Covid-19 Protocols for Cuba Travel

Last Update: Sep 01, 2022

Entry Requirements

As of April 4, 2022 the requirement for a negative PCR COVID test result has been eliminated as has the requirement to provide proof of full vaccination. As of May 31st, mask wearing is no longer obligatory, except in health facilities. 

These entry requirements can change with little or no prior warning from the Cuban authorities. We are not responsible for advising of such changes before they happen, nor of updating this information on time.

Requirements to Join our Group Tours

If you are joining a Cuban Adventures Tour there are no longer any specific requirements. You are expected to monitor your own health And advise the tour leader if you feel unwell. Depending on the in country protocols at the time, you may be required to wear a mask when in a shared space.



On Day 1 of your tour during the Welcome Meeting your tour leader will outline health and safety guidelines and our COVID protocols on tour. We also recommend all travellers check the government foreign travel advice of both your home country and the destinations you are travelling to, to ensure you have the most up-to-date information about entry requirements and any potential quarantine periods. 

The World Health Organization recommends wearing masks in destinations with widespread community transmission when physical distancing is difficult, we will adhere to this protocol. You leader will brief you on mask wearing throughout the trip.

Hand sanitizer is extremely difficult to obtain in Cuba so it is strongly recommended you bring enough sanitizer for yourself for the duration of the trip and extra if you would like to leave some with local hosts, local suppliers or your tour leader.

All our trips are twin share, however you have the option to choose a single supplement.

You tour leader will advise you throughout the tour and will brief you on physical distancing when required or as recommended by MINSAP.

If you or someone on your trip has symptoms of COVID-19 while travelling with us, The Cuban Government obliges that person to have a COVID-19 test immediately and will then require travellers to isolate until the test results are confirmed. We will help contact family and friends if needed as well as support with translation services at hospitals or medical centres and in contacting insurance companies, travel agents and airlines to make arrangements to return home if required.

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