PASSPORT & VISA INFORMATION
You need a valid passport with at least 6 months validity remaining to enter Cuba. Most countries also require a visa to enter Cuba. Visas for Cuba are required by all nationals referred to in the chart below.
The required tourist visa, known as a tourist card, allows the holder to stay in the Cuba for 90 days and is valid for a single entry. You must provide proof of confirmed return flight and booked accommodation. This tourist card can be renewed for a further 90 days in Cuba.
Nationals not referred to in the chart are advised to contact the Cuban Embassy to check visa requirements.
The tourist card is valid for one entry of 90 days and can be extended in Cuba for a further 90 days.
How to Obtain a Visa
CUBAN CONSULATE (OR CONSULAR SECTION AT EMBASSY):
in person or by post. You can obtain application forms for tourist visa cards from the Consulate/ Embassy. They then need to be submitted by post. Allow up to four weeks for visa processing.
FROM CUBANIA TRAVEL:
So long as you are a UK or European Passport holder resident in the UK, you can buy one from our online SHOP and your tourist card will be sent to an address in the UK. Please allow at least 2 weeks before your departure date.
The cost of a Tourist Card is £25 (includes postage within the UK)
All visitors to Cuba are required to prove they have travel insurance covering medical expenses from approved foreign companies during their period of stay, or they will have to buy it from Cuban vendors on arrival in the country. US travel insurance policies are not accepted.
D’VIAJEROS TRAVEL FORM
Filling D’Viajeros form is mandatory for each passenger before travelling to Cuba. The form must be completed and shown at the airport before and after travelling to the island and requires passengers to input data such as their passport information, travel plans, and customs declarations. Read our step-by-step guide to filling D’Viajeros form.
ENTRY WITH CHILDREN
Parents travelling with children may be required to show proof of parental rights or guardianship.
Visitors entering Cuba on a tourist visa are prohibited from undertaking business or journalism activities.
EMBASSIES AND TOURIST OFFICES
BRITISH EMBASSY IN CUBA
Telephone: (7) 214 2200.
Opening times: Mon-Fri 08:00-15:30.
EMBASSY OF CUBA IN THE UK
Telephone: (020) 7240 2488 / (020) 7379 9582.
Opening times: Mon-Fri 09:30-12:30.
CUBAN TOURIST BOARD IN THE UK
Telephone: (020) 7240 6655.
Opening times: Mon-Fri 09:00-17:00.