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Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba! Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba!

Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba! Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba!

Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba! Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba!

Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba! Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba!

Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba! Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba!

Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba! Cuba Incentives, your DMC for Cuba!
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Do's & Don'ts

In order to fully respect Cuba while visiting, we have established some do's and don'ts for our customers.

Please read these carfully, and while visiting Cuba, try to take these into consideration.

  • Cuba is a developing country where resources such as electricity and water are limited.
  1. Do not waste valueble resources!
  2. Do turn off air-conditioners when you are not in the room.
  3. Do try to use the fan more instead of the air-conditioner.
  4. Do not waste water by 'warming up' the water prior to showering.
  5. Limit the time of your shower, take two short ones daily instead of one (or two) long ones.
  • Cuba has beautiful nature and beaches.
  1. Do not throw any trash on the streets, beaches or in the national parcs.
  2. Do take your trash with you, and throw it away in a trashbin.
  3. Do respect the nature, the plants and its inhabitants (all the beautiful animals).
  4. Do not take anything out of the environment where it belongs, so no coral, no plants or animals should ever be taken away from where they are supposed to be.
  • Cuba has amazing architecture, people and scenery!
  1. Do not just take a photograph of somebody, somebodies house or somebodies property.
  2. Do always ask if you can take a picture, most Cubans don't mind and like to have a small chat with you while you're at it.
  3. Do concider tipping somebody after taking a picture, it's a small gesture for a (hopefully) beautiful picture that you will cherise forever.
  4. Do not change the scenery in order to make your picture look better.
  • Cuba is not known for it's luxury and luxury products.
  1. Do not show off with all your wealth. You might be a target for robbers.
  2. Do take what you can miss from home and share it with the Cubans. Things such as cosmetics are rare and expensive in Cuba (for the locals especially), so if you can spare some cremes, perfums, deodorant please take it with you and you will make some people happy! Off course clothing and children/baby products are also more than welcome.
  • Cuba is HOT!
  1. Do not go to restaurants in a bikini or swimshorts (unless the restaurant is on the beach).
  2. Do try to dress appropriate for the occasion and the restaurant you are visiting. Some restaurants and clubs require long pants, shirts and closed shoes for men and dresses or (long) skirts for women.
  • Cuba also has a dark side..
  1. Do not make use of the company of a prositute, this is illegal in Cuba.
  2. Do not make use of any type of service provided by children.
  3. Do report ANY sign of child labour and / or sexual exploitation to us, your travel agency and local police, this is very important in the ongoing battle against child labour and sexual exploitation.

And by far the most important one : Do drink lots of mojito's and enjoy the beautiful island! Smile

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Cuba Incentives
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E-mail: info@cubaincentives.com