FAQ

Is it legal to travel to Cuba?

Yes, it is legal to travel to Cuba with organizations licensed by the U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) like Cuba Life Travels, LLC.  Please  see the Federal Register.

Cuba Life Travel, LLC is licensed by OFAC, License No.: CT-2014-312791-1.

Will I need a visa?

Yes, you will need a visa to enter and depart Cuba.  Our organization will provide this visa for all of our travelers as part of our package.

Why would I want to travel to Cuba?

Cuba is one of the most fascinating countries in the world.  This is a unique opportunity to have a first hand education on what Cuban people do in a people to people contact .   

Is it safe to Travel to Cuba?

Yes, it is safe to travel to Cuba and in within Cuba; but one must be remain vigilant, and safety-conscious as any international traveler.

Could you create a custom trip for my group?

Yes, we could.

How do I book reservations?

Our travels may contact us either by phone or email to make reservations at: Jasmin@CubaLT.com/Caridad@Cubalt.com or 202-810-2825.

Why should I choose Cuba Life Travels, LLC to visit Cuba?

The owners and program directors of Cuba Life Travels, LLC have deep roots within Cuba.  Our Manager used to be a tour guide in Cuba for 20 years.  You will have a people-to-people experience like no other.   The exposure gained through our organization will be immeasurable. 

 When is the best time to travel to Cuba?

Cuba is a Caribbean country so the weather is always warm.  The best times to travel are from September to June.  The summer months may be too hot for some. 

What should I pack?

Pack summer clothes, comfortable footwear, first aid medication items and travel documents.

 Can I use my cell phone in Cuba?

Compatible device with domestic telephone service required.

Will I be subject to any taxes?

There is a Cuban departure tax in the amount of $ 25.00 cuc (Cuban unit convertible) .  Please be sure to have this amount available to pay the departure tax in Cuba. This amount is now being charged and paid prior to departing for Cuba.

What currency is used in Cuba?

  Travelers in Cuba must use CUC (Cuban unit convertible). You may exchange money at the airport, hotel or Cadeca.