CUBA TRIP IN 2020 FROM U.S.
YES! AMERICANS CAN TRAVEL TO CUBA IN 2020
Yes, Americans can still travel to Cuba in 2020, they just can’t take a trip to Cuba on a cruise ship or on a people to people tour. Commercial flights are available from the U.S. to Cuba, American Airlines, Jet Blue, Delta, Southwest, and United all have direct flights to Havana, departing from nine U.S. airports, Boston, Newark Liberty, New York JFK, Atlanta, Houston, Tampa, Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, and Miami. You can purchase a ticket on any of their flights and we can prepare an itinerary for a legal trip to Cuba from the U.S.
LEGAL TRAVEL TO CUBA FOR AMERICANS
The most often used of the various “legal travel to Cuba" categories are the religious, public performance, and support for the Cuban people categories. Public performances include events like the Havana International Jazz Festival which takes place January 14 through January 20, 2020, religious tours like our Afro-Cuban religion and Jewish Heritage tours. Most trips to Cuba from the US are support for the Cuban people tours, and these are tours that involve interacting with Cubans and supporting civil society on the island. Travel to Cuba in 2020 is still legal for travel that originates in the US as long as that travel conforms to one of the legal travel categories. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll prepare a custom tour for you.
LEGAL TRIP TO CUBA IN 2020 FOR AMERICANS
Here are two links about legal travel to Cuba from the U.S., the first is a New York Times article dated September 2019, and the second is the Code of Federal Regulations;
This is the second update in this series dealing with travel to Cuba from the United States and is being uploaded on January 4, 2020.
By Frank Gonzalez