For years, Cuba was off-limits to so many travelers, and now that it’s opened its doors to tourism once again it’s becoming increasingly popular! People want to explore the rich culture, taste the flavorful food, and catch some rays on the stunning beaches, but even more than that, they want to learn about why it’s such a great place to visit.
Besides general information, most interesting facts about the country are not well-known. In preparation for a potential future trip, take this quiz covering fun facts about Cuba and see how you do. And don’t forget to log in or register in order to add your score and name to the leaderboard!
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20 Questions: Facts About Cuba
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Cuba has two national currencies. What are they?
Cuba is home to the World’s smallest bird called the Zunzuncito. What is the type of bird?
What is the most popular sport in Cuba?
Which of the following dance styles did NOT originate in Cuba?
How many UNESCO World Heritage Sites are in Cuba?
Cigars are one of Cuba’s biggest exports and they make up an important part of the export economy. Roughly how many million dollars worth of cigars are exported annually?
Cuban cigars are world famous because of the high-quality materials and the attention-to-detail that goes into making each one. Approximately how many steps does it take to properly produce one single Cuban cigar?
This religion emerged in Cuba in the 17th century and has been embedded in the society since. It’s a fusion of Catholic practices and African folk beliefs. What is the name of the religion?
Which of the following rum cocktails did NOT originate in Cuba?
What holiday was banned in Cuba for 30 years when Fidel Castro’s Communist government was in power?
Which one of the following options is NOT one of the traditions that Cubans partake in to celebrate New Year’s Eve?
The city of Havana was founded in 1519 by what Colonial presence?
Which popular brand of drink is banned in Cuba and you can only purchase it discreetly under the counter at some stores?
True or False? The average Cuban salary equates to around $40 USD per month.
True or False? Cuba is nearly 10 times larger than Jamaica.
True or False? Cuba holds one of the highest literacy rates in the world at 99%
True or False? Cuba is the largest and most populous country in the Caribbean.
True or False? Havana is located only 150km/90 miles away from Key West in the USA.
True or False? Cuba has more qualified doctors than the entire continent of Africa.
True or False? Bacardi rum was founded in and is still made in Cuba.
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