Latest Cuba News for Travelers
May 15, 2020
We have suspended all tours that were scheduled to start in March, April, May, and June 2020 and most of the tours for July through October. The Cuban government plans to open the borders on July 1st.
- $5 deposit deal - pay only $5 per person as a deposit for a new booking on any tour in 2020 or 2021 (non-refundable).
- If you were booked on a tour that has been suspended due to the pandemic, you will receive full credit and can rebook anytime up to the end of 2021.
- If you are booked on a tour that is due to depart on or after 20 October 2020, there are currently no changes to the status of your trip.
- Postponing your tour is permitted up to 30 days before the tour is due to depart without penalty for tour start dates up until Dec 31, 2020. You can move the tour date to any available date before Dec 31, 2021.
- Canceling your tour reservation should be made at least 60 days before tour start date to avoid further cancelation fees. Valid for tours departing before the end of 2021. Check further details in our booking Terms and Conditions.
More details about the Coronavirus in Cuba
Cuba travel rules for US citizens updated again
June 5, 2019
Further changes were made by the Trump administration to travel laws regarding visits to Cuba. Cruise ship visits were banned and the category of legal travel called "People-to-People" was eliminated. Legal travel to Cuba for US citizens is still quite simple however. Read a full explanation.
New Trump administration travel rules announced
Nov 9, 2017
The much awaited changes to the OFAC regulations for legal travel to Cuba by US citizens was finally implemented today, with the new rules being immediately applicable. Here are some useful links that provide details and an analysis of the implications:
- The new rules explained
- 6 ways to travel to Cuba that are currently legal
- US Cuba travel expert interviewed about the new travel rules