Here are some great resources for info on Cuba. 


1)  From Canada       http://gocuba.ca/client/specialtytravel/index.php

2) Lonely Planet              https://www.lonelyplanet.com/cuba












3)  Good Travel Tips       https://www.parlemag.com/2017/02/cuba-travel-tips/

​4)  Getting Your Cuban Visa Tips    https://www.parlemag.com/2017/02/cuban-tourist-visa-info/

​5)  Understanding Cuba Money     https://www.parlemag.com/2017/02/cuba-travel-tips-money-cuc/


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6)   Airlines Flying from The USA and Visa Info:    FLIGHTS AND VISA INFO FROM USA. Here’s the list of airlines that operate direct flights to Havana from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Charlotte, Newark, New York JFK, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Orlando, Tampa and many others.

JetBlue
American Airlines
SouthWest
Delta Airlines
United Airlines
Eastern Airlines
Aruba Airlines
 
Alaska Airlines
If you’re flying from the US to Cuba, your airline will help arrange your Cuban Tourist Card. This card is pink, instead of the typical green Tourist Card. You will not be able to board the flight to Cuba with the green one.

The cost is $50 for the pink tourist card (instead of $25 for the green one), but each airline has different fees for acquiring it. Here is a breakdown of known costs and where to acquire the tourist card for each airline:
◦ Southwest: $50, purchased online and delivered at the gate
◦ JetBlue: $50, purchase at gate
◦ Delta: $50, purchase at gate or through mail
◦ United: $75 ($50 visa + $25 processing fee), purchase at gate.
◦ American: $85 ($50 visa + $35 processing fee), purchase online and sent via mail. AA will send instructions.
◦ Frontier: $110 ($50 visa + $35 processing fee + $25 mailing fee), purchase online and sent via mail. Frontier will send instructions.

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7) Money Exchange and How to:    

 http://nomascoach.boardingarea.com/travel/money-cuba-exchange/

8)  How to find cheap flights to Cuba from the USA:     

http://annaeverywhere.com/cheap-direct-flights-to-cuba-from-usa/



Categories of legal Cuba travel that do not require a license. We are showing you the culture and history of Cuba. These are not tours of laying on the beach. We are here to enrich you and to "Support the Cuban People" 

You can go to Cuba legally without a license or paperwork as long as your purpose of 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
Journalistic 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 (OUR GUESTS TRAVEL UNDER THIS CATEGORY)
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. There is no paperwork involved. You simply arrange travel and go to the island.​

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