Can Americans Travel to Cuba? Here’s What You Should Know

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If you’ve been fantasizing about the idea of visiting beautiful Varadero now that Americans can travel to Cuba legally only under one of the 12 The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) approved categories. With Letty’s Cuba, you can rest assured you’ll find everything you need for your next trip to Cuba.
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If you’ve been fantasizing about the idea of visiting beautiful Varadero now that Americans can travel to Cuba legally only under one of the 12 The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) approved categories. With Letty’s Cuba, you can rest assured you’ll find everything you need for your next trip to Cuba.

For instance, you can visit Cuba without a tour guide and on your own if you speak Spanish and you’re willing to support the Cuban people. You can also join a sports tournament and involve the locals to foster cultural exchanges. Connecting, with the Cuban people in a meaningful way should be your ultimate goal while visiting the island.

Now let’s head straight into those categories:

  • Family Visits
  • Official Business of the US Government
  • Journalistic Activities
  • Professional Research & Meetings
  • Educational Activities
  • Religious Activities
  • Public Performances
  • Athletic/Non-Athletic Competitions & Exhibitions
  • Support for the Cuban People
  • Humanitarian Projects
  • Activities of Private Foundations/Research/Educational Institutes
  • Exportation/Importation/Transmission of Information Material

 

What to avoid

  • Avoid staying at hotels explicitly banned by the US State Department as well as spending money at military-owned businesses. Here’s a detailed list
  • Keep a record of your activities and anything you do in Cuba. Try not to bypass any of the 12 approved categories under any circumstance.
  • Think “private.” Everything from private cars, private restaurants, private hotels and everything related is good to go.

Visiting Cuba

Sounds a bit complicated? Let Letty’s Cuba handle everything for you and your group. With an expedited Cuban Visa at just 85$, travel insurance, all you have to do is prepare for a trip you won’t be able to forget.

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind trip to Cuba, trust Letty’s Cuba to take you on a journey that adjusts to your specific needs and wishes. With different pre-set tours such as the Weekend in Havana, the Havana-Varadero trip or the Ultimate Journey.

Also, we make it easier for you to rent a car, and we provide tour guides, restaurants recommendations, entertainment and accommodations tailored just for you. Just call 954-368-0546 for more information.

If you want to know more about your next trip to Cuba, keep reading our BLOG!

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