1. Yes, now you have to travel in packs (time to show off those #SquadGoals). You may no longer travel as an individual under the “People-to-People educational travel” category. To travel under this category, you must travel as part of an authorized group, such as Cuba Travel Services. Note that if you had purchased “at […]
The U.S State Department issued a Cuba Travel Warning today as a result of some unidentified attacks against numerous U.S. Embassy employees. The alleged attacks appear to be isolated to specific residences and locations domiciled by individual employees of the U.S. Embassy. The U.S. Embassy in Havana remains open and services to U.S. Citizens are […]
Many have been asking about the current state of Cuba post-hurricane Irma including concerns of hotel conditions, tour operations, etc. Although there is damage throughout parts of the island, you can and should still travel to Cuba. According to the ministry of Cuba’s tourism, Cuba […]
Flight information on Cuba travel affected by Hurricane Irma We’re closely monitoring Hurricane Irma and will update this page and our social media feeds as more information becomes available to us. Are you traveling to Cuba? If so, here is some information pertaining to travel to Cuba affected by Hurricane Irma. FAQ’s What will happen […]
The iconic city of Havana with so much to see will leave you amazed. The hot heat present throughout the island will also leave you finding ways to cool down. May we suggest refreshing yourself with a mojito poolside while still enjoying the spectacular views this city has to offer? With that being said, we […]
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Order your visa on our website cubavisaservices.com. After you have submitted your order, and once processed, you will receive a FedEx tracking number from FedEx via email (check your spam if you don’t receive it). Please allow 7 business days for arrival or 2 business days if you selected the “next-day shipping” option. Note that we […]
The Cuban Cigar Issue