Writing in The Telegraph, Claire Boobbyer has outlined a whole host of reasons why Cuba is the best place to go for a holiday in the era of COVID-19.
With Cuba gradually opening up to tourism following strict lockdowns and the closure of international borders, travel writers have been getting excited about how Cuba is now ready to accept international tourists. During the past few months the whole tourist sector - the lifeblood of the Cuban economy - has diverted its efforts into making the country as safe as possible for visitors to relax and enjoy the warm Cuban winter.
In Claire Boobbyer's article for The Telegraph, she focuses on various facets of a Cuban holiday that set it apart in 2020 from other destinations. These include the following five advantages:
Most of the hotels in Cuba have medical teams on site.
Tourist bars and beaches don't tend to be densely packed in Cuba, and that will be even more the case with the new normal.
Many Cuban hotels are exceptionally family-friendly, with a whole host of COVID-safe activities for children to do.
Cuba has kept the number of cases in the country very low compared with so many other holiday destinations.
Varadero is one of the locations that will be open to visitors. The 13-mile beach is consistently voted on TripAdvisor as being one of the top 10 best beaches in the world.
There are few alternative holiday destinations that can provide the culture, relaxation and safety that Cuba can provide this winter, so go ahead and book your holiday now!