Travelers to Cuba must present a valid passport.
To avoid having to update any travel documents during your stay, make sure your passport is valid for the entirety of your trip (ideally several months longer).
Tourist visas are also required for all visitors.
What documents do I need to travel to Cuba?
All travelers to Cuba must possess a valid passport, a return ticket, travel insurance policy with medical coverage, and a visa or tourist visa. Unlicensed U.S. citizens may be allowed a stay of up to 90 days upon entry.
Can US citizens travel to Cuba 2019?
Note: On June 5th, 2019, new laws regarding US travel to Cuba went into effect. It is still 100% legal for Americans to travel to Cuba. (However, as of October 2019, Americans can only fly into Havana.) For more information, check out these Cuba travel policy updates or keep reading for more information.
What does a US citizen need to enter Cuba?
You will need a full-sized passport to travel to Cuba. The Passport Card is not sufficient. It’s wise to make sure your passport will not expire for at least six months after the date of your trip to Cuba. Cuban officials do not enforce this rule, but some airlines and cruise lines do.
Do you need a license to travel to Cuba?
You don’t actually need a printed license to travel to Cuba, even under the new Trump Cuba policies. Having a Cuba General License simply means that: a. You’ve chosen to travel under any of the US government’s 11 permitted categories of legal travel to Cuba (Support for the Cuban People is usually the easiest).