Cuba offers perfect weather, incredible beaches, natural scenic wonders and a culture rich in history. The largest of the Caribbean islands, this gem has a wealth of beauty for its visitors to enjoy. Cuba's dive sites are world class. Divers and snorkelers who explore the island's astonishing coral reefs will be thrilled with the thousands of underwater species and fascinating wrecks that its waters hold. For those who prefer to sit on top of the water, Cuba has wonderful sailing areas. On land, visit the world by roaming French coffee plantation ruins, 16th century Spanish colonial cities, and European-style spas. Experience a nostalgic return to the 1950s when you see the estimated 60,000 pre-1960 American cars that roam Cuba. Of course, many look forward to sampling Cuba's renowned cigars. There is a wide assortment of hand-rolled cigars that use tobacco grown on the island and considered to be unequalled anywhere. In the evening, the trade winds, sights, fragrances and sounds bring the local people, and visitors alike, out to party under the Habana moon to the rhythm of Afro-Cuban and Latin music.
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Spanish. Some English spoken in tourist areas
110 volts, similar to Canada and the US
Cuba is located between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. South of Florida, north of Jamaica
Havana is the capital
Mandatory Check-in of Mobility Aids
Many countries, including Cuba, require that any mobility device (wheelchair, scooter, walker etc.) be screened and x-rayed prior to being loaded onto the return flight. Therefore, passengers are not permitted by the Airport Authority to ‘gate-check’ their devices. The Airport Authority will provide wheelchairs for passenger’s use while in the airport at the check-in counter.