Just about every U.S. airline is now flying to Cuba.
They’re not just flying to Havana, but to eight other cities on the island nation.
Inaugural fares run about $200 round trip.
But what do you need to know about visiting Cuba legally?
The Obama Administration has relaxed many of the restrictions.
You no longer have to travel in an organized group with a very strict schedule.
But you do have to have a meaningful people-to-people experience.
You also need a place to stay. Hotel rooms are scarce, which may explain why there are now more than 6,000 Airbnb listings in the country.
There’s also another incentive for going to Cuba.
With more and more Americans travelng, the law of supply and demand kicks in, especially with limited infrastructure.
There are not enough taxis, mass transportation, restaurants, or bathrooms.
So the prices will surely rise.
With introductory airfares this low, the time to go to Cuba is now.
For more information about traveling to Cuba, check out:
- Commons Myths About Traveling to Cuba Debunked
- The Future of Travel to Cuba for Americans
- What to Consider Before Traveling to Cuba
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