Safety Concerns Overshadow Eased Travel Restrictions for Travelers Considering Cuba

    Despite growing interest in Cuba as a destination, with 42 percent of Americans indicating a desire to visit the island, 70 percent of travelers are currently unlikely to make the trip, according to a survey by travel insurer Allianz Global Assistance. Respondents to the survey, which was conducted during President Obama’s historic visit to Cuba, cited safety concerns, lack of traveler information and unease over visiting the communist-governed country. To read more, click here.

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