Cuba

Important Info

U.S. Travel Advisory: Level 2 (Exercise Extreme Caution – As Of October 19′)

U.S. Embassy
Calzada between L & M Streets, Vedado, Havana, Cuba
Telephone +(53)(7) 839-4100
Emergency +(53) (7) 839-4100 and dial 1 to speak with the emergency operator.

Travel Seasons: Cuba has 2 seasons, a wet and dry. The best time to travel to Cuba is mid-December to mid-March, July and August. All other months experience tropical storms and periodic rain.

Visa Information: Travel visa is required for Cuba. In most cases, you will be able to purchase a Visa through your airline at your connecting airports (the main airport is Miami). Visa’s cost anywhere from $50 – $100 additional, paid at the departure gate. Click here for the most recent visa information (via. Costa Rica Embassy)

Currency: 1 USD = 26.5000 Cuban Peso (Click here for most recent conversion rate)

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