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I have traveled to Cuba many times. Since spirit and frontier airlines cut it out of the route, it costs a little more. There are like 12 reasons to fall under in order to get entry, I always use I'm going to be studying the history of the Cuban people. You will be required to have medical insurance, it is usually included in the airfare when you buy the ticket. And be aware no US based credit cards will work there, so bring cash, or keep your foreign account open in another country so you have access to money.

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19 minutes ago, Loren Y said:

I have traveled to Cuba many times. Since spirit and frontier airlines cut it out of the route, it costs a little more. There are like 12 reasons to fall under in order to get entry, I always use I'm going to be studying the history of the Cuban people. You will be required to have medical insurance, it is usually included in the airfare when you buy the ticket. And be aware no US based credit cards will work there, so bring cash, or keep your foreign account open in another country so you have access to money.

How's the visa situation? Where do you get one? I've heard many people have to travel down Mexico to get one.

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58 minutes ago, hoangthaihuy said:

How's the visa situation? Where do you get one? I've heard many people have to travel down Mexico to get one.

It's really not a Visa, it is a travel card. Costs around 50 dollars, and you can buy it from the airline you are flying on most of the time. Southwest and Delta it is a easy process. I believe jet blue and American airlines also fly there. It's a pink paper card you just need to fill out and have with you. Fill it out completely, their immigration can be sticklers on the smallest thing, but I have never personally had any issues. Here is a link to a website with some really good information. I checked it out, and it seems spot on for the information. I even learned a few new things. But check it out...

 

http://www.viahero.com/travel-to-cuba/travel-to-cuba-2018

 

It's worth the trip just for the mojito.😁

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14 minutes ago, Loren Y said:

It's really not a Visa, it is a travel card. Costs around 50 dollars, and you can buy it from the airline you are flying on most of the time. Southwest and Delta it is a easy process. I believe jet blue and American airlines also fly there. It's a pink paper card you just need to fill out and have with you. Fill it out completely, their immigration can be sticklers on the smallest thing, but I have never personally had any issues. Here is a link to a website with some really good information. I checked it out, and it seems spot on for the information. I even learned a few new things. But check it out...

 

http://www.viahero.com/travel-to-cuba/travel-to-cuba-2018

 

It's worth the trip just for the mojito.😁

Haha big fan of mojito here. Thanks for the information. I looked up online and there's not much useful information. This helps a lot.

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