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Although Cuba reopened its borders in July, it was not until the first days of August that tourists began to arrive at the Caribbean destination.

There are no travel restrictions for any particular country, they will only review passengers to rule out cases of coronavirus.

The island established various security measures due to the Covid-19 pandemic to which all travelers are subjected when arriving at its airport.

Upon arrival, all tourists will be subjected to PCR tests for coronavirus and medical monitoring will be given in their accommodations.

At the moment, international travelers will only be able to travel on charter flights and will only be able to visit the keys of Cuba such as Coco, Cruz, Largo, and Santa María that are located to the south and north of the destination.

In Isla Grande, only local tourists will be able to access, who are prohibited from visiting the keys until the third stage of the reopening of Cuba begins.

What to do

Cayo Coco and Guillermo are two options to be able to lie on the beach and sunbathe. They also have a great variety of nautical sports among their reefs.

For those who like to snorkel or dive, there is Levisa Key with its postcards of black coral and its cabins on the seashore away from the noise. While Cayo Largo is ideal for beginners as there is very little current.

In Cayo Santa María the second-longest barrier reef in the world is located next to the Jardines del Rey archipelago. It also has two tourist towns called La Estrella and Las Dunas, where you can find all the services such as self-service stores, banks, bars, gyms, and restaurants.

Cayo Cruz is famous for its white sand and its shallow beaches, it has a hotel offer of eight thousand rooms surrounded by mangroves, where lobster is abundant.

Varadero is one of the main tourist attractions in Cuba. Its Blue Beach is one of the most famous in the world due to its pink and white sand.

It is one of the most luxurious areas of the island full of nightlife and close to Cayo Blanco and the Bellamar Caves. In Cayo Blanco you can take a ride aboard a catamaran while enjoying the sun and the breeze, to reach the key and be able to swim or go scuba diving.

The Bellamar Caves are a group of caverns of 23 kilometers of galleries in the province of Matanzas, where you can admire stalactites, stalagmites, and a small museum inside.

To sweeten your visit to Cuba, take a horse ride in a sugar plantation near Trinidad. Don’t forget your swimsuit to enjoy the natural pool that forms at the base of the El Pilón waterfall.

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