When can I travel to Cuba? We’re also longing for Cuba’s beaches, color, and fantastic cocktails. So...when can we travel to Cuba again?
Cuba, like most places around the world, has instituted new rules to keep people healthy. Cubans can only leave home when necessary and must wear face masks.
In some ways, the country is well-equipped to combat the coronavirus. Cuba has universal health care and a high ratio of doctors-to-population. In fact, many Cuban doctors are going overseas to treat the coronavirus in other countries.
When will it be safe to travel to Cuba?
Hopefully soon! Here's the latest:
November 16th: The Havana Airport opened for travel on November 15th. Travelers will be tested upon arrival and must quarantine for twenty-four hours. These airport tests are free.
Note: The latest travel restrictions introduced by the Trump Administration do not ban travel to Cuba. They simply state that Americans cannot stay in government-owned hotels or import Cuban cigars or rum.
Working with a Cuban local isn’t just a way to travel to Cuba legally—it also helps you to see a side of Cuba that most tourists miss.
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