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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!!

Why go on a diving trip in Cuba

Did you know that the coastline of Cuba covers 5,646 km of the island? 5,646km of unique coral reefs, beautiful caves, and abundant marine animals make Cuba the perfect place to go on a diving trip. Yes, you read it right. Diving in Cuba. Even though scuba diving might not be the first thing that comes to your mind when…

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Reasons to visit Eastern Cuba

If you are a second-time visitor or you just simply don’t want to be surrounded by other tourists, eastern Cuba is for you. Known by locals as the ‘Oriente’, this side of the island is an open door to an authentic Cuban experience. Get on an adventure to discover Baracoa, hike until you reach Fidel’s hideout – the headquarters for…

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Must-see tourist attractions in Cuba

Cuba, the largest island in the Caribbean, is full of culture, history and captivating natural sceneries. The beauty of its colonial cities with vintage cars in every corner, its dimand-dust beaches or the stories behind its sublime countryside are just some of the things that make Cuba special. Tourism in Cuba can take many different forms but there are certain…

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Advantages of sustainable tourism in Cuba

Over the years traveling to Cuba has become easier and cheaper, which translates into a constant rise of tourists entering the island. According to official sources, every year around one million people visit Cuba. Even though tourism undeniably has a positive impact in the country, there is also a negative side that comes with it.  As the world is more…

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Benefits of custom trips to Cuba

Traveling to Cuba is always a good idea. Its marvelous landscapes, rich culture and fascinating history makes it a country that you have to visit at least once in your life. However, with a lot to see and do in such a peculiar island, organizing a trip on your own can be challenging. Discover the benefits of custom trips. What are…

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What to see in one day in Havana?

Havana is a unique destination full of colors, history and breathtaking architecture.  So let’s be honest, if you only have 24 hours in Havana you won’t be able to see everything that the city has to offer. However, with the right schedule you will still be able to discover the top sights and get a good taste of this fascinating…

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Tips for traveling to Cuba and enjoying the island

Are you thinking about planning a trip to Cuba? If you are a first-timer on the island, you are probably overwhelmed and confused by all the information out there. It can be difficult and, definitely, time-consuming to find useful and reliable Cuba travel tips. Even more if you are trying to find tips that are still accurate in 2022. But…

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Why travel to Cuba with a travel agency?

Planning a trip is always stressful, but if you barely know anything about your next destination it can be nerve-racking. This article invites you to discover the wonders of traveling to Cuba with a travel agency. You might now be wondering why booking your trip to Cuba with a travel agency is a better idea than doing it by yourself.…

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What is a Casa Particular in Cuba

Even if Spanish is your mother-tongue, you are probably not familiar with the term ‘Casa Particular’ if you have not been to Cuba. These two words literally translate into ‘private house’ and refer to a very specific type of accommodation similar to what is commonly known in other countries as ‘homestay.’ Staying in a Casa Particular in Cuba has become…

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