Just 90 miles between U.S. and Cuba, visiting this island has been banned for U.S. Citizens for many years. Now you can get in touch with the people of Cuba and their culture through our cultural and educational programs. Discover the way former U.S. President Carter met the people of Cuba; the spots visited by Beyonce and Jay-Z on the Island and get a revival of the days the American writer Ernest Hemingway lived in Cuba. You don’t need to be a superstar or a politician to travel legally to Cuba. Join us in this journey to the biggest island in the Caribbean, where Cubans will present us with the best of their culture, history and the roots that make us so different, yet so close. Read More
Although tourism in Cuba remains forbidden for Americans, Yes, you can visit Cuba legally under one of 12 categories authorized by the US Department of the Treasury. The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) lifted some of the travel restrictions to Cuba after January 2015. There are several tour organizers and Non Profit Organizations operating travel to Cuba under general License for People to People contact. Connection Travel Services has been licensed to organize trips to Cuba. We have granted the specific license to travel to Cuba for certain educational exchanges not involving academic study pursuant to a degree program – 31 C.F.R. § 515.565(b)(2) from OFAC… Read More
Required paperwork to Travel to Cuba
Passports & Visas
PASSPORT: A valid passport is required for a U.S. citizen traveling abroad. Passport should contain at least 2 blank pages for immigration stamps and must be valid for at least 6 months after your return date.