1) Varadero, Cuba
Just an hour and 20-minute flight off the coast of Florida, Cuba awaits, beckoning the adventurous sunseeker. While it’s still difficult for Americans to cut through the red tape surrounding the Cuban visa process, the island country is open for most others. Many describe entering Cuba is like taking a step back in time. This makes sense as soon as you see the classic cars cruise by and the brightly colored houses and buildings. Another vintage aspect of Cuba visitors will appreciate are the prices. In general, travel is cheap. Varadero in particular is known for its sandy beaches and all-inclusive resorts that line the shore. Two and three-star all-inclusive resorts start under $100/person/night. Starfish Varadero offers their 3 1\2-star accommodation for $150/person/night. Free meals and beverages at multiple on site restaurants, 2 outdoor pools, and multiple bars and lounges makes this a great deal.
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