More than 80 percent of Cuban citizens travel abroad to visit relatives, friends and relatives, according to a new study.
But for travelers, traveling to the Caribbean island has its dangers.
According to a study conducted by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, about 80 percent in Cuba travel to visit family members.
It says there are approximately 2,000 to 2,400 people staying in a hotel and 1,800 people staying at a tourist attraction.
The study said the number of people staying alone in hotels is the highest in Cuba, at around 3,500, and the number staying at tourist attractions is higher, at 1,700.
The Cuban government has set a travel ban on Cubans traveling to and from the United States, Canada, the European Union, South Korea and Australia.
The U.N. report said in Cuba there are no designated hotels, and most hotels are privately owned.
A few private hotels have been opened by tourists.
The United States says it does not want to see any changes to travel restrictions and said it has an open invitation to Cuba to host its own tourism events.