Many independent travellers arrange their own accommodations and various Cuban private travel agencies use island case particulars for their tours and excursions. It makes sense. It saves their guests a lot of money and is extremely convenient.
The ability to interact with your hosts and other Cubans are the best parts of staying in an island casa particular. Such rarely happens in resorts or hotels. Your hosts will offer inside advice on what's fun and interesting, help you find solutions to any possible issues you may encounter, and may share a meal or cigar with you. The Cuban people are truly one of the most friendliest you'll ever meet.
Casas particulares are also extremely safe. Standards are the same as hostels and B&Bs. Most have locks on the door, some have separate entrances, and many offer security boxes for valuables. Hosts are required to ask for passport identification and signatures in a guest book, which they must present to the Immigration Office. So, safety and security for both sides is important. Trust your host families and feel secure in their homes. Offering rooms for rents is oftentimes a main source of income for them. Stealing from you would ruin their reputations and cost them precious business.
QuéBolaa Cuba Travel Agency
QuéBolaa Cuba Travel, as its name suggests, specializes in Cuba travel. Its agents are trained, skilled professionals with a wide range of travel experience. As a visitor, you'll see all the great tourist sites, but you'll also see the wonderful, exciting sites only the native travel agents know and love.
“Que Bolaa” is the friendly Cuban way of asking “how are you going to have fun?” Well, how are you going to have fun? Contact Que Bolaa Cuba Travel today and let them show you.