Do you wish to visit an era gone by? If you would like to try out delicious food, look at vibrant street art while experiencing a part of history, then Cuba is a country you definitely need to visit.
The best way to experience Cuba is in a small group. There are a number of benefits of travelling in small groups. Specifically speaking of reasons to go on a small group tours Cuba here are a few reasons to gather a few friends and get ready for an adventure immediately.
Trying to get the local experience
Firstly, travelling in a small group will allow you to get the more ‘local experience’ of the country. Your goal when travelling around the world should be to experience as many different ways of life as possible. A large group might hinder your ability to do this.
Cuba is a country with a rich history. There is much to do and see, most of which cannot be experienced in its full authenticity if you travel in a large group. Furthermore the nightlife and cuisine that Cuba is best known for can be better experience in small inconspicuous groups. Therefore organize a small group tour to Cuba to escape the bustle of the city in this colorful country and try out the local lifestyle, travel and eat like the locals and experience their completely different way of life.
Checking things off your bucket list
Secondly, a small group will also give you the freedom to plan your itinerary from a list of activities your tour operator might have available. Especially when there are so many things to do and sights to see (and if any of these items are in your bucket list) the ability to match the travel plans with what your group wants to do and see will make every second of your holiday seem worthwhile. You have the flexibility to schedule time to see the sights of the country with your group while also planning some free time to explore the country by yourself.
Enjoying your journey with good company
Thirdly, a small group will ensure that you are travelling with enjoyable company. Your group can comprise of friends or family or a combination of both. In contrast a large group of tourists will include strangers who may not be enjoyable travel companions. In addition to this it will also be easier to find common interests in a smaller groups as opposed to a large group, which will have individuals with numerous interests that can lead to conflict on the trip.