Cuba is an enigmatic, ferociously beautiful country just 90 miles from US shores. Despite the island’s proximity to the U.S., politics have prevented U.S. citizens from traveling to Cuba with the same ease with which they travel to all other countries in the Caribbean. But it is precisely this isolation that makes Cuba so unique and alluring.
For almost 60 years travel to Cuba was strictly prohibited. The Obama administration loosened restrictions somewhat. The Trump administration again closed the door and now, the Biden administration has again eased travel restrictions. With these constant changes, it is difficult to know how, and even if, U.S. citizens can visit Cuba.
Despite these confusing regulations, travel to Cuba for US citizens is quite easy. Those that visit will be rewarded with glorious colonial architecture, astounding natural beauty, 9 UNESCO World Heritage sites and some of the most welcoming and warm people you’ll ever meet.
Join Us to Learn
- What documents are necessary for U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba
- What are the 12 categories under which U.S. citizens can travel to Cuba.
- The best places to stay and eat in Cuba that comply with US regulations
- Where NOT to go in Cuba. The U.S. list of entities prohibited to U.S. citizens.
- How best to interact with the Cuban people to get the best possible understanding of Cuban culture
About Our Speaker
Talek Nantes ( @Talek ) is an Amazon best-selling author and the founder of the travel blog, www.travelswithtalek.com, where she shares travel tips, advice and inspiration to help travelers create their own unique travel experiences. She also runs tours to Cuba where her family is from, and other destinations. Talek has travelled to over 110 countries and believes that when it comes to travel, it’s all about the experience.