30 Oct Visa and Passport Requirements
Everyone traveling to Cuba must obtain a Cuban visa before arriving. This is a two-part document also known as a tourist card. Upon arrival, authorities will take one part. When you leave the country, you will need to surrender the second part. The Cuban visa is good for one person, for a stay in Cuba of up to 30 days.
As part of our all-inclusive Cuban tours, the cost of the Cuban visa isn’t include in our tour price. We recommend to purchase the visa in advance with your airline
U.S. citizens will also need a valid passport in order to travel to Cuba. Your passport must be valid for at least six months after your return date.
If you are a Cuban American, you may need a special visa in order to travel to Cuba. Learn more:
- CIA World Factbook, Cuba
- US Embassy in Cuba
- US Embassy – 12 Categories of Authorized Travel to Cuba
- US Treasury – Cuba Regulations Fact Sheet
- US Government Publishing Office; Electronic Code of Federal Regulations -§515.560 Travel-related transactions to, from, and within Cuba by persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction