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Is Cuba the Next Big Thing?

How will recent changes impact the travel industry?

With major changes in U.S. policy in regards to Cuba, U.S. travelers may soon discover what European and Canadian travelers have known for years: Cuba is a highly desirable vacation destination.

How will the normalization of relations with Cuba impact the U.S. travel industry? Already, travel consultants are indicating a rising interest in visiting the island nation. Click here to read more about the projected impact of travel to Cuba, and to download the World Travel and Tourism Council's full 2014 report on Cuba.

Photo courtesy of Meliá Cayo Guillermo.

 


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