CUBA TRIP FROM USA IN 2020
Travel to Cuba from the U.S. is still legal in 2019. Though several restrictions went into effect this year, specifically a ban on cruise ship travel and people to people tours, all other categories regarding travel to Cuba from the US remain the same. Most Americans who travel to Cuba do so under either the religious, public performance, or support for the Cuban people categories. In our case we offer several Afro-Cuban religion tours, Jewish Heritage Tour, and Catholic Tour of Cuba, under the religious category and we are taking reservations for the January 2020 Havana Jazz Festival which is legal under the public performance category. We also offer three different support for the Cuban people tours, and all our tours may be customized.
A few travel tips for Cuba, take soap or hand sanitizer, ass many public bathrooms in Cuba do not have soap. Never buy cigars on the street, no one sells real cigars on the street. Tip the same amount you would back home, Cubans gladly accept tips in U.S. bills, but not coins. Take plenty of cash as American credit cards and ATM cards do not work in Cuba, and you must be a Cuban citizen or resident to receive a money transfer.
Cuba is the safest country in Latin America for American visitors and provides one of the last unique travel experiences on the planet. An island where time seems to have stopped half a century ago, which is governed by elderly “revolutionaries,” and Americans are always greeted with a welcoming smile.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to plan your legal Cuba trip from the U.S.
By Frank Gonzalez