All of us at insightCuba hope that you and your families are safe and well.
Like many of you, we continue to put off our dreams of traveling, a little longer. As of May 21, 2020, Cuban airports remain closed to international arrivals through June 30, 2020. To keep everyone safe and to ensure safe passage for all of our guests, we've suspended tours through July 31. We are looking forward to resuming operations August 1, once all safety and wellness protocols have been established.
We've been in constant contact with our partners and friends in Cuba. Like us, they too are sheltering at home with their loved ones, their livelihoods temporarily on hold. We’ve shared the many good wishes of our past and future travelers, and true to the Cuban spirit, and despite many hardships there, they are sincerely concerned with their friends in the U.S. and wish to convey their thoughts of wellbeing and safety, with you.
Cuba, has implemented many of the same precautionary measures implemented around the world to minimize the spread of COVID-19 including social distancing, restricting travel to the island until further notice, and closing schools. Additionally, Cuba has deployed its national health services to local communities around the country with reports of medical volunteers going door to door to check temperatures and provide guidelines for residents to stay healthy. By all accounts, they have minimized the impact of COVID-19 on the population.
And now we wait for the day when we can return to visiting our friends and families, and to exploring the world once more.
At the end of the day, I believe this crisis will bring us together and make us stronger as a global community. Because we're all in this together.
Stay safe and healthy,
For the health, safety and safe passage of our guests, insightCuba has suspended tours through July 31, 2020.
All tours scheduled to depart August 1, 2020 onward are currently operating as scheduled.
If you're interested in reservation your space on a tour later in 2020 or through 2021, please visit ourCuba tours page for a large selection of tours and departure dates. If you are interesting in creating your own personalized tour for two or more people, please REQUEST A PROPOSAL or call us at 800-450-2822.
Please know that your health and well-being are our highest priority. Should circumstances change, and you are registered on one of our tours, we will notify you as soon as possible with any updates.
If you haven’t already, we recommend that guests purchase travel insurance. InsightCuba has selected Allianz Global Assistance as our preferred travel insurance partner to provide you with the option of purchasing a plan that can include protection for trip cancellation, interruption, travel delay, baggage and more. Every year over 35 million people trust Allianz Global Assistance to protect their travel, events, tuition and more. Multilingual support is available 24/7 to help you select the plan that best suits your needs. Terms, conditions, and exclusions apply. If you’re not completely satisfied, you have at least 10 days, depending on your state of residence to request a refund, provided you haven’t started your trip or initiated a claim. Premiums are non-refundable after this period.
For a quote, click here or call 866-884-3556 to speak with an Allianz Global Assistance representative. Be sure to reference ACCAM # F209844 for a quote.
The single most effective thing you can do to prevent the spread of disease is to wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, then dry thoroughly with a clean towel, paper towel or hand dryer. You may also clean your hands with alcohol-based hand rubs or sanitizers.
Bring hand sanitzer with you to Cuba. It's not a commonly found item.
Maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from others.
Avoid touching your hands to your eyes, nose, and mouth.
When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose, either with a tissue or your elbow. Discard the tissue immediately, and then wash your hands with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand rub.
Health authorities are not recommending that the general public should wear facemasks. According to WHO and other medical experts, there is little evidence that using masks protects healthy persons from contracting viruses. However, if you do exhibit any symptoms, you should wear a facemask to help limit transmission to others. We recommend you bring some masks with you, as they may not be available in destination. If you do wear a face mask, ensure it covers your nose and mouth. Single-use masks should be discarded after use in a closed trash bin and wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after you handle the mask.
If you experience symptoms such as coughing, fever or difficulty breathing, contact your doctor or medical facility immediately and share your recent travel information so they may determine if you should be tested for COVID 19.