The costs of traveling to Cuba have taken a bit of a dip, which is great news for anyone who still has the location on their must-see list.
According to Tom Popper, the president of InsightCuba:
“Prices in Cuba have been going up, up, up, up, up and up and up and up. But like everything, there is a ceiling. We got used to hotels being sold out 12 months of the year. Now things are starting to balance out a little.”
When president Obama made the 2014 announcement that the restrictions on Americans traveling to Cuba were being let up, the costs of travel shot up 100 to 400 percent. The cost of hotel rooms rose significantly with the demand, as did the cost of taxi service. But now the demand has leveled out a bit, which means that some of the costs have begun to drop yet again.