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Why Cuba is Incomparable – The Taucker Travel Blog

Why Cuba is Incomparable - The Taucker Travel Blog

“The true creator is necessity, who is the mother of our invention.”


It’s almost like breathing. The rocky relationship between Cuba and the USA tips back and forth according to whatever administration holds power in Washington. The endless policy changes create confusion for travelers. But the good news is that travel to Cuba is open and viable for Americans. That’s big, because for most of the last 60 years that freedom has been severely limited or completely cut off.

For now, it’s possible to go to Cuba and have a full-on experience of this unique and splendorous tropical island nation. That’s good news, because Cuba is an incomparable travel destination. Though only 90 miles from Florida, Cuba presents one of the most fascinating travel experiences possible.

Cuba would be a great destination if only because it’s a Caribbean island, with all the natural beauty that attracts people from all over the world. It is the largest Caribbean island, at the heart of the Caribbean Sea. But Cuba is not just another island. We are talking about another dimension of travel experience. Every place is unique, but Cuba exists on a different plane.

Cuba presents a shining example of the human resourcefulness that can turn hardship into beauty. By visiting Cuba, and gaining some historical perspective on what you are seeing, you unveil the broad swath of history that makes Cuba unique. Visiting Cuba opens a hidden world, another dimension that has been right in front of us all these years, but which we couldn’t see clearly. It was was, and still is, the Jewel of the Caribbean.

The best part of travel to Cuba is seeing how resourceful and resilient the Cuban people have been through decades of shortages and difficult economic conditions. It’s a glowing example of the human capacity to bring good out of any bad experience.

A Universe in a Test Tube
When Sir Isaac Newton said “Every action has an equal and opposite reaction,” he was talking about physical forces, but it also rings true in human affairs. I have never seen a misfortune that didn’t engender some benefit.

In compensating for what they lack, Cubans have developed in extraordinary ways. Cuba has existed in a bubble, isolated, as if trapped in time. As the world has evolved through the ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s, ‘90s, 2000s, 2010s and now into the 2020s, Cuba has remained relatively isolated, cut off from most of the fruits of progress…

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