Just 90 miles south of Key West, the largest island in the Caribbean is often overlooked by U.S. travelers as a potential vacation destination – but it doesn’t need to be.

Though many don’t realize it, even travelers from the United States can visit Cuba, with no need to apply for a visa or complete any additional paperwork.

The beautiful and fascinating capital city of Havana is an easy choice for travelers exploring Cuba.

Packed with historic landmarks, unique cultural activities, and incredible things to do, Havana is an enchanting city and a traveler’s dream, distinct from any city you’ve visited before.

The beach resort town of Varadero is just two hours east of Havana and is the perfect choice for most travelers to Cuba.

This 10-mile-long white sand beach has been ranked among the best in the world by TripAdvisor year after year.

For a more high-end escape, choose some of Cuba’s far-flung white sand cays off the island’s north coast, like Cayo Coco or Cayo Guillermo.

No need to travel to the Maldives; the brand-new Cayo Guillermo Resort Kempinski even offers stunning overwater bungalows you’ll need to see to believe.

From the stunning Sierra Maestra mountain range to historic Baracoa with pristine snorkeling just offshore, there’s plenty to discover here, no matter your family’s interests.

Or, head north to visit Alejandro de Humboldt National Park, lauded in its UNESCO World Heritage Site designation as “one of the most biologically diverse tropical island sites on earth.”

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