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Cuba holidays continue to grow in popularity year on year as discerning holidaymakers are seeking unique experiences. Cuba is a Caribbean Island with a difference. Yes, in common with others, you'll find stunning beaches, good accommodation and a raft of recreational facilities. The difference lies in the fact that the US cut off relations with Castro's Cuba back in the sixties and instituted a trade embargo. Apart from humanitarian aid, the embargo remains in place and Cuba remains an isolated and a very poor country. The result of this has left Cuba in a time warp where you could imagine you were back in the nineteen fifties especially if you take a horse drawn tour of the old town of Havana and see the ancient Cadillacs that are still being driven through the streets. Cubans are a warm and friendly people who love their vibrant music and dance. Cuba is a fascinating holiday destination with a beautiful and diverse landscape where mountains give way to fertile plains and sugar plantations to a fantastic coastline. Charming colonial towns and traditional villages demand to be explored.
Cuba has wide allure as there are holidays that draw families and couples as well as those that attract golfers and those who enjoy water sports. Whether you are seeking a peaceful hideaway or a lively break, Cuba has resorts to suit. Temperatures vary little throughout the year but humidity is fairly high and since the hurricane season lasts from July to October, it is sensible to avoid these months.
The tourist industry is an important part of the island's economy and its development continues apace. Resorts are completed to the highest of standards where comfort and luxury are paramount. A pride is taken in the excellent service where nothing appears to be too much trouble. Every effort is made to make your stay unforgettable, one that you will want to repeat and also to recommend to friends. Restaurants cater for all as they serve a wide range of international cuisine. What you won't find is an American fast food outlet. It is possibly the only country in the world without a McDonalds. If you enjoy the beat of Caribbean music and salsa dancing you'll be in your element in Cuba. You don't need to wait for nightfall to hear jazz and reggae pumping out from bars and clubs but after dark the tempo rises and the party begins. Owing to the trade embargo, Cuba is not a great place to shop unless, that is, you are content with island souvenirs.
With some of the Caribbean's finest beaches and with plenty of diversions, there is never a dull moment. It is easy to understand the popularity of a cheap Cuba holiday. When considering board basis be sure to check out all inclusive holidays as it often provides great value for money, especially when travelling with children. It cuts out the constant nagging for snacks and drinks which can put a hole in your pocket. It is much easier to stay within budget when you choose all-inclusive.
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