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Cuba has a very low crime rate, due in large part to strict sentences for crimes against tourists. Violent crimes are extremely rare. According to the United States Department of State’s 2016 Crime and Safety Report, petty crimes, like pickpocketing, do occasionally happen, making it smart...

While in Cuba, you will use its Cuban convertible peso (CUC$), which is available in $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 denominations. The Cuban convertible peso is typically equivalent to the US dollar at a 1:1 ratio, though this exchange rate can fluctuate. In addition,...

Part of the charm of a visit to any foreign country is to sample its cuisine. Our all-inclusive Cuban tours include local food and drink, lovingly prepared by trusted sources. Many of our day trips include stops at family run restaurants known as paladares. Though we...

Cuba has a warm, tropical climate with moderate temperatures in winter, spring, summer, and fall. Seasonal temperature fluctuations are relatively mild. The summer tends to be hotter and more humid than the other seasons. The dry season runs from December through the middle of April, and...

Many hotels in Havana and other large Cuban cities offer Wi-Fi or Internet access (available for purchase by the hour) to their guests. Internet and Wi-Fi service, where available, will likely be much slower and more expensive than you’re accustomed to. Your cell phone will likely...

There are taxis, buses, boats, ferries, and other forms of public transportation available in Cuba. When booking a tour with Cuba Tours Adventures, you’ll rarely need to hail a taxi because our itinerary includes transportation via a chartered tour bus with an English-speaking, native Cuban tour...

We recommend drinking bottled water during your stay and avoiding ice in beverages. Bottled water is readily available for purchase throughout Cuba. This is standard advice for anyone traveling to any international destination as local water may not sit well with your digestive system....