You Can Travel to Cuba Legally. Here is How in 2018.
Yes, Americans can still travel to Cuba. Get the latest updates on Cuba travel policy in 2018.
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Yes, Americans can still travel to Cuba. Get the latest updates on Cuba travel policy in 2018.
Find out what you need to know when planning a trip to Cuba. The latest on the new Cuba travel policy updates can all be found here.
Cuba FAQs for Americans. Everything you need to know about how to travel independently to Cuba from the U.S. under the new policies.
The broadest category for legal independent travel to Cuba is support for the Cuban people. Find out if your trip qualifies.
This ultimate Cuba travel guide gives you step by step instructions for Cuba travel as an American. Your trip can be legal, fun, and easy to plan!
Thousands of travelers fly into Cuba from Mexico every year! This guide details the "how and why" on entering Cuba from Mexico.
If you’re planning to visit Cuba in 2018, you’re in luck! It's still totally legal to travel to Cuba. And right now, it's never been easier. Here's how to do it.
Traveling to Cuba for the first time? We have all the information needed to ensure you have an enriching first trip to Cuba.
This guide outlines tips for how to experience the real Cuba and have an authentic adventure.
The guide explains how to plan a fun trip to Cuba that the whole family will enjoy. Tips on setting an itinerary and keeping children entertained!
Learn why Cuba is a perfect place to earn your solo-travel chops and get some tips on how to have the time of your life in the process.
Planning a trip to Cuba with seniors? No problem! This guide has helpful tips for easy travel throughout the island with seniors.
Essential Cuba info for Americans. The latest updates on everything you need to know about how to travel to Cuba.
How to fly to Cuba. The latest updates on everything you need to know about flights to Cuba, including flying from the US to Cuba.
Lodging in Cuba: information about the range of accommodation options, plus how to book a place to stay in Cuba.
How to get around in Cuba. Everything to know about transportation in Cuba including public transport, taxis, buses, trains, and car rentals in Cuba.
Information on how to get a Cuban tourist card and visa in Cuba and what the difference is between the two. How to get a tourist card from the US.
Everything you need to know about using money in Cuba. Learn about Cuba's 2 currencies, exchanging money, how to budget, where to use checks and more.
The 19 foods you have to eat while you're in Cuba, plus everything you need to know about restaurants, street food, and more.
How to use the internet in Cuba. Everything you need to know about getting access to the internet or making phone calls in Cuba.
Cuba FAQs: other common questions about Cuba such as when to go to Cuba, what to bring to Cuba, power outlets in Cuba, and more.
Cuba is so mysterious to Americans that almost every asks: is Cuba safe? The short answer? Absolutely! Here's everything you need to know about safety in Cuba as a traveler.
Find out the best time to visit Cuba. Don't miss the best things to do in each season, plus save money, and pack the right stuff!
How to travel to Cuba as an American. Just follow these six easy steps to prepare for your trip to Cuba.
You can still travel to Cuba without a tour. Here are three ways to travel to Cuba without a tour and the pros and cons of each one.
Planning a trip to Cuba from the US? Our easy-to-understand infographic will make your trip planning easy!
Americans traveling to Cuba need a Cuban Tourist Card. Here's a simple infographic that teaches you how to get one.
As Cubans recover from Hurricane Irma, we’ve heard many local accounts of both the damage and the recovery process. Here’s an update on the recovery.
Do you need a visa to travel to Cuba? ViaHero details the answer in this step-by-step guide on how to get a Cuban visa.
Most travelers to Cuba need a tourist card/visa. Here’s how to get a Jetblue Cuba visa before your trip to Cuba.
Find out how to get an American Airlines Cuban visa (tourist card) before you depart for Cuba. Most travelers are required to have one.
You'll likely need a visa/tourist card for your trip to Cuba. Here's how to easily get a Delta Cuba visa.
Most travelers to Cuba need a visa/Tourist Card. If you’re flying in from the U.S., here’s how to get a Southwest Cuban visa.
This guide gives you everything you need to plan a trip to Cuba from the UK. From how to book flights to what to pack, it’s all here.
What’s the cost of planning a trip to Cuba? We guarantee—it's not as expensive as you think. Here’s a detailed breakdown of travelers' typical expenses.
Everything you need to know to plan a trip to Cuba from Canada. From lodging to money to visas, it’s all here.
Can you get a Cuba visa on arrival in Havana? Technically, yes. But there are better ways to get the Cuban Tourist Card.
You can get a Cuba visa online before your trip. Follow these detailed instructions to get your Cuba visa.
Can Americans travel to Cuba in 2018? Absolutely! Here's what you need to know about travel to Cuba 2018.
Check out our guide to Support for the Cuban People activities and get inspired to plan your independent trip to Cuba!
Support the Cuban People vs. People to People travel, which one is best for your trip? This guide outlines both categories so you can choose.
Wondering if ViaHero is right for your trip to Cuba? Check out these ViaHero reviews to get the opinions of customers and the press.
Are Americans allowed to travel to Cuba? Yes! And here’s how to plan your trip to Cuba.
Many Americans travel to Cuba with the Support the Cuban People category. Here's how to create an epic Support the Cuban People itinerary.
Don't let the new rules confuse you. It's easy to travel to Cuba with a US passport.
What is People to People Cuba travel? And do you need to travel on a group tour to visit Cuba? Read on for the answers.
Don't stress about getting a Cuba visa. This guide details what you need to know about the Cuba visa and how to ask Heroes for help with the process.
Planning to rent a car in Cuba? Here are driving in Cuba tips and experience from a traveler.
Our first traveler, Hadassa, loved her first trip to Cuba. She's got some great tips to help you travel to Cuba, too.
There are so many wonderful things to do in Cuba. If you skip these Cuban tourist traps, you won't be missing out.
Americans need a passport, a general license, and a Cuban Tourist Card to travel to Cuba. No Cuban Visa needed. We explain the difference.
Cuba tourism for Americans used to involve Cold War-era sanctions. It’s easier now. Here's what you need to know to visit Cuba today.
Plan a trip to see Cuba's 7 wonders like the Vinales Valley and Ambrosio Cave. You won't regret it.
Cheap food in Cuba is sold in street stalls all over the country. Budget travelers love getting a full, delicious meal for under a dollar.
When you plan a trip to Cuba, you need to think carefully about packing. Here are five things to bring to Cuba that you'll definitely need.
Looking for the best off the beaten path places in Cuba? From dancing to drinks, and so much more, keep these Cuba hidden gems in mind.
Hiking high mountain trails, admiring waterfalls, and meeting friendly locals...these are just a few of the top things to do in Cuba.
Cuba hidden gems are just waiting for you to discover them. Here are a few secret spots to help you plan a trip to Cuba now!
Saving money in Cuba is easy! If you do things like a Cuban, it’s dirt cheap - even in Havana. Here's how to stay a week in Havana for $300!
Lodging in Cuba is simple: stay in a casa particular/Airbnb. You must see these six incredible Airbnbs in Cuba!
A local travel expert shares her insider tips on the best things to do in Camagüey, Cuba. From coffee to dancing, Lianet knows where to go.
Spending your time like a Cuba local is a great way to experience Cuba. The Cuban people are welcoming and love to engage with travelers!
Traveling to Cuba on a budget is not only possible, it’s easy! Here's how to travel cheap in Cuba (think casas particulares and $1 lunches).
When you travel to Cuba, skip the tourist traps and get off the beaten path. These are our top tips on finding the best that Cuba has to offer.
Favorite local spots and things to do in Havana from an ex Cuba tour guide and current travel planning Hero Fidel.
Local travel planner and photographer Juan Manuel shares his opinion on the best things to do in Cuba.
As a tiny agricultural town on the west end of Cuba, the best things to do in Viñales are to relax and to enjoy the outdoors!
For a unique trip to Cuba, try these fun things to do in Holguín. This small town is often overlooked, but it's one of our favorite places.
An elegant French spirit mingles with a feisty Caribbean persona that inspires the best things to do in Cienfuegos.
Musuems, hiking, and music: these are the top things to do in Manzanillo and Bayamo! These tiny towns on the edge of the country have so much to offer.
Culture vultures: this is your city! The rich literary and musical history mean there are a ton of cultural sights and things to do in Matanzas.
Baracoa is a jewel to behold. The top things to do in Baracoa are explore the natural wonders and then eat the incredible local seafood.
The best things to do in Camaguey are hidden in it's labyrinthine streets. These are the best spots in Camaguey worth seeking out.
Cuba's grittiest, edgiest city is full of surprises. These are the most fun and exciting things to do in Santa Clara, Cuba.
Your guide to what you need to know about Cuba travel. It's all here from cultural norms, to history, to music.
Santiago is a Cuban city like no other. It's bold, vibrant, and fun. Here's the locals' guide to the best things to do in Santiago de Cuba.
Visiting historic sites, relaxing on gorgeous beaches, and hiking are just a few of the awesome things to do in Trinidad, Cuba.
Travel like a local with this list of unique things to do in Havana. We're excited for you to experience our favorite hidden gems!
From Mambo to Tango to Salsa to Bolero, there are Cuban dances for everyone, whether you prefer watching or dancing.
Food in Cuba today is more than just ham sandwiches or rice and beans. Find out what's the best food in Cuba today and where to eat it.
We get asked many questions regarding first-time travel to Cuba, especially from the U.S. Our Cuba FAQ offers some answers.
On a trip to Cuba, you'll want to buy souvenirs like rum and coffee. Here's the answer to your question: what can I bring back from Cuba?
Money in Cuba means cash because American credit cards will not work until the embargo is lifted. Here's everything you need to know.
Flights to Cuba from the United States are now running on a daily basis. Find out which airlines offer flights and how to fly to Cuba.
From planes to cars to bicycles and everything in between, here's how to get around Cuba.
Are you a luxury hotel cat or an Airbnb aristocrat? From Casas Particulares to hotels, here's your guide on where to stay in Cuba.
You need a Cuba General License to travel to Cuba as an American. But which one? Find out here before you travel.
You need to plan a trip to Cuba right now! Cuba travel is so easy for Americans right now, get there before everyone else does.