Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Find answers to your questions before joining a tour so that you can find out exactly what you want to know. If you have more question please feel free to reach us via contact form.

Yes, US citizens can travel to Cuba.
There are 12 approve categories by OFAC and some regulations to follow.

Yes, all foreign travelers need to get a Cuban Tourist Card (visa) to enter Cuba for authorized travel purposes.

Yes, direct flights are available mostly from Miami to all major Cuban cities by US airlines like American Airlines and Southwest.

All US flights to Cuba include the mandatory Cuban medical health insurance in the ticket price (from ESICUBA). This will be valid for only 30 calendar days from the date of entry into Cuba, as well as a valid passport. Ideally, it should be valid for a minimum of 2 to 6 months after you leave Cuba.

US Bank issued cards are not accepted in Cuba, due to the US Financial Embargo. On top of that, Cuba’s banking system is dramatically precarious to say the least. Bottom line, best recommendation is to carry enough cash for the entirety of your trip.

Wi-Fi will be available, but signal may be weak at times. You can buy Internet Cards that will allow you to connect to Wi-Fi, and some accommodations are including this service too.

US cell phones may work in Cuba, but international roaming charges are high.

Cuba is a great destination all year around, but the very nicest season is between November and May. It will be dryer than Summer, around 60%, and the temperature will range between 68 to 86 Fº (20 to 30 Cº).

Cuba is generally considered one of the safest destinations for travelers in America, even compared to Canada. However, like any destination, it’s essential to stay aware of your surroundings and take normal safety precautions.