Travelers to Cuba must keep a written record of their itinerary while visiting and keep such records for at least 5 years. They must also apply for a visa which can be obtained from a travel agency for the cost of about $25. Visas take about 4 weeks to process and be received.
Cuba was once very dependent on tourism and the island offered beautiful hotels, restaurants and amenities that attracted travelers from all over the world. Years of isolation have led to a crumbling infrastructure and tourists may be hard pressed to find high-end accommodations, however, the idea of visiting Cuba as it stands today, is extremely appealing to many. No doubt the new influx of travelers will be a boom to the Cuban economy and perhaps bring Cuba into the 21st century. Many people are hoping to make the visit before that happens.
Coconut Club Vacations is a value members-only travel club providing members with benefits which range from access to discounted travel to packages and tours as well as consumer benefits.
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