Cuba Private Tours
Cuba Private Tours

        Americans are welcome to join any of our tours in Cuba

Please bear in mind the following:

  • US travelers to Cuba will still have access to visas as the reports of the embassy ceasing issuance of visas is related to Cuban citizens visiting the U.S.
  • The U.S. Foreign Service Association, the powerful union that represents U.S. diplomats around the world, opposes any decision to withdraw diplomats from Cuba.  The U.S. Travel Association opposes the travel warning.
  • The reason for the travel warning: mysterious sonic attacks on U.S. diplomats, were first reported over one year ago under the Obama administration.  Cuban authorities responded immediately to open an investigation and invited the U.S. government to cooperate.
  • None of the 500,000 U.S. travelers to Cuba this year have reported similar health issues.

So while 2017 has been an interesting year for Cuba, the events of the year don’t mean that you need to reconsider your travel plans.

Cuba is ready to embrace you with the warmth and passion it is famous for

It became easier for Americans (or indeed, anyone traveling directly from the US) to satisfy their curiosity, to see this magnificent destination that was sitting almost literally on their doorstep.

American visitors were finally getting to easily experience the warm welcome that Cuba is known for.

Special Tours for U.S. citizens (people-to-people)

Now open to ALL non U.S. citizens - this means anyone can join one of these People-to-People tours!

Americans are welcome to join any of our tours in Cuba, and now with the latest changes on MARCH 16 2016 anyone can travel to Cuba! If you are looking for a legal way to travel to Cuba, choose one of our fully inclusive tours that adhere to the new OFAC guidelines for people-to-people travel. These represent a fun and easy way to travel to Cuba that is legal and hassle-free!

Be Guided by native cuban, that will be delighted to show you the real Cuba who knows it inside and out.

Categories of travel that do not require a license

You can go to Cuba legally and without a license as long as you affirm your travel fits into one of these US government approved categories:

  • Educational activities in Cuba for schools, including people-to-people exchanges open to everyone
  • Professional research and professional meetings in Cuba
  • Public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions in Cuba
  • Religious activities in Cuba
  • Humanitarian projects in Cuba
  • Journalist activities in Cuba
  • Family visits to close relatives in Cuba
  • Activities in Cuba by private foundations, or research or educational institutes
  • Any type of support for the Cuban people
  • Exportation, importation, or transmission of information technologies or materials
  • Certain authorized export transactions including agricultural and medical products, and tools, equipment and construction supplies for private use
  • Official business of the US government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations

If your travel falls within one of these categories you are automatically authorized to visit Cuba legally without having to apply for a license. You simply arrange travel and go to the island.

US visitors are required to engage in full time itinerary activities related to the above categories of travel.

People-to-people educational exchanges can only be arranged by an organization based in the United States. All other categories of travel can be provided by a US agency or one based in another country.

There is no limit on the amount of money you can spend in Cuba. Travelers can use US credit and debit cards in Cuba (this facility will be in place after May 2015).

Travelers can return to the US with up to $400 of Cuban goods for personal use, including up to $100 of alcohol or tobacco products. Cuban artwork and informational materials are exempt from this limit


Our work is exciting, unique and new in Cuba, as difference we advise through an effective perspective.