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The US State Department recently upgraded its current Cuba travel advisory. Cuba is now a Level 2, which means American travellers should "exercise increased caution." The upgrade puts Cuba on par with many of the most visited countries in the world, including the UK, Germany, and Italy.
Travelling solo is more in vogue than ever, with more adventurous single travellers taking the plunge and deciding on embarking on a personal quest of discovery around the world. Cuba is an ideal destination for single travellers given its reputation as one of Latin America's safest destinations, the eager-to-help attitude of locals and the many opportunities for cultural exchanges. ViaHero recently wrote an article on how to make the most of a solo trip to Cuba and we echo some of their advice.
Cuba is known for being a safe destination, particularly compared to its Caribbean neighbours. Recently, a sociologist from WKU, Jim Kanan, visited the country to study its lack of violence and came to the conclusion that the sense of community that Cubans feel may be the factor that explains its lack of crime.