It has been almost 50 years since Cuba, the small communist island country off Americas southernmost tip was removed from our citizens vacation radar, but the fog is starting to clear.
President Obama has made a move to loosen some of the restrictions barring travel to Cuba for specific groups.
President Obama had already eased some of the long standing U.S. policies regarding travel to and from Cuba however under the current rules only Cuban Americans can travel to the island destination which has been involved in an embargo since the 1960's Kennedy administration.
U.S. citizens will be able to send up to $500 per quarter to Cuban citizens, the only restriction there will be that the recipient can not be a ranking official in the Cuban communist party.
The travel restriction have been adjusted for American Students and religious/cultural groups and organisations that have been granted special licenses for travel.
Unfortunately the travel restrictions for ordinary American Citizens has not been lifted, but the regulations have at least stepped back to the Clintonian pre "W" level.
Who would make plans to visit Cuba if the embargo ended tomorrow and how far out would your trip be? Days if not less, 1 month, 3 months, 1 year?
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