It’s these rich dichotomies that make travel here the exciting, exhilarating roller-coaster ride it is. Trapped in a time warp and reeling from an economic embargo that has grated for more than half a century, this is a country where you can wave goodbye to everyday assumptions and expect the unexpected.What would Cuba be like in a book?
If Cuba were a book, it would be James Joyce's Ulysses: layered, hard to grasp, frequently misunderstood, but – above all – a classic. Bereft of modern interference, Cuba’s colonial cities haven’t changed much since musket-toting pirates stalked the Caribbean.Why travel to Cuba with a female professional?
Travel writer Brendan Sainsbury is an expert on travel to Cuba. This is his first time returning since the global pandemic began. For decades, Cuba's female professionals have been redefining the country's art scene and exploring new avenues for income.Is Cuba awakening after 60 years of Slumber?
Fueled by graffiti artists, farm-to-table restaurants, city historians and indie designers, it’s as if the whole country is awakening after 60 years of slumber. The vast majority of Cuba's tourists gravitate to the attractive arcs of white sand that pepper the country's north coast.