Airbnb Now Inviting All Travelers to Cuba, Not Just Americans

The company has been beating the bushes there for a year.

President Obama, who made a historic visit to Cuba this week, has vowed to ease U.S. restrictions on the island nation.

Airbnb says it has been going door to door for a year now, recruiting houses to join its community across 40 cities and towns in Cuba.

Cuba is the fastest-growing market in the company’s history, with over 4,000 houses being added to Airbnb’s database in the past year, the company says.

Hosts can make up to $250 in U.S. currency per booking, which is considerable when compared to the $20 the average Cuban makes in a day.