See below for some tips on how to prepare and move around in Cuba.
Each visitor needs to make sure with its respective government if an additional visa is required for travels to Cuba.
See Money section for more information about currencies and exchange.
There are two kinds of currencies on the island; CUC and CUP. CUC is the currency used for visitors, while CUP is the local currency worth much less, but used by the locals. As a visitor you can not use this currency.
Yes, you can now use credit cards and exchange your US Dollars in Cuba. But, don't take it for granted, as the infrastructure and routines are not all there yet. Exhanging money in Havana is easier than exchanging money in the outskirts of Cuba. We do recommend sorting this out first thing when arriving at the airport, or at once when arriving at your hotel.
Casa particular is a private Cuban home where you stay with the local families, like a typical Bed&Breakfast, but Cuban style. This is a highly recommended choice for budget travelers and adventurers looking to expand their cultural horizon.
For those looking for relaxation and indulgent, choose a hotel. Ask us for tips to find the right one.
Cuba carries a reputation of hosting some of the most stunning and breathtaking beaches in the world. The island is located where the Caribbean Sea, The Mexican Gulf and The Atlantic Ocean meets and provides different beach features depending on where you travel on the island. The famous "keys", such as Cayo Largo, Cayo Guillermo etc invites to island holidays on the island! The keys are small islands right outside the mainland.
Contact us for a customization of your trip and determination of your needs. We help set you up.