Going to Cuba? Get answers from our friendly locals
Cuban tourism which generally remained shut for outsiders since 1959, eventually after a turn of events opened up for global tourists in the 1990s. Recognized as the largest Caribbean island, Cuba mainland along with several archipelagos is located in between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. At a distance of 145 kilometers to the south of Key West, Florida, Cuba now is attracting a whole lot of European, Canadian and American tourists who are looking forward to exploring this most beautiful, earlier forbidden piece of land.
Currently being showcased as a charming Caribbean ecotourism destination, Cuba features some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling sites in the World. Building up a great setting for the enjoyment of water sports, an extensive infrastructure facilitating tourism is being presently shaped in popular Cuban tourist destinations. With a 5,746 kilometer coastline, including thousands of keys, islets, sheltered bays and beaches, Cuba offers a wonderful blend of sun and sand.