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Travelucion to sign strategic marketing agreements with key Florida Travel Agents

Only 90 miles off the coast of Florida yet seemingly out of reach for most Americans, Cuba just got a whole lot closer. Travelucion the online Cuba Travel & Media Company will begin offering online media promotion of cuba travel packages from Florida based travel agents across its 432 websites in the coming months. Travelucion has […]

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American Travel to Cuba 2015

Cuba has long been the forbidden fruit for American tourists. Just A 30-minute flight from Florida, it already draws enough people from Canada and Europe to make it the Caribbean’s third-most-popular tourism destination, just trailing behind Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Cuba gets about 3 million visitors a year—just 90,000 of them from the […]

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American Travel to Cuba 2013 Update

Americans traveling to Cuba usually travel with the intent of helping the Cuban people. Recent data acquired from Cuba indicate that the current hotel rooms available on the island total 64798 hotel rooms. However, a seldom released figure is that of casa particulars or home stays, often the preferred accommodation route for Americans visiting Cuba, […]

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Calm after the Storm | American Travel to Cuba

The recent hullabaloo concerning the vacation of Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z in Cuba has disturbed an apparent wasp nest of critics & hardliners in South Florida. Yet, the list of US stars who have visited Cuba in recent years is mind bogglingly long, including such celebrities as; Jack Nicholson, Woody Harrelson, Danny Glover, Stewart Copeland, […]

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Record numbers of Americans to visit Cuba in 2013

The reelection of president Obama and the recent senate approval of John Kerry to replace outgoing secretary of state Hilary Clinton are boosting American travel to Cuba with numbers not even seen during the Clinton era. One American interviewed at Cancun airport before their ongoing departure flight to Havana´s Jose Marti said “it’s never been […]

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Americans account of Hurricane Sandy in Cuba

Hurricane Sandy in Cuba As I write this column, after arriving home this weekend and, after yet another overwhelming storm on our east coast, despite planning for the worst, my family and I have emerged unscathed while thousands of homes in Cuba are still without power and water following the wrath of Hurricane Sandy in […]

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Cuba People to People Travel setbacks?

Cuba People to People Travel Why it is happening, nobody is sure. But the Cuba People to People travel program touted so highly by President Obama in 2011 is coming to a screeching halt, drowning in paperwork and non-renewed licenses for travel organizations. Almost no organizations that got licenses from the U.S. Treasury Office of […]

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An Americans Trip to Cuba | Report & Review

In 2012, Cuba has the attraction of forbidden fruit for the US traveler because it is just 90 miles from the US alas, as yet illegal for most Americans to visit. Cuban as well as US histories are entwined with many forced attempts by the US government to conquer Cuba in the nineteenth century. I […]

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Pope Visit to Cuba

Pope Visit to Cuba The Pope Visit to Cuba is causing serious problems for Americans trying to book travel to Cuba. Hotels are hanging up their collective “sold out” signs already, almost unheard of in the month of February. Local travel professionals said “the Pope Visit to Cuba has brought thousands of staff from all […]

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Flights to Cuba from USA 2012

Flights to Cuba from USA 2012 For those looking to booking flights to Cuba from USA online and without hassles, several posters have recommended booking at Cuba Travel US The previous problems encountered when booking flights to Cuba from USA have now been resolved and the booking platform has garnered 31 successful bookings over the […]

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