Cuba: A paradise awaits you!
Looking for an island getaway far from the buzzing city traffic? Head off to Cuba and you will not be disappointed.
It is a developing country but with wonderful landscapes and pristine Caribbean shores. Cuba is also home to hospitable locals, vibrant music, and gastronomic cuisine. It is an exceptional destination that you must not miss!
How do I get there?
A holiday in Cuba begins with a booking flights from Canada and Europe. If you are flying in from the Unites States, it’s best to travel through another country like Canada, Bahamas or Mexico due to the existing US embargo restrictions. The moment you land to Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport formerly Varadero Airport, you need not to worry; airport personnel will assist you with your needs. The airport is accessible, but there is an absence of outside curb cuts.
It is best to travel with a companion since the century-old pavements like in the capital Havana are a little inaccessible. However, you’ll always find a friendly Cuban ready to assist you.
To give everyone a chance to enjoy the beautiful Caribbean island, accessible facilities and disabled-friendly hotels have improved to cater to the needs of people with health conditions or impairments.
Getting around the city is difficult because of the lack of accessible options. For example, going around Havana and Trinidad will be troublesome for people in wheelchairs due to the cobblestone floors.
However, having a great vacation is still possible because of the wide array of disabled-friendly resorts to choose from!
Here is a list of some disabled-friendly hotels and resorts that you can check out!
- Melia Varadero, a beach resort at Varadero with picturesque views of the Northern Caribbean coast
- Beach Hotel, Cayo Coco, for the gastronomic indulgence of Cuban cuisine
- Blau Varadero Hotel, where you can enjoy wonderful views and warm dips in the pool
- Melia Buenavista, where you can have a romantic getaway with your loved one, with romantic sunset dinners and beautiful views of crystal clear waters
- Melia Las Dunas, a beautiful and accessible resort. Even getting to the beach is easy! The adult pool also has a chair that can lower you in and out of the water.
There are a lot of flourishing accessible hotels and resorts around the island. Although there might be room for improvement in terms of accessible facilities, Cubans are always happy to help tourists. They go the extra mile to make your stay memorable!
Go around the island in the Cuban way!
The best way to make the most out of your trip is by going around Cuba on a rustic vintage car. Go around the island and explore beautiful places on a ’52 Chevy with amazing drivers ready to give you topnotch services. There is no better way than to tour Cuba in style!
Aside from that, there are also car rental services and taxis for tourists. Getting around Cuba and exploring its sights and wonders won’t be a problem for you!
Although the lack of budget doesnSo, if you are looking for a place with the perfect mix of gastronomy, culture, and beautiful sceneries, put Cuba on top of your travel bucket list!
For more information and reviews on the accessibility of restaurants and accommodations of different cities, visit www.guidetoaccess.com