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In this rapidly changing new post Covid-19 era, we are doing our best to adapt to new requirements and expectations. In response to this, here are some important new steps and procedures that we are implementing to improve hygiene protocols, meet the physical distancing requirements set by the relevant government authorities, and provide our travelers with peace of mind and confidence when traveling during these new times. 

Ministry of Tourism COVID-19 protocols Implemented until November 14, 2021.


  • Medical control points for the entry of clients to the country and new sanitation procedures during immigration processes and baggage claim.
  • As of January 1, 2021, all international travelers must present a certificate with a negative result of a PCR-RT for SARS Cov-2, from a certified laboratory in the country of origin and carried out within a period of 72 hours before the arrival in Cuba, they must carry insurance that includes covid and pay the Cuban health tax considered in air ticket price
  • Upon arrival, the client is tested for the PCR and given a sample number. The result is sent to the hotel where he/she is staying. We must point out that the client cannot leave the declared place in his accommodation without knowing this result first, health safety regulations must be followed included stablish quarantine, all rules should be detailed to you in advance 
  • If the foreign country before the travel back ask for a new Pcr it can be done paying a fee per guest 72 hours prior departure

Each client must travel with his/her personal face masks and additional gloves and is responsible for disposing them at approved disposal facilities. Masks are necessary all time 

Official Website of the Ministry of Public Health


In order to enter into and departure from Cuba, an individual will be needed a six-month validity Passport, tourist card or visa and a round-trip ticket. Upon arriving in Cuba, José Martí´s airport immigration officials will request passport, round-trip ticket and tourist card or visa. 

It is mandatory to hold a tourist card or visa to enter into Cuba. Upon buying your round-trip ticket, you must request the travel agency or the Cuban diplomatic representation based in your country the tourist card or visa in order to enter into Cuba. Visa for Cuba is valid for 30 days. Whether your stay in the Caribbean Island exceeded the respective 30 days, you should renew your tourist card or visa. 

The Cuban government demands a Medical Travel Insurance covered by Medical Expenditures and valid for the whole stay period. All those people who are interested in travelling to Cuba are obliged to provide a Medical Insurance covering all medical expenditures in case of either a disease or accident. 

The Cuban Pesos (CUP) is the official circulating currency in Cuba. It can be obtained upon arriving the country, at the airport, hotels, Banks and currency exchange offices (Cadecas). The exchangeable international currencies are: Euro, US and Canadian dollar, Sterling Pound, Swiss Francs, Mexican Pesos and Japanese Yen, in accordance with the current exchange rate. 

You can also use credit cards as VISA, MASTERCARD and CABAL, as long as they are not drawn from a U.S. bank.

Cuba is a very safe nation. 

Cuba has a moderate sub-tropical weather. Havana and the western provinces have a chillier and nicer weather than in the Eastern region. 

The electric current generally works to 110 V/60 Hz. 

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