Who is Traveling to Cuba?
22.1 percent of respondents plan to travel to Cuba in the next 1-3 years.
Interesting Stats About Americans Planning to Travel to Cuba
- People over the age of 65 are 31 percent more likely to visit Cuba within the next three years compared to any other age group in the survey.
- More than 75 percent of those who said they had no concerns about visiting Cuba said their preferred method of payment would be credit or debit cards.
- 30 percent said having no cell phone reception and limited Internet access would deter them from visiting.
- The primary travel focus would be history/culture (51 percent).
- Those with a bachelor’s degree or higher are 14 percent more likely to fall under one of the 12 approved categories of travel.
- Of those respondents who said business was their primary reason to visit Cuba and also selected travel cost a concern, none of them said they had a negative view of the normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba.
- Of those planning to travel to Cuba in the next three years, respondents felt that the primary inconvenience would be limited acceptance of credit cards.
- 76 percent of those who indicated they would explore Cuba on their own instead of taking a guided tour, said cell phone service or Internet access would not be a concern.