Category Archives: CUBA

BEYOND BMORE’S TIPS & INFO FOR AMERICANS VISITING CUBA!

I was recently able to visit Havana, Cuba and it was an awesome experience. As I stated in my previous post recapping my weekend there, traveling to Cuba as an American was easier than I expected. I’ll assume that if you’re reading this page, you aren’t the bearer of a super special license from the government and want to get there the easiest way possible. Here’s how you can make that happen, as well as other useful information to make sure your trip is stress-free. Travel to Cuba is still technically “prohibited” unless you fit under any of the 12 categories of authorized travel. Some of the categories include; support for the Cuban people, journalism, support for the Cuban people, religious…

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FROM PRESENT TO PAST: LET’S GO TO CUBA!

After many, many years of restrictions, travel to Cuba by Americans for tourism is finally happening again. Although getting there may be tricky, it isn’t impossible. The current easiest way is to fly into Cuba from another nearby country. My friends and I took advantage of this exciting opportunity and booked a connecting flight through Panama City, Panama. With no questions asked, we were there and ready to spend Independence Day weekend exploring Havana! Here’s a quick look into some of the ways we made the most of our three days in the capital city of the largest Caribbean Island. EXPLORING THE CITY ON AN OLD CAR TOUR When most people think of Cuba they immediately think of the colorful, vintage cars that are still…

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