- What is the cost to obtain a Cuba Tourist Card?
All Tourist Cards have a cost of 40.70 USD. If you are flying direct to Cuba from the US the cost is 103.50 USD. Our service includes a flat delivery rate of $50 for 1-3 business days deliveries.
- When and how will I receive my Tourist Card?
We send our Tourist Cards by courier services. Our shipments are delivered anywhere in the world in less than 1 week.
- Will be our information pre-printed on the cards?
We will attach information about how to fill the data with the Tourist Card.
- We are a group traveling together. Do we have to order the Tourist Cards separately?
You can place all the tourist cards in the same order. In this way, you will only pay one shipping charge. We deliver all the tourist cards to the address included in the order.
- How long does it take to process a Cuban Tourist Card?
Our standard processing time is 1 business days. Our cards are delivered in less than 1 week.
- How long is the Cuba Tourist Card valid for?
The Tourist Card for Cuba provides access to Cuba for one single entry over a period of 30 natural days from the date of entry into the country. If you are a Canadian citizen, the tourist card allows you to stay in Cuba for 90 days from the date of entry into the country.
- Is the Cuba Tourist Card for a single entry or multiple entries?
The Tourist Card is a single-entry visa.
- Do I need a Cuba Tourist Card if I am traveling to Cuba on a cruise? Which one do I need?
No matter if you arrive to Cuba from a cruise, you need a Tourist Card. If your cruise departs from the USA, you will need a pink card. If your cruise has a non-US departing point, you will need the Green Card.
- Which card do I need if my flight departs from the USA?
If you have a direct flight from the USA to Cuba, you will need the Pink Card. If your flight has a layover outside the USA, you will need the Green Card.
- Do I need to get a separate card for my minor children?
Children require a Tourist Card, even if they are registered on their parents’ passports.
- Is the same a Cuban Tourist Card and a Cuba Visa?
A Cuban Tourist Card and a Cuban Visa are different documents. Only a few African and Middle Eastern countries need a Cuban Visa instead of just a Tourist Card. If you’re coming from America, Australia, New Zealand or Europe but you will need a Cuban Tourist Card. However, Cuba Tourist Card is often referred to as a visa.
- What activities are permitted with a Cuban Tourist Card?
The Cuban Tourist Card enables travelers to visit the country of Cuba for tourism purposes
- What countries are eligible for a Cuban Tourist Card?
Albania, Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Vatican City.
- When should I apply for a Cuban Tourist Card?
The Card will be valid for 180 days from the moment of purchase. This means that you will need to travel within 6 months of your purchase.
- How many times can I apply for Cuba Tourist Card?
You can apply for as many as you want. Bear in mind that each card will allow you to stay for up to 30 days.
- Can I extend my stay beyond the limit?
The Tourist Card can be extended for an extra 30 days while you are in Cuba (90 for Canadian citizens). The maximum stay is 2 months, except for Canadian passport holders that can stay for 6 months.
- What type of visa do I need if I travel from the US to Cuba via a third country?
Let’s say your itinerary is USA – Panama – Cuba. In this case you will need a green card to enter Cuba since the last leg of your flight is via a non-US airport
- Who will fill my Tourist Card?
We value the time and effort it takes to plan your trip, so we try to make the process of getting your documents as simple as possible. That’s why we ship empty Cuba Tourist Cards with instructions on how to complete them. That way you can easily complete them once you have the cards
- What are the OFAC travel categories?
If you are travelling to Cuba from the USA, your trip will need to fall under one of the approved general licenses for 12 categories of travel. The 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba are: family visits; official business of the U.S. government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations; journalistic activity; professional research and professional meetings; educational activities; religious activities; public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions; support for the Cuban people; humanitarian projects; activities of private foundations or research or educational institutes; exportation, importation, or transmission of information or informational materials; and certain authorized export transactions.
On your way back to the USA, some officials will ask for supporting documentation about your trip purpose. You should have ready this supporting documentation in case you are asked about it.
- What type of visa do I need if I travel to Cuba via the USA?
Let’s say your itinerary is Europe – USA – Cuba. In this case you will need a pink card to enter Cuba since the last leg of your flight is via a US airport
- Do I need insurance to travel to Cuba?
Yes, travel insurance is mandatory when entering Cuba. You should have your policy available when entering the country.
- Visa Policy of Cuba