This is the moment we all have been waiting for. Cuba has officially reopened its doors for international tourism, and it's welcoming guests from the United States as well. This past Monday, November 15, 2021, many took to the skies to fly to the Caribbean nation of Cuba. Not sure what to spect when arriving there, but here are a few things to keep in mind.
The people of Cuba have been suffering very hard from the pandemic's effects, which has brought despair and hunger to the people. It's essential that you go with an open mind and with a giving spirit. The people need food, money, and, more importantly, medicine.
About Sheyla Paz
Sheyla was born and raised in Cuba. Moved to the United States 20 years ago after meeting her husband at her beloved island when she was performing with a band at the Riviera Hotel in Havana. She is a Journalist, Actress, Producer, and Photographer with a passion for travel. Sheyla launched the tour agency to Cuba out of her desire to share her culture, music, dance, and the architecture of her homeland with others. Her agency provides travel arrangements to all Latin countries and Caribbean islands. She has several award wining short films and was recognized as a leading media personality in the Latino community in Tennessee with the award “Beacon of Light” in 2019. Sheyla was one of the few Cuban-American journalists selected to travel to Cuba with President Barack Obama in 2016 as part of the White House Press Corp. Sheyla is an ASTA Verified travel advisor, Signature Travel Network Luxury Certified Travel advisor and several destination specialist in the Caribbean and Latin America. She is also certified in Luxury River and Ocean cruises.
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