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Cuba: 15 Things to Know Before You Go

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11 Responses

  1. Mayuri Patel says:

    This is such helpful guide to cuba
    I am so tempted to go here and You have elaborated every aspect here
    Thanks fr sharing it

    • Namita Kulkarni says:

      You are most welcome Mayuri! So glad you found it helpful and I hope it does tempt you enough to plan a trip 🙂 Do let me know if you have any questions while planning!

  2. This is an ultimate guide, Namita! Absolutely loved it! I checked for flight tickets to Cuba from Delhi a few days back and it costs whopping INR 1,30,500. I mean, It costs a fortune to get to the Carribean Island. So, obviously, I dropped the plan to travel to Cuba and instead booked tickets for Nordics. I never knew that flying via New York is an option that costs low. Thanks for sharing these amazing tips. I have bookmarked your post for future reference.

    • Namita Kulkarni says:

      Thanks a ton Anjali! And yes the flights are prohibitively expensive from India, unless you fly in from the US. I flew Kuwait Airways and United Airlines and that was INR 52k + 20k. And this I booked just 2 weeks before the trip (coz that’s when I knew I had been selected by the Yoga retreat company for their press week) so if you book months in advance you could get a much better deal! Hope you do that someday and keep me posted! Glad to be of help in planning your adventures 🙂

  3. Babu says:

    Thanks for descriptive blog on cuban travels for indians. I’m a vegetarian and your blog is really great help for me. I’m going to bookmark it.

    • Namita Kulkarni says:

      Thank you so much Babu and glad you found it helpful! Being vegetarian/vegan does open up a whole new dimension of a place for anyone who’s up for the challenge. Here’s to more adventures, keep me posted! More Cuba posts coming soon 🙂

  4. Amanda Ulmer says:

    I agree that it’s not easy! I went a few years ago and it was an incredible experience but there are a lot of challenges with traveling there. This post is definitely helpful to use to prepare!

  5. hmmm… very helpful article for first time traveler to cuba…. hope you will post more article soon….

    • Namita Kulkarni says:

      Thank you so much Susmita! Glad you found it helpful and yes I’m writing a few more posts on Cuba and Bali as well so keep an eye out 🙂

  6. Kristin says:

    Great post! I just read the book “Next Year in Havana” and it made me a bit hesitant to want to travel there since it still has so many issues! But the country is so enticing!

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