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.
How can I travel to Cuba legally?
- Cuba visitors require a valid passport from any country.
- Cuba visitors require an entry visa. Purchase a Cuban Tourist Visa.
- US credit and debit cards don’t work in Cuba. Plan trip expenses carefully.
- US regulations require Americans to retain records of island activities and related expenses for five years.
Can a US citizen travel to Cuba from another country?
United States citizens can only travel to Cuba under specific conditions, but under current regulations, U.S. citizens cannot travel to Cuba simply to vacation there, even if they go to Cuba via a third country, such as Canada.
Can US citizens go to Cuba 2020?
US Travel to Cuba: The Complete 2020 Guide. it is still completely legal to travel to Cuba with a US passport, even after the June 2019 Cuba travel restrictions and the recent ban on most Cuban airports aside from Havana.
Why can’t Americans go to Cuba?
The current regulation does not prohibit travel by U.S. citizens to Cuba per se, but it makes it illegal for U.S. citizens to have transactions (spend money or receive gifts) in Cuba under most circumstances without a US government Office of Foreign Assets Control issued license.