Tips For Traveling To Cuba
We all love to go on vacation. It is a chance to break free from your busy work life and enjoy a little time just for yourself in a relaxing or exciting corner of the world. There are many things you can do on a vacation. This depends on where you go. You can relax and read a book in the privacy of your own home with a steaming cup of coffee or you can explore new lands and sights, embark on a new adventure.
Cuba is a Caribbean island with crystal seas and sandy beaches with an exotic tropical environment. It has a diverse population and a rich historic heritage with well-preserved colonial cities of hauntingly beautiful architecture. There is tailor made holidays to Cuba that allows you to glimpse the variety of sights in Cuba. If you choose a tour company you will be afforded accommodation and they will take care of transport details. If you’re travelling by yourself you need to prepare by booking early to make sure you get a spot. You will need to make plans well before the date to make sure everything is in order.
Cuba holiday packages will take care of all your accommodation needs but when you travel independently you will have to make early hotel reservations. It’s best not to leave these details till late in case you find there are no vacancies in your vicinity. You may find offers or discounts when you book early and you will be able to pick any destination you like. One important thing you should remember is to bring lots of cash because some credit cards do not work. You can exchange your country’s money at the airport before you arrive. They have a system in Cuba where foreigners use CUCs or Cuban pesos convertibles while the locals use national Cuban peso. You will notice that the CUC prices for things are a little higher.
Their road network isn’t in very good condition so driving will be a bit difficult. You can hire a driver if your excursions are limited to one city. You can ask the locals about where to go and places to eat. You can also research the place before you go. This way you’ll know which spots you want to see. You can read up a little about them and brush up your knowledge so that you’ll understand the history of the buildings or places you go to see. You might not have a lot of connection to the outside world when you in Cuba. The internet service isn’t very good. While this may be a bit of an inconvenience, it is also a refreshing way to travel. You can actually engage in conversation with people and make real human connections without the aid of technology.