Is visiting Cuba dangerous?
Although Cuba is generally a safe country to visit, a trip to Cuba may expose you to “minor” crimes such as currency scams, pickpocketing, and theft. You should also be aware of threats to your health like contaminated tap water, COVID-19, mosquito-borne diseases, and terrible road conditions if you are driving.
Is Cuba cheap for food and drink?
The cost of food in Cuba can be very cheap or quite expensive. If youre spending in CUC, youre spending at tourist prices. Meals start at around 3 CUC and can cost anywhere up to 50 CUC including dinner and drinks if you dine somewhere nice.
Can I bring snacks to Cuba?
Food and snacks – Food in Cuba is good, but during the day isnt easy to find snacks except pizza, fried chicken and not really good ice-cream. You might consider to bring snacks bars, peanuts and walnuts, or any kind of food light but with an elevate energy content.
Do I need injections for Cuba?
Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for Cuba. The National Travel Health Network and Centre and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for Cuba: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, yellow fever, rabies and tetanus.
What is a typical lunch in Cuba?
A typical Cuba meal would consists of rice and beans, a meat and some sort of vianda (potato, yucca, or plantain). Ask the students what their Cuban Lunch consisted of (your Cuban-inspired lunch will contain beans, rice, vegetables, chicken and salad with avocado, cheese and plantains).