Cuban Currency

  Have you ever had the experience of handling and dealing with two currencies in the same country? If you have never heard of this before, your mind could be wondering how. As it is, most countries have only one currency. What is the Cuban Currency? The scenario depicted above is not true of Cuba. In the matter of currencies,…

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Cuban Food: An experience for your senses

  Cuban cuisine Cuban gastronomy is a fusion of the native Taínos -the pre-Columbian population of the Caribbean-, Spanish and African cuisines, with Caribbean influences. This unique mix created a very rich and traditional. Famous Cuban Food The cultural heritage of Cuba results in a unique and tasty gastronomy known for very different kinds of dishes. If you go to…

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How to Travel to Cuba for American Citizens

How to travel to Cuba from USA Many Americans rightfully wonder what has really changed about traveling to Cuba since the historic reestablishing of diplomatic relations and the easing of travel restrictions. As with many things about Cuba, nothing is that straightforward. Here are seven things Americans need to know to start planning their trip to Cuba. 1. How to…

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Why you should Travel to Havana in Autumn

  There is no time like autumn to enjoy all that Havana has to offer. From cultural festivals to sport events and even religious festivities, the capital of Cuba bursts with energy, music and colors during this season. Everyone is welcome to the celebrations, and the locals will happily share with the visitors their culture, their art and their way…

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The 7 Best Beaches in Cuba

The Best Beaches in Cuba If you love the sun, to see the waves break, to feel the sea wet your feet and even the smell of sun tan lotion, Cuba stands out for the beauty of its fine white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. Cuban Beaches Located in the center of the Caribbean, Cuba has some of the…

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An amazing experience of a trip to Cuba

Cuba is one of the most visited destinations in recent times. More and more visitors are looking forward to do a trip to this Caribbean country. The relationship between the United States and Cuba has undergone major changes in recent years. These changes have been transcendental significant and they have especially helped to make the country of Cuba more and…

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Cuba’s Urban Agriculture

On a busy street packed with school children in the central Cuban city of Bayamo, I passed a man hauling a plastic crate full of beets. A few steps more and another man moved by, weaving in and out of the children. He was sporting a huge smile and carrying a crate packed with string beans. Then a woman went…

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Hiking Cuba: The Five Most Spectacular Hikes in Cuba

Long restricted, hiking and trekking in Cuba are seeing a sort of Renaissance. Cuba’s landscape is dramatic. From well managed biosphere reserves and steep misty hillsides towering over valley jungles to flower-filled forests, waterfalls and remote beaches, exploring Cuba’s spectacular landscapes on foot is easier now that at any time since the 1950s. Espiritu Travel’s wilderness guides offer a number…

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Why traveling to Cuba is better with a small group tour

[caption id="attachment_4289" align="aligncenter" width="732"] 5 reasons Why traveling to Cuba is better with a small group tour[/caption] A woman said to me: ¨I don’t like group tours.¨ We were standing inside a cave in Cuba. We weren’t just standing. As I would later discover we were standing in a line for 45 minutes for a 5 minute boat ride. As…

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