Last week, both Royal Caribbean International and Norwegian Cruise Lines announced they were granted approval to include Cuban port cities among the ports of call on their 2017 Caribbean cruise itineraries.
Since travel restrictions were relaxed by the Obama administration, more Americans are taking advantage of the opportunity to travel to the Spanish-speaking island nation, located just 90 miles off the coast of Florida.
While the recent U.S. election puts the the future of Cuban travel in limbo, Americans' interest in visiting and exploring Caribbean nation is likely to remain high.
A more than a half-century U.S. government-imposed embargo has built up a great amount of intrigue and enthusiasm by Americans to experience the country described by many as being 'frozen in time'.
Be among the first group of Americans who experience post-embargo Cuba before it loses its charm.