It is now some 23 years since my first trip to Cuba and while some aspects of travel & holidays to the island have changed significantly others have barely changed at all.
The following summary isn’t meant to be 100% comprehensive and is really just a guide to what, in my opinion at least, are the more interesting new, forthcoming and planned Cuba hotels.
Although Cuba’s high season is traditionally viewed as running from the start of November to the end of April, many of those-in-the-know like to visit Cuba in May.
A guide to the key tourist destinations of the western half of Cuba and how long to spend at each one.
When deciding what to pack for Cuba, it may seem somewhat glib to say “Everything” but, as you read on, you may find such advice pretty close to the mark.
Many visitors to Cuba cite the island’s lack of commercialism as being one of its key draws although there are both Pros and Cons to ‘Uncommercial Cuba’.
Located some 20kms from Santiago de Cuba in the beautiful foothills of the Sierra Maestre, El Cobre is Cuba’s most important pilgrimage site.
A brief summary of the new US government rules and regulations in relation to travel to Cuba.
As the largest island in the Caribbean, at around 1000kms long, visiting the whole of Cuba in a typical 2- week holiday simply isn’t possible. So where to go first, west or east?
A brief overview of the situation across Cuba in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma for those already booked or planning to travel in the next few months.