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People think it's suddenly easy for Americans to visit Cuba — but they're totally wrong
After President Obama announced eased travel restrictions to Cuba late last year, Americans itching to check out the closed-off Caribbean country rejoiced.
Companies, too, have been eager to jump in on Cuban tourism: Airbnb has unveiled more than 1,000 listings on the island, Cheapair.com has started selling direct flights to Cuba, and big American chain hotels are already eyeing properties on the island.
Click on the link below to read more from this article in Business Insider featuring the CEO of Cuba Travel Group, Manny Kopstein.
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ARCC program highlights
Witness History Firsthand as Cuba Opens Up to Americans for the First Time in Almost 60 Years
Live and Work in the wonderful Ciego de Avila Community
Teach Much Needed English to Students Ages 5-60
Work in the Community Garden Providing Vegetables to Children’s Day Care Centers
Explore Old Havana and El Malecón and the City’s Famed Museums
Meet with a University of Havana Economics Professor and Discuss Cuba’s Future
Enjoy the White Sand Beaches and the Turquoise Waters of the Island Cayo Coco
Opportunities abound for adults and teens
Check out a video of 4 California families enjoying Cuba city and country life, December 2014.
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