Have your passport handy and fill in our simple online form in less than 5 minutes
You will receive the approved document by ordinary mail in a couple of days.
At your destination, show your passport together with the received approved document.
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Yes, depending on your nationality. You can check with our eligibility verifier if you need to apply for the Cuba tourist visa.
In most cases, a visa is required to enter the country. You should check if you are eligible to apply for your visa for Cuba.
It is easy, you have to fill out an online form with your passport and in a few days, you will be given the physical card by courier. Start the process here.
It takes 24 hours to deliver the card in Europe. For other countries, it takes between 3 and 5 days.
You must have a valid passport for at least 6 months from your arrival date in Cuba and a valid card to pay for the card.
After completing your application for a Cuba visa, you will receive an email with an identification number to track the status of your application.
If we find an error, we will contact you. Once the card is issued and sent, unfortunately we cannot make any changes.
In order to be granted access to the country, tourists have to fulfill the following Cuba entry requirements: having a valid passport, an approved Cuban visa and purchasing travel insurance.
If you are travelling from Europe you will need to apply for the standard visa, and in the case of travelling from the United States, you will need the specific visa. Both visas are applied online and will be delivered to your home by a courier service. The Cuban tourist visa allows for a single entry and a stay of 30 days. We also remind you that it is compulsory to take out travel insurance before travelling to Cuba. The documents required for travelling to Cuba are a valid passport and travel insurance.
Note that each government reserves the right to deny entry to the country even if the visa has been approved. Each traveler will be treated individually upon arrival by the immigration officer at the airport, port, or border. An entry denial normally occurs when the person represents a threat to security or national interests.