We do not pay medical bills. Be aware that U. Medicare/Medicaid does not apply overseas. Hospitals and doctors in Cuba do not accept U. health insurance. Most hospitals require payment up front before services are rendered. Medical Insurance: Ensure your airline ticket includes health insurance. Cuba requires all U. airlines departing the United States to pay for health insurance for each passenger. The health insurance from airlines is valid for 30 days upon your arrival in Cuba. If you are planning to stay in Cuba for more than 30 days, you will need to extend your coverage before you can extend your visa. It is important to keep a record of your arrival into Cuba, such as your airline ticket, so that the Asistur agency can coordinate with the hospital on payment MEDEVAC flights from Cuba are difficult to arrange, with costs starting at $15, 000 U.
For more information see the Department of State’s Cuba Restricted List. Additionally, lodging, paying for lodging, or making reservations on behalf of others to lodge, at certain accommodations in Cuba are prohibited; for a full list of such accommodations, see the Cuba Prohibited Accommodations List. For more information about licenses, visit OFAC’s Cuba Sanctions website. For more information about licenses, visit OFAC’s Cuba Sanctions website. Licenses for Remittances: In June 2022, OFAC published updated Cuba-related regulations.
For emergency services in Cuba, dial: 104 for an ambulance or contact the nearest hospital directly 105 for fire 106 for police Ambulance services are not present throughout the country or are unreliable in most areas not equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment not staffed with trained paramedics and often have little or no medical equipment Injured or seriously ill travelers may prefer to take a taxi or private vehicle to the nearest major hospital rather than wait for an ambulance.
The U. Coast Guard provides permission information at (305) 415-6920. The security environment in Cuba is relatively stable and characterized by a strong military and police presence. Demonstrations are infrequent but can draw violent responses from government forces. Even demonstrations intended to be peaceful can turn confrontational without warning. Avoid demonstrations and maintain security awareness at all times. Demonstration Alerts are posted on the Embassy’s website. Review the Cuba Travel Advisory.
Locations such as Habana Vieja, Playas del Este, Varadero, and other attractions tend to have a higher incidence of property crime than other parts of Cuba. Be wary of misdirection schemes where someone attempts to gain your attention while another comes from behind to steal your purse, wallet, or other valuable items. If confronted by criminals, do not resist, try to remain calm, clearly display your hands and do not make any sudden moves that could be interpreted as resistance. Carry a cell phone with Cuban cellular service for emergency communications and travel in groups if possible. Be aware of your surroundings, especially at night or when traveling in an unfamiliar area.
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For examples, see our website on crimes against minors abroad and the Department of Justice website. Arrest Notification: If you are arrested or detained, ask police or prison officials to notify the U. Embassy immediately. See our webpage for further information. Cuban penalties for the following are particularly severe: Possession, use, or trafficking of illegal drugs.
dollars. Visit the U. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more information on type of insurance you should consider before you travel overseas. We strongly recommend supplemental insurance to cover medical evacuation. Ensure you have all medicine you require for your time in Cuba. Medicine (prescription and over the counter) is not readily available in Cuba. Always carry your prescription medication in original packaging, along with your doctor’s prescription. Check with the General Customs Office of Cuba to ensure the medication is legal in Cuba. Note: This site is in Spanish only.
Victims of Crime: We strongly urge U. citizen victims of sexual assault to contact the U. Embassy for assistance. Report crimes to the local police by dialing 106 and contact the U. Embassy at +53 7839-4100. Remember that local authorities are responsible for investigating and prosecuting crimes. See our webpage on help for U. victims of crime overseas. We can: help you find medical care assist you in reporting a crime to the police contact relatives or friends with your written consent provide general information regarding the victim’s role during the local investigation and following its conclusion provide a list of local attorneys provide information on victim’s compensation programs in the U.
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Diarrheal illness is common among travelers, even in luxury accommodations. Travelers should wash their hands, drink bottled water, and avoid street and undercooked food. The following diseases are prevalent: Dengue Fever Hepatitis-A Traveler’s diarrhea Chikungunya Typhoid Rabies Zika Virus Covid-19 Visit the U. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for more information about Resources for Travelers regarding specific medical issues in Cuba. Vaccinations: Be up to date on all vaccinations recommended by the U. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Further health information: World Health Organization U.
What May Be Brought Back From Cuba: Importation of Cuban merchandise for commercial purposes is restricted, with very limited exceptions. Certain imports of goods produced by independent Cuban entrepreneurs are authorized, as set forth on the Department of State’s Section 515. 582 List (see 31 C. R 515. 582). There are no limits on the import or export of informational materials. For more information related to imports, including merchandise entering the United States for personal use as accompanied baggage, please see the CBP Public Notice. Cuban law requires foreigners to obtain authorization to remove souvenir paintings and sculptures out of Cuba.
The Cuban government has detained U. citizens suspected of engaging in activities perceived to undermine state security. The Cuban government may detain individuals for activities that would not be considered criminal or offensive in the United States. Crime: With the recent influx of travelers, there has been an increase in the number of property crimes. Crimes of opportunity, such as pick pocketing, purse snatchings, and car break-ins, are on the rise. Exercise vigilance everywhere. Do not display large amounts of cash. Do not leave your valuables unattended. Carry money in your front pockets, hold your purse and cellular phone securely and be mindful of purses or bags when dining out. Do not leave a beverage unattended or accept beverages from persons unknown to you.
Entering Cuban territory, territorial waters, or airspace without prior authorization from the Cuban government may result in arrest. Immigration violators are subject to prison terms ranging from four to thirty years. Temporary Sojourn License: Most aircraft and maritime vessels on temporary sojourn to Cuba are no longer eligible for an Aircraft, Vessels, and Spacecraft (AVS) License Exception. See 15 C. § 740. 15. If you are planning to enter Cuba with a U.
While in your car, place valuables out of sight or in a locked trunk. When unattended, avoid leaving items in the car, especially on the seat or in plain view. Only use marked taxis. Carry a copy of your passport and secure the original. Beware of scam artists, who may speak English and appear friendly. When exchanging currency, use the state-run offices known as CADECAs or official banks. International Financial Scams: See the Department of State and the FBI pages for information.
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Women Travelers: See our travel tips for Women Travelers. Currency Restrictions: Be advised that policies concerning the use and convertibility of U. dollars in Cuba are subject to change. Obtaining U. dollar cash is nearly impossible through official channels. The Cuban Central Bank prohibits certain U. dollar cash transactions, including conversion of U. dollars to Cuban pesos, the use of U. dollars for cash payments, including in government-run establishments such as hotels and restaurants, and the purchase of pre-paid debit cards.. -issued credit and debit cards do not work in Cuba. Travelers should bring sufficient cash for the duration of their trip, and consider bringing multiple currencies, such as Euros.
Suspicion of assisting Cubans to leave the country illegally. Drivers involved in accidents that result in injury or death, regardless of fault. Importing weapons or ammunition. Photographing military or police installations or personnel, or harbor, rail, or airport facilities. Crimes against minors. The Government of Cuba does not recognize the U. citizens who maintain residency in Cuba and may not allow U. consular access to Cuban-American prisoners. Telecommunications: Many U.
citizens located anywhere, and anyone located in the United States regardless of citizenship and nationality), is regulated by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the U. Department of the Treasury. All travelers falling under U. jurisdiction must comply with these regulations. Individuals seeking to travel to Cuba are not required to obtain licenses from OFAC if their travel is covered under the 12 travel categories authorized by a general OFAC license.
585(c) and (d). Storm Season: Tropical storms and hurricanes between May and November can produce heavy winds and rain. See our hurricane season page for more information. Faith-Based Travelers: See the following webpages for details: Faith-Based Travel Information International Religious Freedom Report – see country reports Human Rights Report – see country reports Best Practices for Volunteering Abroad LGBTI Travelers: There are no legal restrictions on same-sex sexual relations or the organization of LGBTI events in Cuba, and on September 26, 2022 Cubans passed the referendum legalizing same sex marriage.
If travel is not covered by a general license, you must seek OFAC authorization in the form of a specific license. Travelers who fail to comply with regulations may face penalties and criminal prosecution. For travel-specific questions, please see 31 C. F. R. 515. 560 and OFAC’s Frequently Asked Questions. Visit the Embassy of Cuba website for the most current visa information. Cuba requires visitors to have non-U.
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See our LGBTI Travel Information page and section 6 of our Human Rights report for further details. Travelers Who Require Accessibility Assistance. Individuals with mobility issues are likely to find accessibility difficult. Few facilities or services are available, and information is limited. Most roads and sidewalks are poorly maintained. Students: See our Students Abroad page and FBI travel tips.
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