7 Reasons to Travel to Cuba

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41 Responses

  1. Kishor Kr says:

    Great reasons..

  2. Informative post with awesome pics !

  3. Ami says:

    Me too… Have been reading up on it myself, 🙂

  4. That’s whole lot on offer. The shot with buildings is great.

  5. Yogi Saraswat says:

    Cuba , bowl of sugar . This is only introduction of this nation in my mind . But when we search about it on the internet , we have a lot of beautiful places to visit . The Cigar Festival is one of new events in Havana. One can learn about history of cigars, visit cigar plantations and factories. Great place to buy finest Habanos! Good narration from Supriya. and thnx to you to share it here .

  6. for me, the best reason is food, food and food. Would love to visit there 🙂
    Thanks for sharing.

  7. A nice Post.. Truly creates interest to visit the place.. Thanks for sharing, Indrani!

  8. The 60s scenario still existing in Cuba is an added appeal to us, apart from the finger licking food and the lovely beaches :). Thanks for the share Indrani, it’s a very informative post.

  9. Arun says:

    These are great reasons to compel me to visit Cuba!

  10. Bhavani says:

    Good post !!!

  11. Mridula says:

    It has always fascinated me, the pictures I see!

  12. You missed main one— Obama is now in friendship with Cuba!

  13. Jeevan says:

    I remember playing a game called the driver 2, in the initial days of using computer which was set in the old streets of Havana and driving the old cars and being chased by police has been great fun. From that time I hold interest on the country and its really wonderful learning things about Cuba. Sounds cool and colorful

  14. Bibi says:

    I think now is the time to see Cuba before it succumbs to outside influence…..

  15. Lovely post Indrani 🙂

  16. Priyanka says:

    I’ve always been fascinated by this particular country after reading a piece on Castro. Add to it the recent Obama link…the place looks so inviting!

  17. DeniseinVA says:

    Wonderful photos of Cuba.

  18. Chinmay Sahu says:

    you should share some more pics, the street life

  19. Wonderful colored photos

  20. thomas says:

    Frozen in the 60ies like Burma,good that they are opening up to the world.

  21. Beautiful pics, Nice informative post.

  22. Bob says:

    Great country, love it.

  23. Cuba really is beautiful!

  24. Jyothi D'mello says:

    That first pic itself amazed me. I am glad that modernization hasn’t found its way to Cuba (atleast not yet). Its old charm makes it a beautiful place. If I could I would book a ticket Right Now! 🙂

  25. eileen says:

    Hello, I hope you get to visit Cuba. Wonderful post and info. I would love the beaches. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

  26. the buildings are very beautiful, thanks for sharing

  27. Divsi says:

    Fantastic reasons 🙂 this is so tempting Indrani 🙂

  28. Great! And surprisingly this is quite in contrast to what Hollywood movies will have us believe.

  29. vatsala mallya says:

    I had great interest in these carrebean countries since long. Because I recollect cricketeers visiting these countries to play , had great admiration of its geographical location, vast beautiful beaches , people there and the delicious food !
    A must visit place !

  30. Loved the pictures. I just added Cuba to my travel list

  31. We find Cuba very fascinating and intriguing for the same reasons as this post. Those white sandy beaches are enticing and riding those antique cars is a dream

  32. Now that Castro has died, I’m learning a lot more about Cuba and the context of the beaches and antique cars. Fascinating place – I’d love to visit

  33. Jennifer says:

    I also haven’t been to Cuba yet, but like you, am dying to go! It’s a much bigger island nation than I realized with a lot to explore. I’m hoping to make it there soon, before things change too much with all the visitors now going.

  34. Pretty cool and with US and Cuba on better terms now I believe more cruise ships are also going there. Should be interesting to see how Cuba develops as a tourist destination and its beauty has long been admired especially by those, like me, who crave everything vintage.

  35. I’m seeing so many posts about Cuba but appreciate you mentioning the local festivals. Planning to visit around those would be incredible.

  36. Holly says:

    I would love to go and I hope to get there to see it still stuck in time before it b begins to change. Seems like more and more people are going. I hope to be one of those people.

  37. Cuba is truly a country of indescribable magic. It feels like I travel back in time whenever I see post or photos of Cuba. Cuba was Timeworn but magnificent. Their historical sites have been Meticulously preserved. Truly, Cuba is the place to go when you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of today’s modernization.

  38. These are all great reasons. Honestly, I’m not sure if I will go any time soon. Growing up in Miami and hearing from all of my Cuban friends about all of the tragedies that have happened there, I think it will take more time before I can see it in a positive light.

  39. Yvonne says:

    I went to Cuba in my second year of University. Unfortunately I went to one of those all-inclusive resorts and I never really experienced the real side of Cuba I’m very disappointed about that and I hope I can go back because I absolutely love the charm of Cuba. I wonder how it is going to be now that Fidel Castro has passed away. I hope it doesn’t change too much and that the charm is still there at once I go. Great article!