Yes. US Citizen can travel to Cuba under any of the 12 categories on the Travel Affidavit – General/Specific Licenses issued by OFAC. We can organize your trip to Cuba, or include you in one of our tours. For more information regarding travel to Cuba rules visit the OFAC website: http://www.treasury.gov.
You must have a valid passport to enter Cuba. You are also required to have a Cuban Tourist Card, often referred to as a visa. This card is provided by Invicta Group Services. You need to fill out a visa application form, provided by us. When you enter Cuba your tourist card/visa and/or passport will be given an entry stamp. Once you arrive in Cuba, your passport will no longer be required and you should keep it in the security box in your hotel room and keep with you a color copy of your passport.
In order to satisfy regulations in both Cuba and the United States, you will need to carry the following documentation, together with your passport. All of these documents will be given to you by Invicta Group Services:
What if I am a Cuban born?
Cuban-born U.S. citizens fall into one of two categories for travel to Cuba. Those who departed Cuba prior to December 31, 1970 will require either a HE-11 visa (which can take six weeks to process, is valid for a one-time entry for 30 days, and expires within 90 days of issue), or a Cuban passport; the choice is up to the traveler. Those who left Cuba after January 1, 1971 will require a Cuban passport.
All travelers must have either a United States passport or residency card that is valid at least six months after the planned travel date.
If you are a Cuban born, please contact our office before make any travel arrangements.
Yes, Cuba is the safest country in all of the Americas.
The official language is Spanish. Your tour guide will be fluent in English and Spanish.
A regular tip for a guide is about 5.00 CUC daily per person and for a driver about 3.00 CUC per person. At the restaurants a good tip is about 5.00 CUC per person.
You will be expected to pay for everything in Convertible Pesos known as CUCs. You will need to convert your U.S. dollars into CUC at the hotel lobby. There is a standard fee included when exchanging currency. If you exchange $100 USD, you will receive 87 CUC. If you have CUC remaining in your wallet at the end of you time in Cuba, you may convert them back to U.S. dollars at the airport. Some people will tell you that you should convert your USD to Euros or Canadian Dollars prior to your trip to obtain a better exchange fee in Cuba. This option is your choice completely as it really ends up to be the nearly the same after the conversion fees.
It is mostly 110 volts though most hotel rooms will have a 220-volt outlet as well. If you take a power board to suit your own electrical devices you can get away with one converter.
No yet, but you can purchase a Cuban sim card from the airport.
Yes. Most hotels have internet access. Hotels have WiFI.
It is much safer to drink bottled water only. Also use it to brush your teeth.
Cuban authorities are requiring that travelers to the island have insurance coverage for medical emergencies. The cost of your airline ticket includes insurance that covers travelers while in Cuba. The insurance that is included in your package covers the following: Medical expenses for sudden illness and accidents up to the amount of 25,000 CUC. No vaccinations are needed for travel into Cuba.
Temperatures of 75º to 80º F. Cool, rainy spells are possible, due to cold fronts moving south from Florida. May through October is off-season and is the hottest period with temperatures between 85º and 90º F in mid-summer, and the possibility of severe storms and hurricanes.
Casual, comfortable, light, loose fitting and cotton garments are the best options for Cuba. In the months when rain or cold winds are a possibility. A cocktail dress or pair of dressy slacks may be needed at a fancy restaurant. Comfortable walking shoes are very important. Also you will need sunglasses, and sunscreen.
Pursuant to the regulation changes on January 16, 2015; in addition to bringing back art, U.S. Citizens are now permitted to import up to $400 worth of goods (including up to $100 in tobacco or alcohol combined).
We recommend passengers bring about $150.00, per person per day for extra meals, drinks, incidentals at the hotel, taxis, etc.
You will need before landing, the customs declaration form.. You will then proceed to clear U.S. Customs and Immigration and the officials will request the form.
Upon arrival, you will keep handy the documents we provided you for the trip This will be the only time during your trip that these documents will be necessary. After checking your passport, letter and license, you will be cleared to move on to baggage claim.
If you, your institution or organization is interested in travel to Cuba, please contact us at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have open-enrollment trips for individuals or groups. If you are interested in travel to Cuba, please contact us to create your own itinerary.
"Explore Cuba with us…"
Accommodation in 5* hotel in Cuba
Round trip airfare – MIA-HAV- MIA
All meals as listed in itinerary
Ground transportation in air conditioner bus, equipped with cold water at all times
Admission to all museums and public buildings listed in itinerary
Travel escort and local Cuban tour guide
Cuban Tourist Card – Visa
Cuban airport departure tax
Health insurance for emergency coverage
Compliance with US Treasury Department
Airline baggage fee
Airfare to/from Miami
Meals other that listed on the itinerary or describe as on your own
Gratuities for guide and driver
Individualized hotel expenses (mini bar, room services, laundry fees, etc.)
BE SURE TO COLLECT YOUR BELONGING FROM THE SAFE DEPOSIT BOX IN YOUR ROOM
- PLANE TICKET
- TRAVEL AFFIDAVIT AND AUTHORIZATION LETTER
CREDIT CARDS FROM AMERICAN BANKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED IN CUBA YET, PLEASE BRING ADDITIONAL CASH TO BUY ART, SOUVENIRS OR RUM AND CIGARS ALLOWS BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT NEW REGULATIONS.
OFAC ALSO IS AMENDING SECTION 515.560 TO ELIMINATE THE PER DIEM LIMITATION ON AUTHORIZED TRAVELERS’ SPENDING IN CUBA AND TO PERMIT AUTHORIZED TRAVELERS TO IMPORT NO MORE THAN $400 WORTH OF GOODS FROM CUBA (INCLUDING UP TO $100 IN ALCOHOL OR TOBACCO PRODUCTS)
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