Canadian and European travelers have been enjoying Cuba for decades, and now that the half-century economic embargo is lifting, American travelers are beginning to return to this Latin-Caribbean island, too. The beaches are stunning, the resorts are well-appointed, the music is ever-present, and the colonial cities are like stepping back in time. There is still a lot of misinformation and confusion circulating about this enigmatic destination and its people. If this fascinating “time warp” island is on your travel radar, there are some dos and don’ts to keep in mind. Generally speaking, Cuba is a safe and friendly country that is most welcoming to tourists, but here are ten things NOT to do in Cuba.
Do you have any desire to visit Cuba this year?