The only island whose history took a very different turn from the rest is Cuba. Havana once played host to socialites and the world’s rich and famous, but following the socialist revolution of 1959 Cuba has been cut off from much of the rest of the world. With its population still living under many of the revolutionary ideals and much of the tourist infrastructure still under-developed, it is a complex but rewarding place to visit. However the combination of the attractions of a Caribbean Island, the vibrant Cuban culture, the magnificent, crumbling architecture and the influence of the Cuban Revolution make it a fascinating place to explore.
When planning a family holiday in the Caribbean Islands take time to consider what your family enjoys as the islands offer different opportunities.