If you are planning a trip to Havana anytime soon, you might have to put the trip on hold as tour permits are being handed out less and less. This is leading to people in the industry of Cuban tourism to get laid off and negative theories about the US government are beginning to pop up. What do you think?
Over the last five decades, U.S. travel to Cuba has been anything but easy, with a longstanding trade embargo that has all but eliminated most Americans from visiting the island country legally.
But in 2011, when the U.S. government eased travel restrictions to include “people-to-people” exchanges, which focuses on cultural and educational travel, thousands of people took advantage and went to Cuba with government-licensed tour operators. Read More