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In theory, travel to Cuba from the U.S. is easier now. But travelers may have better luck with the time-honored method of traveling via Canada or Mexico to avoid the high prices and red tape.

Anyone who feels confused about what’s going on with the people-to-people travel programs to Cuba has lots of company.

Think government bureaucracy run amok, combined with consumer (and media) confusion. Then add operator stress due to trip cancellations and/or postponements, staff cutbacks and loss of revenue, and you begin to get a sense of where this program is heading.


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