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- General Information and Eligibility
- Cuba Tourist Card Requirements
- Cuba Family Visa Requirements
- Cuba Press Visa Requirements
- Cuba Business Visa Requirements
- Licensed Travel for U.S. Citizens Going to Cuba
- Other Cuba Visa Requirements (including Cuba Student Visas, and Cuba Event Visas)
Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for Cuba Visas
- Cuba has always been a fantastic destination for tourists. If you are in search of breath-taking beaches, outstanding scuba diving, gorgeous tropical weather, or salsa dancing, this country has something to satisfy all tastes.
- And while Cuba is a country you should add to your bucket list, for citizens of the United States, this will not be so easy. In fact, officially, U.S. citizens are prohibited from travelling to Cuba to engage in tourism-related transactions. However, people still go. The best resource for planning your trip is this page.
- Citizens of most countries who will just be traveling to Cuba on vacation do not require to get a Cuba visa in advance. Most airlines will enable you to get a Tourist Card at the airport upon check-in.
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