Cuba is a hot tourist destination right now, especially for US citizens. Even though there has been a huge surge in numbers and popularity Cuba is still perceived as a mysterious destination: unknown and inaccessible. In reality, it is now easier than ever to travel from the US to Cuba. Liligo.com gives you the step-by-step low-down on how to travel to Cuba this year.
Last year was pretty historic for the relationship between Cuba and the US: not only did Barack Obama and his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro share two handshakes but the US Embassy in Havana reopened after five decades.
If you’re planning to book a cheap flight to Cuba this year, take a look at our ultimate step-by-step plan to make sure you have everything covered before you take off.
2 responses to “How Americans can Travel to Cuba in 10 Easy Steps”
Do you need a tourist card and a general license? I am planning to travel to cuba in february. What else do I need.
As mentioned, you will need a tourist card and a general license to enter Cuba. Remember that your reasons for visiting Cuba will need to correspond with those listed in steps 1 and 4! For more information check out this Department of Treasury webpage: http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions/Programs/Pages/cuba.aspx
Happy travels to Cuba!