Veteran traveler and photographer Michael Bonocore returned from a recent trip to Cuba thoroughly enchanted by the country. Photographers have long been drawn to Cuba’s breathtaking scenery, historic architecture and friendly locals, and in the U.S. in particular, interest in traveling to the island nation is at a high as restrictions on travel have been relaxed somewhat.
It’s becoming easier than ever to get to Cuba, but a few pointers can help set travelers in the right direction – especially those looking to photograph the country’s vibrant towns and landscapes. Bonocore has shared some tips for getting around the country and making the most of your time there over on Resource Travel. Even if you’re not planning a trip to Cuba, you might find yourself seriously considering one after you’ve looked through his photos.
Have you photographed Cuba? Have any tips to share? Leave them in the comments below.