A Cuban visa, which is referred to as a "tourist card," is required for all visitors traveling to Cuba. The visa is a two-part card, where Cuban immigration officials will take one half upon arrival in country, and the other half upon departure. Once you are registered on one of our tours, we will be happy to handle all of your flight needs and work with you to book the best option, on your preferred airline, from your home airport to Cuba and back. When booking your flight with insightCuba, we will secure your airfare, Cuban visa, and required Cuban health insurance for entry into Cuba.
Citizens of several countries may be required to carry an A-1 visa to enter Cuba. This applies to individuals who hold passports from one of the following countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, India, Iraq, Iran, Kenya, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Syria, and Yemen.
If you are a reporter or journalist traveling with insightCuba for journalism purposes, please note you will need a special press visa to enter the island as a U.S. correspondent.
Cuban American Travelers
If you are a Cuban American born in Cuba, you may need a special visa. Please call insightCuba for more information.